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ALBUM Insanity 5.10ft - 31.5 liters


As the one and only performance-style shortboard Mr. Kerr needs, the Insanity is the most versatile, modern board in our line. It?s his small wave destroyer ridden as a twin + trailer and his good-wave tube-shooter when he runs it as a quad. Ride it 1-2 liters more than your shortboard and an inch or two shorter. Go with a swallow tail for your daily driver or a round pin for a step-up. The magic is in the low-entry rocker, hidden foam under your chest, and retro beak nose, combined with modern rails, bottom contour and exit rocker.

Insanity 5`10
Swallow Tail
denim blue

5'10" x 19.38" x 2.44" - 31.5 liters

Since launching in the early 2000s, Southern California?s Album Surfboards has cultivated worldwide intrigue, adapting an emphasis on elegant, minimal aesthetics to a range of distinctive, functional shapes built for a variety of waves. Album?s newest model?a sleek, sable swallow-tail hybrid shortboard, developed under the feet of team rider, Josh Kerr?is yet another example of the board brand?s ability to deploy subtlety to create something radical. 

With minor adjustments to Kerrzy?s go-to step-up?mellowed entry rocker, an elongated flat panel, and added width?the Insanity has diverse appeal, as it?s meant to generate speed in small, gutless surf, yet it remains curvy enough to maneuver when things go more cylindrical. 

Here, Album?s Matt Parker walks us through the intricate simplicity of what he says is an ideal shape for the one board quiver.




Album surf

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“The surfboard is a constant blending of curves and how they interact with the water. Making those curves feel comfortable, like an extension of your feet and your mind, is so interesting ... There shouldn’t be any rules about what a surfboard looks like.” - Matt Parker

Water never moves linearly.
Every Album surfboard is shaped with this fact in mind, resulting in endless variations. From our standard board models to our customs, each board will respond differently to its setting, its surfer, and the conditions of the day. Whether you’re paddling out for the first time or routinely chasing swell, we’ll help you create the quiver that lets you look at waves differently.

Meet the Founder & Shaper
Matt Parker began shaping boards the way most surfboard shapers do: out of a Southern California garage, back in 2001. Having built an appreciation for pattern, shape and color through a background in fine art and graphic design, he began to apply this visual language to foam and resin, treating each board as a blank canvas. His various board models’ functionality is a result of constant trial and error, ongoing collaborations with some of the best surfers around the world, and a simple love for being in the water.

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