✓ A few years back, CI built the Average Joe to be a fun, simple, easy-to-ride board and it became one of their top sellers.
✓ For 2019, after rounds of customer feedback and team testing, they’ve created a souped-up, sleeker version…the Ultra Joe.
The Ultra Joe boasts foiled rails, a double-bump squash tail, narrower nose with an updated rocker profile, and additional exit rocker. The result is a progressive step forward for beginner/intermediate surfers while at the same time is an inviting step down for average to good surfers seeking something fun and cruisy on the smaller, weaker days.
Despite all these changes, one thing remains the same: the fun factor.
|5’3||19 1/2||2 1/4||26.3L|
|5’7||20 1/2||2 3/8||31.0L|
|5’9||20 3/4||2 1/2||34.0L|
|6’1||21 1/4||2 3/4||40.0L|
|6’3||21 1/2||2 7/8||43.4L|
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.