We've had heaps of requests for a 7 footer, so here it is! The shorter 7' size of the board means it can fit with ease into most cars so it's super handy to transport. Though shorter, the board has the same volume of a 7'6" meaning you don't lose out on stability. And an epic FCS II fin system is included in our price too! It goes into waves and down the line easily and is an absolute fun board. Thinking of buying an affordable yet more than capable board to add to your personal garage arsenal? This board is for you.
As reviewed by well known New Zealand surf instructor Phil Wallis from Piha Surf School:
"This board is so simple to surf. Having the nose to get into waves - it's like cheating. This is a board with a bit of extra volume, that can give you shortboard-performance, but with Mid-Mini Mal wave-catching ability - this is the ultimate Allrounder board."
This board is suitable for intermediate surfers who want to step up from a foam board to a shorter board as well as advanced surfers who want to try something new and have an ultimate fun board. This board is also very suitable for kids of all ages who are ready to take that next step to help them catch lots of waves.
This 7" with its 47 litres of volume works well in a variety of conditions from 1-2ft waves up to 6ft+.
Shaped by a veteran Californian surfer, it's produced by one of the world’s top factories. Made from PU, every board is painted then hand-sanded to a matte finish meaning slight variations in the design are your mark of authenticity.
We are also offering you advanced FCS fin boxes with firmer fins. All this quality sounds expensive, right? But it’s the power of group buying that allows us to offer you these awesome boards from one of the world’s top factories at an unbelievable $399. It’s a no-brainer!
FLAT RATE DELIVERY OF JUST $59 IN SYDNEY REGION
- The Seven- Allrounder
- Colour: Special K (Sanded matte finish)
- FCS2 fins
- Board type: PU
- Size: 7’0” x 21 1/2'' x 2 3/4”
- Fin Setting: FCSII thruster
- Volume: 47 litre
Have fun in the water but remember - safety first! The sea can turn on you quicker than a gull filching a hot chip so always be aware of the conditions and the forecast. For more water safety tips visit