Overall Rating: 6.5/10
Channel Islands Eagles Wing
Channel Islands Eagles Wing
(8 Reviews)
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TYPE: Shortboards
SIZE: Length: 0' 0" to 0' 0"
Width: 0.00" to 0.00"
Thickness: 0" to 0"
TAIL: Squash
FIN: Tri Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Intermediate - Advanced
FEATURES: Wave Size: best in waist-high to head and a half
USED PRICE: $0.00 - $0.00

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Channel Islands Eagles Wing

Manufacturer Description
The Eagle Wing by Channel Island offers the surfer the same features and performance specifically designed for Rob Machado. Soft and forgiving forward rails with a curvy outline to generate speed and maintain extreme maneuverability. We can build this up to 7'0” in any tail you like. WHO SHOULD RIDE THIS BOARD You are either built like Rob or are light on your feet. Generally a lower volume board.

Ratings and Reveiws (8 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 6.5/10
Paddling: 6/10
Stability: 6/10
Speed: 7/10
Manuevarability: 7/10
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6.5/10 By greg b on 2013-07-08

One of the funnest boards I've ever had. Took a 6'4" to indo & loved it. Was thinking of finding another one to take to bali. I don't understand how this board works so well for this front footed surfer since there isn't much nose volume.


7.5/10 By Dale Elder on 0000-00-00

I have been surfing for about a year now and I learned on the CI board. I'm looking to sharpen my manuvering. I don't have a problem standing, turning, or catching waves but the CI Board I think is to big for my size. The board is a 6'5", 19", 2 1/4" round tail and has G5 FCS Fins. I have tried other boards that are smaller ranging from a Wave Weapons (local Oceanside, CA company) which was 6'2" swallow tail, quad setup and also my buddies 6' Webber smash tail that was 18 1/4 wide and 2 1/4 thick. Both the Webber and the Wave Weapons were easier for me to move on but the Webber I think is made for bigger surf because that's when I'm able to push it harder. The Wave Weapons one has a wide front end which seems to work better in smaller, mushier surf but becomes unstable on surf around shoudler to head high. I'm looking for a board that I can push hard in knee to head high but that is still stable enough to ride when I'm not as confident in the larger surf. I know I wrote a book but any advice is greatly appreciated.