Keeping with the popular traits in previous versions of Quantum, it is super loose and effective in smaller surf, but now it also handles bigger waves, with faster down the line riding capacity and snappy rail to rail turns. It also handles choppier conditions more effectively due to the single-to-double concave which absorbs chops and drives the water towards the fins with a slight V in the tail. This hull shape configuration creates a stability and control even in the most demanding conditions. The wider and curvy outline allows Quantum to stay lively even when loaded with a larger sail. This very effective volume distribution also allows the rider to choose a slightly bigger board yet still have drive in turns and a tight turning radius.
If you’re looking for one board that does it all, Quantum is your weapon of choice.
Alternative fin setup // QUAD or TWIN*
|75||222||57||Tri 2 x M105 + BT170 / Twin BT150 / Quad M95 + BT140||5 x slot box||3.4-5.0||6.3 kg|
|80||223||58||Tri 2 x M105 + BT180 / Twin BT160 / Quad M95 + BT140||5 x slot box||4.0-5.3||6.4 kg|
|85||225||59||Tri 2 x M105 + BT180 / Twin BT160 / Quad M95 + BT150||5 x slotbox||4.0-5.6||6.5 kg|
|90||226||60||Tri 2 x M105 + BT190 / Twin BT160 / Quad M105 + BT150||5 x slot box||4.2-5.6||6.6 kg|
|95||227||61||Tri 2 x M105 + BT200 / Twin BT170 / Quad M105 + BT160||5 x slot box||4.2-5.9||6.7 kg|
|105||229||63||Tri 2 x M105 + BT210 / Twin BT170 / Quad M105 + BT160||5 x slot box||4.5-6.2||7.0 kg|
|115||230||66||Tri 2 x M105 + BT220 / Twin BT170 / Quad M105 + BT160||5 x slot box||4.5-6.2||7.4 kg|