For riders 220 lbs plus. This popular model of the Fish Stixx Series was developed out of demand. Hundreds of riders contacted us explaining they already had a pop-out type board that just would not allow them to keep up with the boat while wakesurfung. Other hand shaped brands also did not work because they […]
Our third design of the Landlock is geared for riders taking a slaysh for the first time, bigger riders, or just the toes on the nose, mellower transiitoned, tail heavy session. This new fresh water creation features our softest/thickest rail with a concave top deck for that forgiving, laid-back soul turn. Shorter in stature, wider […]
Shaped for everyone in the boat, this surfer works well in medium to average wakes.
Made for the flat days or first timers to enjoy the push of a wake and experience the stoke of surfing.
This performance surfer has a wide profile that blends with single to double concave generating the hard driving push that intermediate to advanced riders want.
At 4'2" in length and a width of 22.5 inches, the Orange Phelgm is best suited for skim-style riders. It has a flat rocker, a slight concave channel and kicks on both ends of the top deck.
Broadcast boards are crafted with more of a traditional wakeboard rail for a deeper ride in the water. Preferred by riders who want to surf the way they wakeboard. Quicker reacting, harder edging with more of a centered weight distribution for a knifing style of bottom turn. Available in two sizes with a fast rocker […]
A new shape for aggressive surf/skate performance. With a wider profile this shred stick has a true skate feel. How it rides?
Our smallest performer has a stomp pad and a concave for more board control whether a rider is coming out of a bottom turn or snapping off the wake for a frontside air. A softer, thicker rail gives the rider more of a surfy feel. Even with its small stature the Coex can still be […]
The Yellow Loogey is designed for riders of all levels and can support riders up to 300 pounds. It has a recessed padded deck, new graphics and the new Vortex Channel.