Happy Spine-Tek Surfboard
Happy Spine-Tek Surfboard

Channel Islands

Happy Spine-Tek Surfboard

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Pickup currently unavailable at Natural Necessity Surf Shop

Happy Spine-Tek Surfboard

FCS II / 5'8

Natural Necessity Surf Shop

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115 Fern Street
Gerringong NSW 2534


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.
To harness all that speed, Happy’s refined rails and thinned out tail make for a highly responsive board that is also extremely forgiving through critical maneuvers and it holds like a mutha – no matter how hard you turn.
Single concave under the front foot, transitioning into double between the fins, and flat off the tail give the perfect combination of speed and control.

Over the past two years Britt refined and tweaked the design thanks to a steady stream of Team feedback by the likes of Zeke Lau, Lakey Peterson, Mikey February and Connor O’Leary—who have all since been riding it on the pro tour.

Surf better. Be happy.


Length Width Thickness Volume
5’8 18 1/4 2 3/16 23.4L
5’9 18 3/8 2 1/4 24.6L
5’10 18 5/8 2 5/16 26.0L
5’11 18 7/8 2 3/8 27.8L
6’0 19 1/8 2 7/16 29.3L
6’1 19 1/4 2 1/2 30.6L
6’2 19 1/2 2 9/16 32.2L
6’3 19 7/8 2 5/8 34.1L
6’4 20 1/8 2 3/4 36.6L

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.