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THE PELAGIC


The Sub Blaster


F-1


F-1 Stub


The Blunt


The Dbl-Blunt


The Plank


Uber Plank


Scorch-it


The Rock Up


The Squashet


The Grocket


The Rocket


RNF 5


The Motivator


Mini-Gun


Gun


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THE PELAGIC 

 

 

After four years of tweaking and testing this most radical of fish designs we are proud to finally announce its release. Pelagic species are known as “The fastest, most stream lined and agile of all open ocean fish”. With a lifetime of snowboarding, I have always been intrigued with the concept of side cut outline as applied to surfboards. Side cuts in surfboard outlines are not new. The concept has been dabbled with for decades. In the spring of 2008, I saw an old “Bill Caster” surfboard (with a particularly interesting version of side cut) hanging on a wall at Heritage Surf shop, in New Jersey. It immediately caught my attn. I returned home and begin to play with curves and come up with my first prototype. In surfboards, everything is balance. Curvy rockers need to balance with straighter outlines and curvy outlines need flatter rockers. These principles became very apparent in the development of the Pelagic. Beginning with a fairly standard RNF template, we added a point at 12” from the tail and carved a reverse, side-cut, outline from there forward, into the wide point just above center. This effectively creates a reversed curve outline between the riders stance. To balance the negative outline curve, we have added a tremendous amount of rail rocker through the center of the board. The final component is a very low, straight and fast centerline rocker, which cuts a massively deep concave through the rail rocker.

-A low centerline rocker paddles, glides and drives down the line.

-A deep concave (a result of the extreme rail rocker) provides lift, incredible speed and planes easily at low speeds.

- A curvy rail rocker keeps it very loose and easy to turn.

- A wide tail, with angled “super” swallow, adds some bite and feels positive behind your rear foot in carves and cut backs.

All of this works together to give the Pelagic performance characteristics like a well tuned snowboard on groomed corduroy. The Pelagic loves to be surfed on the rail and initiates turns from the center of the board, like a pivot point straight down your center of stance. When putting this board on a rail, the generous rail rocker allows very tight radius arcs up the face, or off the top, while the side cut in the outline “locks” into the face, or lip, giving a precise, slicing… sensation. Carving in bowling sections and fin free lip turns feel more positive and possible than you would imagine on a “fish” type surfboard design. Primarily developed as a quad fin, but is equally effective as a thruster.

 

STUDIO SHOTS

 

Stock Dimensions
5'2" 18.5 2.18" 23.0L
5'3" 18.75" 2.25" 24.3L
5'4" 19.00" 2.25" 25.10L
5'5" 19.25" 2.32" 26.7L
5'6" 19.50" 2.32" 27.5L
5'7" 19.75 2.38" 29.1L
5'8 20.00" 2.38" 29.90L
5'9" 20.25" 2.44" 31.6L
5'10" 20.50" 2.50" 33.3L
5'11" 20.75" 2.50" 34.4L
6'0" 21.00" 2.56" 36.1L
6'2" 21.50" 2.63" 39.2L
6'4" 21.75" 2.75" 42.6L
6'6" 22.00" 2.88" 45.0L

 

$659.00

*5 fin set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120  <(What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185  (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Sub Blaster

 

The Sub Blaster a blast from the past. Spawning from the “Flashback”
model of 2010, it features the Flashbacks rocker, foil, volume and dimensions
smashed together with the Sub Scorchers hugely popular outline. The
1980’s influenced bottom, featuring low rocker, a slight vee throughout,
allows you to ride much more volume than you normally would (making
waves easy to catch and connecting slow sections a breeze) and still be able
to get the board on a rail. Even though its thick, the squash tail is a perfect
summer time toy and I also made a round pin version that opens the design
up to waves well overhead and even tubes. Comes standard as a 5 fin
convertible set up. Add 1 -2" in length and keep other dims the same for
Round Pins. For details, check out Lostsurfboards.net

 STUDIO SHOTS

 

$634.00

*5 fin set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120  (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185  (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


F-1

 

Inspired by the ultimate performance of F1 racing cars (which feature the perfect combination of speed and turning) and influenced by working with the best shapers and surfers in the world. This year’s version of the F1 is the result of ongoing refinement based on feedback from world class surfers searching for both carving arcs and tight radius turning. It features design elements from every high performance model we have ever made. Simply put, it’s our take on the modern, cutting edge, high performance short board. Great board for good waves, punchy beach breaks of any size and surfers who prefer, and know how to use, a low volume, sensitive, modern HP board. Also available in FST technology.

 STUDIO SHOTS

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Stock Dimensions
F1 (WHIPLASH features slightly less volume)
5’8 18.00 2.13 (22.0cl)
5’10 18.25 2.18 (23.6cl)
5’11 18.25 2.18 (24.0cl)
6’0 18.38 2.25 (25.3cl)
6’1 18.50 2.32 (26.6cl)
6’2 18.75 2.38 (28.0cl)
6’3 19.00 2.50 (30.2cl)
6’4 19.25 2.63 (32.5cl)
6’6 19.50 2.75 (35.4cl)
6’8 20.00 2.75 (37.4cl)

 

$609.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side) (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design) (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


F-1 Stub

 

All around competition short board. During 2009, as the F1 became a board of choice for many team riders, the low end limitations of the design were becoming apparent. Looking to make the F1 excel in smaller gutless surf, we widened and slightly lowered the rocker in the nose for forward glide (but kept the tail rocker the same). We increased rail volume and straightened the outline via a hip making the tail wider in front of the fins and at the tail block – adding drive, lift and tight radius pivot, but keeps same width at 12” for control. Coco Ho won back to back WQS events in Brazil on her magic F1 Stub this fall. Young Aussie Phenom, J.W., used an F1 Stub to make 3 WQS finals in a row and secure a late season push for 2011 WT qualification. Fine tuning and intensive RnD with top pros during 2010 has netted an F1 Stub that is a contest proven, quintessential, modern, everyday performance surfboard.
 

STUDIO SHOTS 

VIDEOS

 

Stock Dimensions
5’8 18.13 2.13 (22.4cl)
5’10 18.38 2.18 (24.0cl)
5’11 18.50 2.25 (25.33cl)
6’0 18.63 2.32 (26.7cl)
6’1 18.75 2.32 (27.9cl)
6’2 19.00 2.38 (28.8cl)
6’3 19.25 2.50 (31.0cl)
6’4 19.50 2.63 (33.4cl)
6’6 19.75 2.75 (26.4cl)

 

$609.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Blunt

 

My personal favorite. While surfing the mushy point and beach breaks of San Clemente, I am always looking for a board that paddles easily, glides across flats, and carves mush, yet still allows vertical turning and snaps in the pocket. Influenced by the jumbo wide tails of 80’s Laser Zap, this board was designed around a modern thickness flow, rails, and bottom curves, but with an extra wide round tail to stay on top of the water. The outline up front is wide and curvy as well. The round tail encourages flowing turns and rolls tight in the pocket. The rocker is low throughout, but with an aggressive acceleration in the tail. The rail rocker “hangs” lower than the center line in the rear half, creating a radically deep concave and curvey rail line through the fins. This makes for extreme lift, and fast tight arc‘d turns out of the tail. The bottom rail is tucked all the way through the fins, so you can get it up on a rail and not slide out too easily. Riding this board is the most fun I have ever had in typical waist to chest high Trestles surf. I couldn’t recommend it more.
 

STUDIO SHOTS
 VIDEOS

 

Stock Dimensions
5’4 19.50 2.18 (25.7cl)
5’6 19.75 2.25 (27.2cl)
5’8 20.00 2.25 (28.5cl)
5’10 20.25 2.38 (31.5cl)
6’0 20.50 2.50 (34.4cl)
6’2 21 2.63 (38.1cl)
6’4 21.50 2.75 (42.0cl)

 

$649.00

*5 fin set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Dbl-Blunt

 

For many of us, the Blunt has been an all time favorite in waist to head high surf. I end up taking mine on work trips to places like Costa Rica and Europe, etc and I know I can feel comfortable in most small surf situations. Often times I end up being in surf that’s just one step (or maybe 2 steps) above what the Blunt excels in, and I wish I had something with a bit more hold and control… without sacrificing the freedom, speed and looseness. Introducing the DBL-BLUNT. Meant to be ridden 1-2” longer than a Blunt. Everything (outline, foil, rocker, etc) the same, except a touch more nose rocker in the front 12” and double bumps added to create significantly less tail area behind the fins. I can still generate speed injunk, but lay down far more critical and precise turns, when going full speed, as well as hold in off the top and bottom on waves up to 3-4’ overhead. Not as gunny or foiled out as The Rock-Up, but more of a one board quiver for a conservative, hybrid loving, surfer who needs something for 3’-8’ surf.

 

$659.00

*5 fin set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Plank

 

When it’s really small and mushy you can forget the long board. Originally inspired after trying a friend’s “Mini Simmons” twin keel, retro board in knee high lumps. The board was fast and fun, but I couldn’t really lay into it. Motivated to do better, I hand shaped a “Green Foam” recycled fish blank and attacked the 6’0″ blank like a high school sculpture project…. keeping in mind the unique glide of that “Simmons”. The blank was pretty thin, so I left the deck flat. It’s really wide, so no concave. Looking for ridiculous glide, but demanding aggressive turning, I left it really straight rockered, but did a little flip out the back. I made it a strong bump, diamond tail. In place of the twin keels, wanting a more reliable feeling, I chose to make it a quad, and used a Future Fins solid glass fin we have been playing with as the template. That first “Plank” was about 6’0″ x 22″ x 2.5” full, and was the easiest board I have ever ridden in waves I would normally only bother with on a long board. The “Plank” catches anything and does full rail roundhouse cutbacks on 10″ high lumps of water. If you like the way it looks, and want a truly unique and extreme small wave tool to keep you off that log, then think about custom ordering one of these. I guarantee you won’t be let down.

 VIDEOS

 

Stock Dimensions
5’4 19.50 2.13 (26.0cl)
5’6 20.00 2.25 (29.2cl)
5’8 20.50 2.38 (32.7cl)
510 21.00 2.50 (36.38cl)
6’0 22.00 2.63 41.4cl)
6’2 22.50 2.66 (44.2cl)
6’4 22.75 2.75 (47.7cl)

 

$669.00

*Quad fin set up With Lost Future Controllers by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to 5 fin +$15
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


Uber Plank

 

Refined, more high performance version of “The Plank”. Never one to leave well enough alone and influenced by the feeling of burying a snowboard rail 90 degrees into soft powder, I went to work fine tuning The Plank into a small wave, on rail, carving Machine.

Same rocker and foil, but with updates in bottom curves and outline to increase performance. Wing “Squallow” (swallow set into a squash) tail adds bite and increases precision. Nose tip is pulled to reduce un-needed volume, swing weight and quicken up turns. Bottom now features single concave set into a rolled Vee through middle, increasing lift at low speedswhile still being easy to roll onto a rail for hard carves in the smallest of waves.

STUDIO SHOTS 

 VIDEOS

$669.00

*Quad fin set up With Lost Future Controllers by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to 5 fin +$15
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


Scorch-it

 

What if we take Sub-Scorcher’s front half (rocker, outline and foil) with the Rockets back half (but with a more conservative rocker) and then ran a deep single channel out the tail? …You get The “Scorch-It”. Although they have faded in popularity, channel bottoms add bite, create drive through turns and bring explosive, exhilarating and powerful qualities to surfing. With all the creativity in surfboards these days, it seemed right to combine the locked in, powerful, driving sensation of classic tail channels with post modern hybrid designs of today.

The “Scorch-It” has a moderate tail rocker for glide, but the deep single channel through the tail (which both adds grip and an afterburner like thrust out of turns) lets the water release out the tail and actually increases the rocker without sacrificing any drive.

Qualities include:

- High overall volume for easy wave catching and crowd negotiating.

-Tight radius, locked in pocket carves without drift.

-Shorter/quicker turns and go more vertical in dumpy shore break than the “Sub”.

-Drive through long arcs, skate across mush and hold in at high speeds.

Ride as a Thruster, or experiment with a 5 fin custom convertible about the same length as a Sub or 2″ longer than a Rocket.

 

Stock Dimensions
5’6 19.25 2.18 (25.3cl)
5’8 19.50 2.25 (27.6cl)
5’10 19.75 2.38 (30.4cl)
6’0 20.00 2.50 (32.3cl)
6’2 20.50 2.63 (36.9cl)
6’4 21- 2.75 (40.6cl)

 

$649.00

*5 fin set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish $80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Rock Up

 

If a Rocket (or other hybrid) has become your favorite daily board, and you find it frustrating switching back to a traditional, pointy nose step-up board on bigger, crowded days …then this board is for you. Designed to be ridden 2-4” longer than you would a Rocket. The low entry rocker, flat deck and tapered rails (with a full forward outline) paddles through crowds and moving water, and catches waves with ease. The pulled in tail, combined with the aggressive tail rocker and a smoother, shallower concave, allows controlled maneuvers at high speeds on chest high to double overhead waves. Chris Ward’s one board quiver these days.

 STUDIO SHOT

 

Stock Dimensions
5’8 18.75 2.18 (25.0cl)
5’10 19.00 2.25 (27.0cl)
5’11 19.13 2.32 (28.5cl)
6’0 19.25 2.38 )29.8cl)
6’1 19.38 2.38 (30.5cl)
6’2 19.50 2.44 (31.9cl)
6’3 19.75 2.50 (33.5cl)
6’4 20.00 2.63 (36.1cl)
6’6 20.50 2.75 (39.8cl)

 

$629.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Squashet

 

Placing a typical shortboard squash tail on the Rocket takes some area out of the tail, shortens the rail line and makes for a predictable, less drifty, neutral ride. Not as flashy looking as the Rocket or Grocket, the Squashet flew mostly

under the radar in 2010. Combining all the advantages of a stubby, low entry Rocket, with the positive feeling tail of a performance short board, makes the Squashet the purest hybrid in our line.

 VIDEOS

 

Stock Dimensions
THE ROCKET (GROCKET/SQUASHET feature slightly less volume)
5’4 18.50 2.13 (23.2cl)
5’5 18.75 2.18 (24.5cl)
5’6 19.00 2.18 (25.3cl)
5’7 19.13 2.25 (26.7cl)
5’8 19.25 2.25 (27.3cl)
5’9 19.38 2.32 (28.8cl)
5’10 19.50 2.38 (30.1cl)
5’11 19.63 2.44 (31.5cl)
6’0 20.00 2.50 (33.4cl)
6’1 20.25 2.56 (35.3cl)
6’2 20.50 2.63 (37.0cl)
6’4 21.00 2.75 (40.8cl)

 

$629.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Grocket

 

The pro’s choice version of the Rocket. Pulled in single wing, swallow tail (for tight radius control and precision) and a touch more nose rocker make this hybrid of the Rocket the choice for light, fast, snappy surfers. Gorkin, Ian Gentil, Ben Borgeouis, Asher Nolan, Andrew Doheny, Cory Lopez and Hobgood Bros all count the Grocket as one of their all time favorite boards. …Now available as the

“GROCKET BG”. Flatter deck, with full rails and straighter wider tail and nose outlines, give the Grocket “BG” added, built in momentum, and more stable and forgiving ride. This “Gentleman’s” version of the Grocket makes a great all-rounder for slightly older or more solidly built (fat?) surfers.

STUDIO SHOTS 

 

Stock Dimensions
THE ROCKET (GROCKET/SQUASHET feature slightly less volume)
5’4 18.50 2.13 (23.2cl)
5’5 18.75 2.18 (24.5cl)
5’6 19.00 2.18 (25.3cl)
5’7 19.13 2.25 (26.7cl)
5’8 19.25 2.25 (27.3cl)
5’9 19.38 2.32 (28.8cl)
5’10 19.50 2.38 (30.1cl)
5’11 19.63 2.44 (31.5cl)
6’0 20.00 2.50 (33.4cl)
6’1 20.25 2.56 (35.3cl)
6’2 20.50 2.63 (37.0cl)
6’4 21.00 2.75 (40.8cl)

 

$639.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Rocket

 

The REAL board that started a Revolution! Originally shaped as a 5’3″ for Shane’s young son Noah by former …Lost shaper and pro surfer Noah Budroe. The board features a wide forward outline with round forgiving rails, flat deck and a wide “rocket” tail. The rocker is extremely low in the entry, for instant speed, with an exaggerated kick in the tail for tight arcs out of turns. An average wave all- rounder that can be effectively ridden 4″ to 6″ shorter, 1/8″ thinner, and just slightly wider than your normal short board without sacrificing any carve or drive.

Hundreds of imitations, but duplicated by none. Everyone deserves to have an original Rocket in their quiver.
 

STUDIO SHOTS 

 VIDEOS

 

Stock Dimensions
(GROCKET/SQUASHET feature slightly less volume)
5’4 18.50 2.13 (23.2cl)
5’5 18.75 2.18 (24.5cl)
5’6 19.00 2.18 (25.3cl)
5’7 19.13 2.25 (26.7cl)
5’8 19.25 2.25 (27.3cl)
5’9 19.38 2.32 (28.8cl)
5’10 19.50 2.38 (30.1cl)
5’11 19.63 2.44 (31.5cl)
6’0 20.00 2.50 (33.4cl)
6’1 20.25 2.56 (35.3cl)
6’2 20.50 2.63 (37.0cl)
6’4 21.00 2.75 (40.8cl)

 

$629.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


RNF 5

 

ROUND NOSE FISH/RNF5 – The world’s all-time best selling fish model. Still goes fast, still allows hard carving turns, still allows a wide range of performance in varied surf, still paddles great…still makes you look good. Designed with low overall rocker and a central concave for lift, into a spiral vee in tail, for control. The RNF5 features a wider tail and 5 fin setup for playing with a multitude of fin options. The RNF is designed as a twin with rear trailer, but works great as a pure twin fin or try all three standard thrusters for different feels in different conditions.

…Everyone should own one.

STUDIO SHOTS 

 

Stock Dimensions
RNF5 (RNF features slightly less volume)
5’5 19.25 2.25 (26.9cl)
5’6 19.38 2.25 (27.6cl)
5’7 19.50 2.32 (29.1cl)
5’8 19.63 2.32 (29.6cl)
5’9 19.75 2.38 (31.1cl)
5’10 20.00 2.38 (32.0cl)
5’11 20.13 2.44 (33.6cl)
6’0 20.25 2.50 (35.0cl)
6’1 20.38 2.56 (36.6cl)
6’2 20.50 2.63 (38.4cl)
6’4 21.00 2.75 (42.5cl)

 

$659.00

*5 fin set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


The Motivator

 

THE MOTIVATOR- Designed to be a “Step Down” Rocket/full on groveler, The Motivator is easy to “get going” in 1’-2’ junk. Knowing it takes much more than hacking a flat rockered Sputnik out of a slab of foam to make a great hi- performance groveler, we went to work making a high performance grovel board to “Motivate” people to get out and surf in that 1’ junk.

-Widen the nose and oversized Rocket tail. The straighter outline creates drive.

-Thick nose and tail foil (with a beak nose to abruptly thin out the tip) to add flotation without increasing overall thickness.

-Low tail rocker along the stringer line (to add drive and resistance to rear foot in mushy waves) combined with curvy rail rocker (creating a strong “V” behind the rear foot) creating a magic, tight turning radius when put on a rail.

– Flat deck and a full, steep rail for stability and paddle power.

- The wide tail features a volume reducing “step rail” to the last 10”, to add bite and make “real” turns in small surf easier.

Feel free to ride this one 1-2” shorter, and up to 12“ wider than a Rocket.

 VIDEOS

 

Stock Dimensions
5’6 19.50 2.25
5’7 19.75 2.25
5’8 20.00 2.32
5’9 20.25 2.38
5’10 20.50 2.50
5’11 20.75 2.56
6’0 21.00 2.63
6’2 21.25 2.75

 

$659.00

*5 fin set up by default
*The base price does not include options

OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20 (Per Side)   (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)


Mini-Gun

 

Everyone should have one! Designed as a primary travel board, or for the best days at home and meant to paddle strong, hold in at high speeds and till turn critically when you need it to. The bottom features a fine single concave from just forward of the front foot through most of tail, with just a hint of vee behind the back fin. Combined with an accelerated rocker and “short board” rails, our step up mini guns are more performance based than a “pure” gun. Thin rails in the back half keep it holding in the barrels. A Step Up is 2-4” longer and a Mini Gun is 4-12″ longer than your every day short board…. and usually the same width and a bit thicker. We offer the Miniguns in a quad setup as well…Wardo’s favorite!

 STUDIO SHOTS

 VIDEOS


$609.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options
 
Base Price is up to 6’6”
6’7” - 7’2”- $629.00
7’ 2” and up - $649.00


OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)



Gun

 

If you’re going to charge, you want the confidence of proven designs, and we can custom make boards for any size or situation….Just ask Ian Walsh!

 VIDEOS


$609.00

*Thruster set up by default
*The base price does not include options
 
Base Price is up to 6’6”
6’7” - 7’2”- $629.00
7’ 2” and up - $649.00


OPTIONS

EPS +$120 (What's this?)
KEAHANA +$185 (What's this?)
XTR 7.0 +$135  (What's this?)
Upgrade to Quad fin +$35
Upgrade to 5 fin +$50
Glass-on fin +$25
Quad Glass-on fin +$40
S-Glass +$20(Per Side)  (What's this?)
Gloss & Polish +$80  (What's this?)
Air Spray +$40 and up (Depends on the design)  (Get inspired here!)
Tail Fabric +$40  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Tail +$30  (What's this?)
Carbon Patch on Bottom +$30  (What's this?)

 


 

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