Revisiting a classic
- The Keeper 2.0
Thomas Bexon has been revisiting and making slight tweaks to one of our classics, The Keeper, and we’re chuffed with the results!
After multiple design variations, he settled on a slightly fuller rail, wider nose concave (blended closer to the rail), and a tail that's a fraction wider. All of the changes are subtle and effective, with the main difference being that the Keeper 2.0 works better than its predecessor in sub-par conditions.
It’s been a great year of testing - everyone loves a new board - and feedback has been so resoundingly positive that the Keeper 2.0 is the new fav board at the factory. Some of the team comment on its stability while noseriding, others on its trim speed, and others on how smooth it is through turns. All in all, it’s a great all-round Australian longboard, and like all of our boards, it's made in Noosa Heads.
Good news for the point lovers too, the 2.0's haven't lost anything with respect to performance when the surf’s pumping, as evidenced by Harrison Roach’s IG account over the last year.
Feel free to reach out directly to Thomas with any queries via our contact page, and remember, simplicity carried to an extreme becomes excellence.Oct 24