Diablo Composites 192 Powder/Freeride board.
Waist width: 24.5 cm
Sidecut: Somewhere in the 12 - 13m range. Don't recall exactly what the Diablo crew told me.
This was a demo, the fit and finish are less than what you would expect from say, Prior, Donek, Coiler. Was demoed by 4 or 5 folks before I bought it, two springs ago. Can be ridden in hard boots or soft, I've done both, and preferred softies on it personally. I used it as my primary soft booting board for the first season.
Imagine a Tanker 192, make it quicker edge-to-edge (more torsionally stiff), bigger sidecut radius, and more durable.
The finish issues include a rather noticeable top sheet bubble towards the tail, shown below. One of the folks who demoed it before I did, use binding screws that were too long, there are dimples on the base because of this. They were there when I got the board, and remain the same now. Normal wear-and-tear base dings, and minor edge damage. A shop tune would be a good idea on this board. The base is not flat - think "2004/2005 Madd reissues". Despite all these issue, the board is very rideable and has not deteriorated during the time I've owned it. It's a beefy board, very durable, despite not being all that heavy for its length. Should take punishment better than a Tanker does.
$225 + shipping / insurance from 97701. Due to the length, shipping might cost more than other boards, and I need to figure out how to pack it... local deals are preferred. Paypal is the preferred form of payment.