My first logo back in the late 80's was a G (for Geoff) that was kind of like a wave, with the mirror image of it flipped so that it was like an oval Yin Yang. It looked like a "69", which was pretty edgy back then, and that's what people called the boards. This model is a version of what we were riding back then. It's basically a short, wide, fat, flat bottom with a hint of vee out the back of the tail to accommodate the extra width in the block. The 69 is your full-volume, high performance alternative. It is very fast, smooth, and easy to ride. Order it a couple inches shorter than your regular board and a little wider, or whatever size you like. Foam is your friend. You'll be ripping.