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✓ 3 fin setup (Thruster)
✓Wider, thicker & shorter, with more volume & buoyancy than you’ve had before.
✓Easy to Paddle, easy to control with more speed then you have had in years & when it starts to barrel, you will be laughing.
We recommend any of our FCS II Thruster Fins, see here.
CONSTRUCTION: XF Technology
XF Boards are constructed using a 36gram EPS core with a high-grade timber stringer, each board is hand laminated using Epoxy Resign and Biaxial Fibreglass on the deck providing a lighter, stronger board that feels fast and responsive under your feet increasing performance in a wide variety of conditions!
Not sure what size you should be riding? Check out our Volume Calculator, or get in touch today. Have a question about the best fins, leash or tail pad to go with this board?
Or can’t find what you’re looking for?
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CONCERNS WITH SHIPPING?
If your board is damaged during transit simply send us a photo of the damage, a full front and back photo of the board within 24 hours of delivery, and we can offer to replace, repair or refund your order. For more information see our Shipping page.
ABOUT THE BRAND
To ride a Geoff McCoy Designed and personally shaped surfboard is to be on a vehicle, which has taken years of knowledge to produce. This vehicle which has been brought into being, is at the very cutting edge of Design Through Development and will perform for each individual in a way that they could never before even dare to conceive possible. This product, produced by the Guru of surfboard design, will take you anywhere you want to go. It has been designed specifically to free your mind and enable you to reach heights in your surfing that you have never dared to allow yourself to believe possible, to release you innermost self, and to become one with that being, to glimpse that place of perfection which before was only a dream.
In 1964 Geoff started shaping at Ron Surfboards. He started making what everyone else was doing at the time, Early Traditional 9ft to 10ft mals with multi-stringers. By the time he moved to Bennett’s in 1967 board length had been reduced from 9ft to around 8ft. He considers the start of the short board revolution.