This photo shows the Angulo bottom at the paddle stance position. Dead flat across with double concave.
This shows the JL at the paddling stance position. Huge amount of vee. Explains a lot.
Angulo tail rocker.Jimmy Lewis tail rocker. Less than Angulo.
Angulo flat near the paddle position. A speed spot as Joe Blair likes to call it.
Jimmy with a little more rocker through the middle.
Looking at the photos, the difference in how the boards ride, pretty much matches how they look. The Jimmy is more loose, but very unstable by comparison. They both catch waves easy. The Angulo handles longer paddle strokes better, so getting up to speed can be easier. The Angulo feels a little slower on the wave face, but that judgement may be premature since surf was so bad today.
One cool thing about the Angulo for me was I could finally spin the board on its tail, tight and quick and catch waves. With the JL I would fall half the time.