Tigé's RZ2 puts even more function behind its form. Many pickles ship water with a load of passengers forward, especially when turning to pick up a downed rider. The RZ2, on the other hand, remains mostly dry. Chalk it up to a rising sheer and high bow freeboard, as well as Tigé's convex-V hull, which shifts the center of gravity slightly aft. That bow also gradually flares and transitions to a conventional-V hull entry, avoiding the hard reverse chines typical of a picklefork. This also keeps things drier and helps the RZ2 avoid handling quirks such as chine lock, which critics often attribute to pickleforks.