The OG Flyer Surfboard by Channel Islands is a redesign of their all-time most popular design The Flyer. In 1999 Al was searching for a solution to team riders' dilemma of needing more speed and flow in lesser waves while maintaining high performance, world tour level surfing. The answer was a board that departed from the then overly narrow designs and set the stage for the modern performance shortboard that is now wider and shorter. The OG Flyer is easily the most ridden and enjoyed all around board in our history. Best as an everyday board in everyday conditions, The OG Flyer has a single concave entry to double through the middle and a vee exit, Al's signature bump squash, slight down rail, and a subtle nose beak. To be ridden approximately the same length as you are tall.
Channel Island Surfboards is proud to announce our collaboration with Shapers Australia to launch SPINE-TEK; a precision engineered stringer spine utilizing a unique composition of fiberglass and resin. SPINE-TEK is based on the principles of elastic energy, to flex under pressure and then return the surfboard back to its natural rocker, providing surfboards with a more lively and responsive feel. Performance through innovation, SPINE-TEK® is a world's first with its unique fiber-based composition, delivers optimal flex based performance through the principles of elastic & kinetic energy. Through this process the surfboard loads up on energy and then releases, generating additional drive, speed, power & flow. Weighing a mere ¼ of a pound and installed in the surfboard deck, SPINE-TEK replaces the traditional heavier timber stringers and is virtually break free. SPINE-TEK is uniquely compatible with both polyurethane/polyester (PU/PE), and expanded polystyrene/epoxy (EPS/Epoxy).
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The Channel Islands OG Flyer Spine-Tek Surfboard is a redesign of their all-time most popular design The Flyer. The OG Flyer has a single concave entry to double through the middle and a vee exit, Al's signature bump squash, slight down rail, and a subtle nose beak.