STONE _ASYMMETRIC WAVE

Designed in collaboration with Jaeger Stone and Stone Surf, the “Stone” is the outcome of a design objective aimed at building Jaeger’s favourite board from a user friendly approach.

The Stone features a finer and longer rail on the bottom turn side to cut through chop and allow deeper grip at top speed. The top turn rail is shortened by removing the swallow, creating an ‘S’ tail which assists a ‘snappier’ top turn allowing for the tail to sink easier.

In Jaeger’s own words;
“In comparison to the boards I have traditionally used, the turns are unique. It performs the way I expect it to perform, but it also gives me more options and opportunities. It has given me the ability to push even harder off the bottom turn, meaning my approach to the top turn can become more vertical and square-on. It has given me complete confidence to jam it off the bottom in places like Margaret River, because I know it will hold, and shorten my bottom turns in onshore conditions like Geraldton because it maintains speed and flow.

The top turn is fast. It’s important to me that I have a board that holds a turn, releases, and re-engages exactly when I want it to. This new asymmetrical is so fast and lively straight off the top. It feels like everything I’ve loved in my previous boards, but the angles coming in and out of the turns are more aggressive. It is a progression for my style of riding.

It is designed so no matter what level your wave sailing is at, you can progress. I don’t see this board holding me back.”

STONE _ASYMMETRIC WAVE

Designed in collaboration with Jaeger Stone and Stone Surf, the “Stone” is the outcome of a design objective aimed at building Jaeger’s favourite board from a user friendly approach.

The Stone features a finer and longer rail on the bottom turn side to cut through chop and allow deeper grip at top speed. The top turn rail is shortened by removing the swallow, creating an ‘S’ tail which assists a ‘snappier’ top turn allowing for the tail to sink easier.

In Jaeger’s own words;
“In comparison to the boards I have traditionally used, the turns are unique. It performs the way I expect it to perform, but it also gives me more options and opportunities. It has given me the ability to push even harder off the bottom turn, meaning my approach to the top turn can become more vertical and square-on. It has given me complete confidence to jam it off the bottom in places like Margaret River, because I know it will hold, and shorten my bottom turns in onshore conditions like Geraldton because it maintains speed and flow.

The top turn is fast. It’s important to me that I have a board that holds a turn, releases, and re-engages exactly when I want it to. This new asymmetrical is so fast and lively straight off the top. It feels like everything I’ve loved in my previous boards, but the angles coming in and out of the turns are more aggressive. It is a progression for my style of riding.

It is designed so no matter what level your wave sailing is at, you can progress. I don’t see this board holding me back.”

SPECS

SIZELENGTH (ALONG STRINGER)WIDTHWEIGHT (KG) (+/- 5%)SAIL RANGEFIN BOXFIN (SUPPLIED)RIDER WEIGHT RANGE 
7221954.5TBC2.0- 4.7SLOT BOX+W1-SERIES 2 x 120 // 2 x 170 - G10 BLACK40kg- 65kg. main board60kg- 75kg. small board
7822056.5TBC3.0 - 5.0SLOT BOX+W1-SERIES 2 x 120 // 1 x 180 - G10 BLACK50-kg-70kg main board65kg-80kg small board
8422158TBC3.3 – 5.2SLOT BOX+W1-SERIES 2 x 120 // 1 x 180 - G10 BLACK65kg-80kg main board70kg-85kg small board
9222260TBC4.4 – 5.9SLOT BOX+W1-SERIES 2 x 120// 1 x 190 - G10 BLACK75kg-95kg main board75kg-90kg small board
10222462TBC5.0 - 6.7SLOT BOX+W1-SERIES 2 x 120// 1 x 200 - G10 BLACK85kg-105kg main board80kg-95kg small board

Weight tolerance; (+/- 5%)

It feels like everything I’ve loved
in my previous boards, but the angles
coming in and out of the turns are
more aggressive. It is a progression
for my style of riding.

It feels like everything I’ve loved
in my previous boards, but the angles
coming in and out of the turns are
more aggressive. It is a progression
for my style of riding.

STONE RIDERS 

🇦🇺  JAEGER STONE

/ LEAD TESTER & RIDER
/ SAIL NR; KA-120
/ HOME SPOT; GERALDTON, W.A
/ FAVOURITE STONE SIZE; 78

This board performs the way I expect it to perform, but it gives me more options and variety. It has given me the ability to push even harder off the bottom, meaning my approach to the top turn can become closer to vertical. It feels like everything I’ve loved in my previous boards, but the angles coming in and out of the turns are more aggressive. It is a progression for my style of riding.

FAQ

Is the Stone Asymmetric?

Yes, the Stone features a finer and longer rail on the bottom turn side to cut through chop and allow deeper grip at top speed. The top turn rail is shortened by removing the swallow, creating an ‘S’ tail which assists a ‘snappier’ top turn allowing for the tail to sink easier.

Does the Stone only work on one tack?

Although tuned for optimal riding on one tack, the Stone also work well on the opposite tack.

Is the Stone only available for port tack condition?

No, the Stone can be ordered for both starboard and port tack conditions. The two sides are defined as such;
wind from the left – left ride,
wind from the right – right ride.

Does the Stone come as thruster or quad?

The stone is delivered as a thruster, but can also easily be ridden as a quad.