Overall Rating: 7.06/10
Surftech Channel Island - Flyer
Surftech Channel Island - Flyer
(17 Reviews)
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Specs

TYPE: Shortboards
SIZE: Length: 5' 10" to 6' 8"
Width: 18.25" to 20.50"
Thickness: 2.125" to 2.875"
MATERIAL: Sandwich Construction
TAIL: Squash
FIN: Tri Fin
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner - Advanced
FEATURES: Technology: Tuflite
RETAIL PRICE: $771.00
USED PRICE: $0.00 - $0.00

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Surftech Channel Island - Flyer

Manufacturer Description
6'8" Merrick Flyer - Flyer - The most popular shortboard in the line. This board excels in small to medium surf but still rides and responds like a conventional shortboard. Al considers this the best small wave shortboard he has ever designed. It should be ridden 2"" to 3"" shorter and 1/4"" to 1/2"" wider than your normal shortboard. For the surfer who wants to maintain the same speed and maneuverability you have on your shortboard in good waves but when the surf is small.

Ratings and Reveiws (17 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 7.06/10
Paddling: 7.88/10
Stability: 7.88/10
Speed: 6.12/10
Manuevarability: 6.36/10
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4 Comments

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7.5/10 By Jake on 2014-07-18

Love the 6'4 i have surfed this board from indo brasil. Paddles great Manuverable and most importantly for me its variable to many waves beautiful travel board

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7.5/10 By JD on 2010-08-15

Great for catching waves. Performs better than average shortboard for catching waves but a little less responsive.

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8.5/10 By Churchsurfer on 2014-02-08

One of the best travel boards ever. Strong, lightweight and paddles like crazy. This is the first design that made Merrick famous...nuf said.

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6.5/10 By jsin on 2011-06-08

my first epoxy. Didn't know they're more buoyant and got a 6'8" (2 inch longer than my PU shorty). Could barely duck it and, every time I went for a barrel, it would just ride ride up the face and out the back. Relatively slow due to lack of weight (even nowadays, most shapers still don't glass the weight balance right on eps/epoxy boards...it's still relatively new).

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