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FireWire Greedy Beaver – 6’8 x 21 1/2 x 2 13 16
The Greedy Beaver has the feel of a shortboard with a compressed longboard outline – a true crossover board with mid-length glide and shortboard maneuverability.
NSP Funboard – 6´8’’ x 21’’ x 2.8
A worldwide favorite, the 6’8” is a versatile design that packs a punch. Experts will be surprised at the performance and balance — not too big, not too small. Intermediates will love the forgiving characteristics and surf-ability.
7S Double Down – 6’8 x 22 x 3 1/8
The 7S Double Down aims to increase your wave count and enhance your small wave repertoire by offering the paddle advantages of high volume mixed into a stable yet responsive hybrid design that can be ridden much shorter than a standard surfboard. The nose and tail dimensions at 12″ are the same, creating a parallel rail-line through the middle. This translates to a bigger planing zone and a larger sweet spot.
Firewire ADDvance 6’10 x 3 1/16 x 22 5/8
The ADDvance offers extreme flotation. Combining the buoyancy of a longboard with a contemporary outline, the ADDvance Series opens up new possibilities for fun and performance. LFT (Linear Flex Technology) Bamboo Deckskin – This option incorporates a bamboo deckskin as well as the Firewire’s SPRINGER HD, a 0.75” (18 mm) wide aerospace composite that runs down the centerline of the board, representing the next generation in SPRINGER technology.
Modern Lovechild 7’0 x 22 x 3 1/8
With loads of surface area up front, and a more tapered outline in the tail, the Modern Love Child is a versatile cruiser that is sure to double your wave count. This board paddles exceptionally well, has plenty of turning ability off the tail, and will adapt as the conditions, and your approach changes.
NSP Elements 7’2 x 21 ¹/² x 2 ³/⁴
A stunning combination of fantastic value, durability and performance, the Funboard is one of the most popular in the NSP range for progressing skills. The semi-rounded nose with low entry rocker design puts more volume up front to give more paddle power to catch waves early and easily. Domed deck profile allows a forgiving but sensitive rail feel while the rounded pintail is pulled in adding control in bottom turns and cutbacks.
Al Merrick Water Hog – 7´10 x 22.2 3/4
This mini-longboard bridges the gap between the more performance oriented M-13 hybrid model and our longboard line. Low entry rocker for trimming and enough tail rocker to stay high performance. Bottom goes from flat entry with concave, to vee out the tail.
7s Aussie Fish – 6’11 x 21 x 2 5/8
Hugely popular high volume fish surfboard with a stepped deck. A great all rounder for the vast majority of surfers, the Aussie is one of 7s’ best selling boards. The swallow tail enables more turning sensitivity, making it easier to make sharp turns.
Lucas Performance- 7’6’’ 13 1/2 x 22 x 14 3/4 x 2 1/8
This hybrid fun board offers length for great stability, with a short board style nose so it can slice through the water with ease and enable you to make turns where other fun boards fall short. The tri-fin design allows for maximum hold against the wave. The squash tail offers more width, providing lift and an easier plane to maintain speed and control.
Takayama – Egg Red – 7’6″
If you’re not quite ready to “rip and shred” on a short board or “cruise” on a long board, then the Hawaiian Pro Designs Egg is the perfect solution. This model is an egg-looking shape that allows the rider to trim high on the wave in the middle of the board or race down the line on the tail, whichever the rider prefers. This board is also a perfect for beginners because of the overall forgiving shape that allows for a variety of mistakes without loss of speed or maneuverability. For a beginner or advanced rider, this board is an extremely fun alternative on any day.
Donald Takayama Flo Egg – 7’2”x 21 3/4” x 2 7/8”
The Flo Egg is nothing like the traditional Egg Donald makes, this board is a low rail, single fin wonder. This one is for those who like the long drawn out, full rail turns of the single fin shortboard days. A throwback to a time when shortboarders still had a log or two in their regular quiver, but who wanted to experience tighter, more in the pocket turns than their longboards allowed them.
Takayama – Egg Red – 7´10’’
This fun board is a classic large teardrop/egg shape with no flat spot in the template. Pinched rails are tucked into a driving pintail. Under hull, it rolls from single concave to double with enough V to keep it stable in chop. The bottom shape is so subtle that it outweighs all but the abilities of the very best surfer.
Rusty Dessert Island – 8’0″ 21.85 2.81
The standard template resembles a short board with its moderate rocker, modern rails and double concave throughout the bottom, but its buoyancy and stability keep it familiar for the longboarder. This board is excellent for catching a ton of waves. For the beginner to intermediate surfer.