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Surftech JC Hawaii - Perter Mel Machine
Topic Title

Perter Mel Machine - Designed for big wave charger Peter Mel, the 6’8” blends a wider nose and tail with medium entry rocker to get you (more...)

TAIL: Pin
FIN: Tri Fin
FEATURES: Technology: Tuflite
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Intermediate - Advanced

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RETAIL PRICE
$757.00

Rating: 6.88/10
Sharp Eye SB-6
Topic Title

The SB-6 by Sharp Eye was created for most beach break conditions. This design allows easy rail to rail maneuvers and smooth transitions wit (more...)

TAIL: Pin,Round,Squash,Swallow
FIN: Tri Fin,Quad Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Intermediate - Advanced

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Rating: 6.88/10
Rusty '89
Topic Title

In ’89, boards were getting narrower and thinner. They had a little more rocker and the beak nose look had become all but extinct. (more...)

TAIL: Squash
FIN: Tri Fin
FEATURES: Triple concave with a vee spine defined through the fins and off the tail. Compared to today’s boards, the rocker is a little more relaxed, but with similar rails.
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Intermediate - Advanced

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Rating: 6.86/10
Mark Richards Spitfire
Topic Title

The Spitfire comes with an FCS thruster fin set-up. It shares the same outline template, rails and rocker as the Super Twin. It is an altern (more...)

TAIL: Swallow
FIN: Tri Fin
FEATURES: A wider outline template with a low entry rocker for planing speed and paddle power. An accelerated tail rocker for quick direction changes. Single to double concave bottom for down the line speed. The classic MR wing-swallow tail shape with a 45 degree
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Intermediate - Advanced

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Rating: 6.86/10
Channel Islands Black Beauty
Channel Islands Black Beauty

The Black Beauty has become one of our most popular step up boards. A replica of Tom Curren’s famous 1985 Bell’s Beach, Occy beating, an (more...)

TAIL: Pin
FIN: Tri Fin
FEATURES: Wave Size: Head-high to Double overhead
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Intermediate - Advanced

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Rating: 6.86/10
Channel Islands Flyer
Channel Islands Flyer

A worldwide favorite, this design excels in small to medium surf but still rides and responds like a conventional shortboard. Al considers t (more...)

TAIL: Squash
FIN: Tri Fin
FEATURES: The design allows you to ride 2-3 inch shorter than your normal shortboard. Also available in Double Helix Technology.
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Beginner - Advanced

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RETAIL PRICE
$650.00

USED PRICE RANGE
$160.00 - $487.00

Rating: 6.86/10
Channel Islands Proton
Channel Islands Proton

The Proton by Channel Island is the board that AL and Dane designed during his 2007 WCT qualification year. While traveling and surfing vari (more...)

TAIL: Squash
FIN: Tri Fin
FEATURES: Wave Size: Best in Waist-high to Head and a half high Also available in Double Helix Technology: This is the first release from our Skunkworks research and development program. Not to be confused with graphite rail boards you’ve seen on the market, t
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Advanced - Sponsored

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Rating: 6.84/10
Linden S
Topic Title

The S model by Linden is the most versatile and most refined board in the Linden lineup. Loose and fast, this is the competitive machine. (more...)

TAIL: Squash
FIN: Tri Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Intermediate - Advanced

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Rating: 6.84/10
Xanadu XQuad
Xanadu XQuad

With a fuller nose and wider midpoint, this high performance quad gets into waves easily and flies down the line. The pulled in tail allows (more...)

TAIL: Swallow
FIN: Quad Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Intermediate - Advanced

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Rating: 6.84/10
Surftech Wayne Lynch - Freeform
Surftech Wayne Lynch - Freeform

WAYNE LYNCH FREEFORM - Wider with more volume and slightly softer plan-shape curves. This creates great paddling qualites, plus the ability (more...)

TAIL: Pin
FIN: Tri Fin
FEATURES: Technology: Tuflite
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced
Beginner - Advanced

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