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The all-new CI Fish is their Next Gen "fish" shape – thinned-out and tuned-up for added performance, making it a versatile craft that can energize your average grovel sesh one day then have you screaming down-the-line on clean, head high points the next.
CI Fish's DNA can be traced back to 2005's Retro Fish, which two years later inspired the Skinny Fish – a refined version of the Retro Fish, featuring more user-friendly rails with less volume and a quad fin set-up. This third iteration of their fish family takes us back to a twin keel set-up but adds some subtle performance board characteristics into a classic plan shape, resulting in an update that fish aficionados and performance board die-hards alike can appreciate.
CI pro team riders such as Dane Gudauskas, Sage Erickson, Conner Coffin, Mike February, and Alex Gray all say that the CI Fish is faster than greased lightning and zips through any flat sections with ease.
This new model performs best with their brand new Channel Islands AMK Futures keel fin template. Inspired by a classic outline, they boast a modern rake shape, graduated tip flex and flat inside foils finely tuned for fast, high performance surfing.
- Style: Fish Board
- Colour: Clear
- Construction: EPS Spine-Tek
- Fin Setup: Twin fin
- Fin Type: Futures
- Rail: Thin – Medium
- Rocker: Relaxed
- Wave Height: Knee-Head
- PLEASE NOTE: Fins not included
- Redirects faster
- Livelier & sensitive
- Maintains flex memory
- Eco board certified
- SMALL: 27.4L & under, 1.5mm x 15mm
- MEDIUM: 27.5 – 36.5L, 1,5mm x 30mm
- LARGE: 36.6L & over, 1.8mm x 30mm
Engineered by the crew at Shapers Australia, Channel Islands exclusive SPINE-TEK partnership allows them to build boards that are livelier & more responsive. Like a spring, they load up on energy, provide pop, accelerate out of turns whilst holding speed down the line and the "spine" keeps its flex pattern unlike timber which loosens it over time.
|5’4||19 1/2″||2 1/8″||26L|
|5’8||20 1/2″||2 5/16″||31.6L|
|6’0||21 1/4″||2 1/2″||37.3L|
|6’2||21 1/2″||2 9/16″||39.9L|
About The Brand
Al Merrick has been shaping Channel Island surfboards over the last 38 years, so it’s no wonder they’re so sought after!