The most small wave minded of the quad fish is my traditional quad fish. An outline similar to that of your average traditional fish with a little more curve thrown in the tail and modern bottom contours; this board flies down the line when most others can't even get into waves. It's equipped with plenty of foam placed right under your chest, a flatter deck and a fuller rounded down-rail. Works well in point waves, reef breaks, or small beach breaks. Good in ankle high to overhead conditions as the overall flatter entry rocker and fuller foil make it a wave catching machine. The quad setup breaks the keels surface area down into two fins instead of one on each rail making it much more maneuverable and snappy, thus allowing quicker direction changes.