Too Fast for Satan
Quick Overview: Available from 5’0″ to 6’8″ mostly between 5’4 to 6’2
Has a chopped Tail, with a single to double concave.
Flat rocker and a 3 or 5 fin setup with a full rail,
Too Fast for Satan is built for speed.
“Quad-option roundtail Thruster, short fat summer board with a blend of performance for 1 to 3 feet surf. Wider and fuller nose, low rocker, medium volume rails on a thicker board with deep single to double concave and vee at the tail.
Designed for fatter slow waves, Spudster has good paddle power to get you up and going when there’s not much there. Surf as a quad to cut shorter, sharper arcs on the wave face, or as a Thruster for more of a carve feel.”
- Select options₪4,400.00
“The Flat Head by Stacey Surfboards has a fun stubby shortboard outline that loves getting amongst the smaller waves. With a nice flat deck and full rolled rail, combined with a single to double concave and a flatter entry rocker, you are going to have plenty of fun on this beast.
The Flat Head is perfect for those smaller days. Surfed in a thruster setup, this board is a simple, uncomplicated template that will do everything you need.”
- Select options₪3,700.00
The Grizzly is a powerful, top-of-the-food-chain predator. Much of their diet consists of pocket surfing, tight arcs and down the line speed. Grizzly’s have a pulled in nose outline compared to other shortboards over the last 5 years. It’s deep single to double concave allows it to hunt prey fast. The extra layer of foam under the chest helps with paddling. We really haven’t changed this this too much. It’s very closely related to it’s big brother. Extensive testing with Dakoda Walters to ensure that it performs in all the right places for a younger surfer.
“The Micro has a round nose, pointed round tail combination outline and is flat rockered with a touch of extra tail lift. The bottom configuration is a single concave up front into a double concave Vee with a thruster fin set up. The fuller outline and flat rocker makes catching waves easy and the “Micro” is like a flying sled that fire up in just about all conditions.”