Description: Always evolving with the latest design theories for state-of-the-art performance surfing, this curvy bottom-rocker features a deep single-concave. Good amount of rocker exiting out the tailpipe for release. We have built nice step-up boards as well off of this highly touted design.
Description: We like to call this a “gap” performance shortboard. This board bridges the gap between your performance thruster and small-wave fish. Choose this surf vessel when your shortboard starts bogging and you are not in the mood to ride a fish. Ride it 2" to 4" shorter and 1/4" to 1/2" wider than your normal thruster.
Description: Low entry-rocker thumbtail. We moved the rocker “bend” and wide point further back. Single-concave is deepest between the feet, exiting out with a nice amount of tail rocker. This board reacts quickly and fits tight in curvy waves.
Fins: 5-fin convertible
Description: The most addicting board in our line. So much fun in the crappiest of surf. Extreme volume and low rocker give it that top-of-the-water glide. When the surf is tiny, gutless, or you feel like surfing like a flying squirrel, pull out the 5F! Ride 4" to 8" shorter than your normal shortboard.
Dimensions: 6'10" x 21" x 2 7/8"
Fins: Twin bamboo
Description: Resurrecting shapes from Infinity’s past. Using original templates that Steve Boehne used in the ’60s and ’70s. Replica Twinnies, Displacement Hulls, Single-fins, and hybrids all shaped 100 percent by hands and planers. Please visit our website for more info on these beautiful wave sliders.
Description: “I saw Derek Hynd’s finless wave at J-Bay,” says Dave, “and immediately wanted to make one. I’ve been having a blast with the finless movement. They are hard to ride, but fun as hell! I haven’t made two the same yet, always learning and evolving.”