The result of Pat’s effort became “Fever Voyage,” his new short film that pays homage to all the hands that touch his boards before they get under feet. Pat appreciates that surfboards are unique when it comes to making sports equipment.
The Happy is a new performance shortboard model built to give surfers the freedom to easily go wherever their mind takes them. Low entry rocker and strategically placed forward volume allow the board to paddle well, get up to speed quickly, and perform extremely well in the tube.
Carbon composite construction combined with our Fused-Cell EPS core, TL Pro Carbon (TLPC) utilize a proprietary stringer system that is custom built to each individual board. Strategically positioned carbon reinforcement laminated over a layer of high-density foam strengthens the board while creating the lively flex pattern that can only be found in our TLPC technology
Another major component of Flexbar technology is composite sandwich foam running from center to the apex of the rail. This acts as the main base for the Flexbar and allows the board to flex without losing any of the board's overall longitude and torsional strength.
A few years back, we built the Average Joe to be a fun, simple, easy-to-ride board and it became one of our top sellers. For 2019, after rounds of customer feedback and team testing, we’ve created a souped-up, sleeker version…the Ultra Joe.
Eithan (pronounced “A-tawn”) Osborne has been on a roll of rolls. Last September, he was invited to the Stab High event, finishing fourth over all and took the $20k prize for sticking the biggest air of the event.
The all-new CI Fish is the Next Gen “fish” shape surfboard model from Channel Islands—thinned-out and tuned-up for added performance, making it a versatile craft that can energize your average grovel sesh one day then have you screaming down-the-line on clean, head high points the next.
The Snuggie ERP is not your average board sock. It’s much more! Built with a thick, stretchy polar fleece, this unique day bag design provides 4mm of padding on the rails so your surfboard will get extra love during your daily car trips or added protection abroad when placed inside your travel bag.
When rocking up to a crowded spot like Lowers you know better than to go head-to-head with that crew on a little chippy thing. You want a board with a bit of extra paddle and planing power, but one that still performs and lets you get critical in the pocket or take to the air when a ramp is coming at you.