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Channel Islands

Fred Stubble Round Tail Surfboard

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FEATURES
When Conner Coffin asked for all the characteristics of the award-winning Fred Rubble to be condensed in a shorter, wider package specifically for contests in small surf; the Fred Stubble was born.

Geared towards contest surfing in sub-chest high conditions, the Stubble boasts a wider nose and tail, reduced nose and tail rocker, single entry concave with magnified double barrel concave through the fins and vee upon exit.

The rails are also thinner than a Fred Rubble at the same center thickness. The design change produced a board that stays on rail even in flat spots, glides over reo sections, draws tight arcs in the smallest pockets, and paddles like a board 3” longer.

Conner rode a Stubble to a victory in the 2013 US Open Juniors. Ride this board your same hight to a couple inches shorter. 5’8″ x 18 7/8 x 2 5/16″

Thruster set up 

PLEASE NOTE
Fin box and decal colours vary from board to board, placement of decal varies also. 

FINS INCLUDED? 
No, however special deals available!

Length

Width

Thickness

Volume

5’4

18 1/4

2 1/4

23.3

5’5

18 1/2

2 1/4

24

5’6

18 3/4

2 5/16

25.4

5’7

18 7/8

2 3/8

26.7

5’8

19

2 3/8

27.2

5’9

19 1/8

2 7/16

28.5

5’10

19 1/4

2 1/2

29.9

5’11

19 3/8

2 9/16

31.3

6’0

19 5/8

2 5/8

32.9

6’1

19 7/8

2 5/8

33.8

6’2

20 1/8

2 3/4

36.4

ABOUT CHANNEL ISLANDS SURFBOARDS
Channel Islands Surfboards was created by Al and Terry Merrick in 1969. From his birth, Britt spent his days in the factory by the beach in Santa Barbara, from toddling around blanks to sweeping out shaping rooms. Eventually he started shaping alongside his father Al in 1990. 
He is now the lead shaper and designer for CI and carries on the family tradition of developing high performance board designs collaborating with the world’s greatest surfers. From Tom Curren, to Dane Reynolds, Channel Islands continues to evolve with the highest standard of surfing.