FutureFlex Construction: A revolutionary design provides the board with monumental amounts of speed
Template: The outline resembles an old school twin fin with slight tweaks throughout pulling into a pin tail
Nose: The Hypto Krypto has a wide nose that gives the board insane speed and great paddle ability
Tail: The rounded pin is great for down the line speed as well as hold in bigger waves its also great to draw tighter arc
Concave: The concave runs from a rolled vee in the entry to a slight single, blending into a vee double out the tail
Rocker: The rocker is flat throughout, although holds a little extra lift in the entry, which helps when taking off late
With its radical template and innovative FutureFlex construction, the Hypto Krypto has quickly become one of the most popular boards ever shaped. The versatile design has proved popular with the HS riders with the likes of Craig Anderson riding the board from waist high, gutless rubbish to cranking Kandui with monumental success, proving this shape to be a true one board quiver.
With a load of foam distributed through the chest the Krypto paddles like a dream board, whilst the yanked pintail allows for tight, critical manoeuvres in the pocket. The flat rocker through the majority of the board combined with a straighter outline, means the Hypto has the ability to provide you with unimaginable speed. With slightly more rocker to the nose, dropping into bigger waves will not be an issue.
The concave starts with a rolled vee through the entry, running into a single and then double through the tail, once again providing the rider with ridiculous amounts of speed. If purchased, prepare to surf like never before with speed you have only ever dreamt of.
Designed by Hayden Shapes founder Hayden Cox, Future Flex is a revolutionary construction that combines a stringer-less, custom shaped EPS core with biaxial fibreglass, epoxy resin and a parabolic carbon fibre frame. The outcome is a construction that offers speed like no other by storing and then releasing energy at the board transitions through various turns and manoeuvres.