Overall Rating: 6.98/10
Firewire TAJ Pro Model
Firewire TAJ Pro Model
(30 Reviews)
Rate This Surfboard
Share/Save

Specs

TYPE: Shortboards
SIZE: Length: 5' 11" to 6' 4"
Width: 18.19" to 18.81"
Thickness: 2.38" to 2.5"
MATERIAL: Sandwich Construction
TAIL: Squash
FIN: Tri Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Intermediate - Sponsored
FEATURES: Future Shapes Technology Parabolic balsa rails Balsa springer
RETAIL PRICE: $750.00
USED PRICE: $0.00 - $0.00

Related Articles

View Details

Firewire TAJ Pro Model

Manufacturer Description
Flexfire’s TAJ Pro Model is built to the exact design specification of WCT professional Taj Burrow. This surfboard uses the same bottom contours, rail volumes, increased rocker and springer as those found on Taj’s equipment. TAJ Pro Model boards are incredibly fast boards with an extremely tight turning radius. We adjusted the 6’2” and 6’4” versions to provide heavier surfers the same scaled board ridden by Taj.

Ratings and Reveiws (30 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 6.98/10
Paddling: 5.94/10
Stability: 6.54/10
Speed: 7.4/10
Manuevarability: 8.06/10
Rate This Surfboard
Share/Save

3 Comments

avatar

9/10 By Mike on 2009-08-03

Just got the Taj model and this board is so snappy. The tail is so razor thin but I guess that makes it faster and snappier. Love this board!

avatar

5/10 By Dirk Langpap on 0000-00-00

Hello, I'm currently using my FW kiteboard for surfing, a Felix 5.11 x 18 3/16 x 2 3/16 (I believe it's close to 25 liters and equivalent to the Taj surfing model) and frequently having trouble catching waves or surviving the take off. I also find that I'm frequently behind the wave, with it closing out on me. Construction wise I would prefer a more sustainable board but also very resistant to dings, good for traveling and easy to repair. I'd also like the board to have a good range since the next board down I would be using, would still be the Felix kiteboard. Thanks

avatar

5/10 By Dirk Langpap on 0000-00-00

Hello, I'm currently using my FW kiteboard for surfing, a Felix 5.11 x 18 3/16 x 2 3/16 (I believe it's close to 25 liters and equivalent to the Taj surfing model) and frequently having trouble catching waves or surviving the take off. I also find that I'm frequently behind the wave, with it closing out on me. Construction wise I would prefer a more sustainable board but also very resistant to dings, good for traveling and easy to repair. I'd also like the board to have a good range since the next board down I would be using, would still be the Felix kiteboard. Thanks

surf_board_martch-sml

Videos

ADVERTISEMENT