The rail lines on the Shred Sled are more parallel than usual, which means we can get more volume in a shorter length.
Take a look at Creed McTaggart shredding his Shred Sled with ease:
There is a little wing in the tail, to make the board easier to control.
Lots of nose rocker and a decent amount of tail rocker make the Shred Sled pretty maneuverable. It’s actually a very loose feeling board.
The Shred Sled can be really fun in 4-7 foot waves, but of course it can handle a wider range than that.