No wonder this is our best-selling board. With plenty of volume, it's easy enough for a beginner to ride, but responsive enough for any intermediate AND advanced surfers looking to add to their collections. Phil Wallis, a Piha local and experienced surfer gave it the big thumbs up for its paddling stability and its agility giving you more staying-power on your waves.
Shaped by a veteran California surfer and hand-painted at one of the world’s top factories it's made of a strong, reliable PU construction. Every board is hand-painted, meaning slight variations in the design are your mark of authenticity. Each board is as unique as its rider – that’s YOU!
All this quality sounds expensive, right? But it’s the power of group buying that allows us to offer you these sick boards from one of the world’s top factories at this unbelievable price. It’s a no-brainer!
This board features a thruster, FCS II 2+1 fin system that has been used by countless World Championship Tour competitors. The units incorporate a rod and barrel mechanism to be effortlessly attached or removed in seconds - no fiddly screws, no plates, no tools, no worries! The system is installed before the board is laminated and is intended to connect the surfer, surfboard and the fins.
FCS II gives you the ability to reposition the fin either further forwards or backwards to either shorten or lengthen your turning arc; all of which can be done mid-surf. Now you can fine tune and customise your board's performance to suit your needs and the conditions while you're actually out on the water. More speed, drive, acceleration and responsiveness. Primo!
- Length: 7'6"
- Width: 21 1/2"
- Thick: 2 5/8"
- Volume: 45.4 ltr
- Board weight: 5.2 kg
- Sanded finish
- Material: PU construction w/ stringer
- Shape: Squash
- Tail: Round SQ
- Fin setting: FCS II thruster
- Fins: 3 x Medium FCSII fins
Dabble in the wavelets or take on the big breakers with Mini Mal! Just 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 info check out http://www.watersafety.org.nz/