The HIHP is the performance longboard that Harley Ingleby rode when he won his second ASP World Longboard Title in 2014, which is an upgrade from the board on which he won the 2009 world title.
The HIHP shaped by Billy Tolhurst is a true high-performance longboard with continual curve rocker that enables direction adjustments form anywhere on the board. The HIHP is designed flat under the nose for superior planing tight in the curl. A slightly convex bottom through the middle helps keep the rails nice and free for quick rail-to-rail transitions. A spiral V with double concaves and a flat tail area behind the fins allows powerful turning in all surf sizes. Normally rode as a thruster, the addition of a quad fin box set-up improves handling in big surf where longer turns at speed are preferred.