The idea behind this asymmetrical twin fin surfboard was an above average wave fish. Very thin throughout with a feeling of closeness to the water that the asymmetrically curved bottom contour has created. Enjoyably promoting a follow through that is most notable during long arcing carves.
The thin tail and scooped out channels prevent the need for a deep swallow tail allowing you to stand further back on the board. Flat deck, beak, and thinly foiled down rails. Reminiscent of a classic fish, but with a tighter turning radius and more foiled profile. The Ulmo is not as forgiving as the Quickbeam, with much less foam, but it better fits in the consequential parts of a wave. The greatest reason I love the Ulmo so much is how the back foot feels connected to the water with little foam in between.
Trust the pace of this surfboard not letting you get too far ahead or behind on a wave taking a likening to unforced maneuvers.
Small to medium-sized waves
Ride this 2 - 9" shorter than your height
Myself (Ashton Pickle) on a 5' 3" x 20" x 2 3/16" Jimmy Surf on a 6' 0" x 18 5/8" x 2 1/4"