Nice! Well this is new for me.
The board looks like its widest point is way at the back towards the tail (around the black circle). The nose (top 1/3 bit of the board) is definitely narrower than the rest of the body, and it looks like the volume is preserved towards the tail.
That's quite different from the ordinary parallel rail "log" and quite the opposite of a typical "noserider".
Why? What's the concept behind it?
I’m not questioning his craftsmanship, just questioning why such a shape. I don’t think I’ve seen a narrow-nose, wider-tail longboard before (or never really noticed one). So interesting!