If your mind is open then these asymmetrics won't look too weird. Born from a desire to maximise drive down the line (with a longer inside rail) and turn tightly (shorter outside rail) in the cutback/off the top, it seemed logical to combine the two concepts. I've always been interested in the different leverage the toe places on the board, compared to the heal pressure, and curious as to how that translated in design. I think these boards are more wave specific rather than just for goofy's or natural footers, therefore I have some set up to ride left and some to ride right. I like them both and they seem to work well in both scenarios. With no regard for the rules, fin placement is where I feel they should go. They may look a little weird at first but after you've ridden them for a while, they just feel normal.
These actual boards unfortunately are no longer available for sale here as they are past of my personal quiver but you are able toCUSTOM ORDER from this site. Typically it takes 2-4 weeks for a custom. The base price for this board is $900 and it includes a quality Burford blank, Silmar resin with 3 layers of Surf 9 fiberglass cloth, sprayed white and a four fin set, no fins.