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Surfboards

  • Wedge Tail

    Wedge Tail

    3,790.00

    “Taking inspiration from the 80’s but keeping with our design theories of performance, the Wedge Tail will have you flying down the line.

    Flat rocker and the wide point two thirds of the way up the board will make you generate speed out of your front foot. Flyers sit on the rail, right about the same positioning of your back foot, giving you responsive rail to rail surfing. Take these features and combine them with single to quad concave for that extra spurt of speed, along with the loose swallow tail and your in for one hell of a surf.

    We recommend riding with Twin Fin and stabilizer setup.

    Fun, fast & ready to fly.

    Al Emery

  • TINY TERROR

    TINY TERROR

    3,790.00

    Designed to be ridden 3 inches shorter than your height.

    This is a performance board for tiny waves. A flat rocker with a raised rail curve to give vee out the back of the board for speed and release. A stubby outline combined with a wide round square tail allows for rail to rail surfing. This winning combo saw Matt Wilkinson ride it to the WCT Final in Santa Cruz. Seeing that this board could be ridden in competition waves so well, saw it placed in the new Emery Anarchy series.

  • Rainbow round tail

    Rainbow round tail

    3,790.00

    The Rainbow is one of those nice forgiving boards that wont let you down,
    an un-judgemental good communicator with bright spark flair.

    Thruster or 5 fins setup.

    Single to double concave medium rocker for easy maneuvering,

    Full outline, flat deck with boxy rails, you can ride this board small,

    it has a lot of foam in it eg 80kg guy can ride 5’6 x 19 3/4 x 2 3/16..

    Easy to ride up to 6-8 feet.

  • Jalapeno

    Jalapeno

    2,690.003,090.00

    “The volume in the Jalapeño is distributed to encourage paddle power yet stay agile off the tail with a refined rounded pin.

    Designed as a versatile all round performance model the Jalapeño has a single to double concave with a slight vee in the tail allowing for speed control and release during high speed rail turns. The Jalapeño is a great option for the one board surfer looking for a model that can be surfed in just about any conditions from 2 to 3 feet beach breaks to over head hollow waves. The extra width through the nose and slightly reduced entry rocker makes the Jalapeño easy to paddle and fast from the take off. The versatile 5 fin setup adds to its diversity and allows surfing in hollow, barreling waves.”

    Jonno Cole

  • Too Fast for Satan

    Too Fast for Satan

    3,790.00

    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.

     

  • Bean

    Bean

    2,690.003,090.00

    “The BEAN transfers the performance features of a standard shortboard into a more compact design that’s incredibly fast and responsive in small-to-medium size waves. A generous nose template distributes extra volume into the front half of the board, while added width through the centre creates a platform for immediate drive and start-up acceleration.

    Low entry rocker further enhances speed; this is offset by moderate rocker through the tail which helps to maintain manoeuvrability in steeper waves. The BEAN retains the thickness, rail volume and foil of a performance shortboard and combines a shallow single-to-double concave with vee running out through the tail. The result is a board that’s frisk, lively and a ton of fun.

    Ride the BEAN 3-to-6 inches shorter than your regular shortboard. The versatility of the BEAN is further enhanced with a tri-quad fin configuration allowing it to be set up as a thruster or a quad”

    Jonno Cole

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