" 'Pig' is a misnomer for this board. Yes--it is rotund at its wide point and looks like an awkward, slow, lazy piece of equipment, but do not let its looks (or name, for that matter) deceive you. The pig is an extraordinarily versatile board. Not only is it a stable noserider, but it can also turn on a dime. With so much weight back in the tail near the glassed-on wood d-fin, combined with the narrow nose, you can pull 180 degree turns on a pig--no joke. The pig is the way and the light. Word. "