Fighting Fish riders shred in all conditions. Polyurethane and fiberglass construction has some distinct characteristics, embraced by surfers who want a classic and artisan feel.
Bottom: Concave into Vee
Ideal waves: 1-5ft
Level: Beginner – Expert
With the Fighting Fish in your corner you’ll be a champion small to over-head wave shredder:
– The heritage of this shape comes from the most successful twin fin designs of the late 70’s and 80’s updated as a modern thruster.
– The outline is wide with lots of area in the nose and a double wing swallow tail and a very distinctive and deep double concave V in the bottom.
– The double winger tail is an intricate part of the design with the fins set next to the wingers for a water flow release point in the rail to shorten the radius of the turn giving a quicker, snappier and turnier board.
– This shape quickly provides maximum lift and speed which translates into turning performance, allowing the rider to use the surface area to milk the juice from the smallest and weakest waves.
Milk the juice from the smallest and weakest waves with the PU Fighting Fish. The thruster setup and other key design elements perform in large surf as well, allowing you to slash through turns.
The NSP Fighting Fish Rider is a Kym Thompson shape.
|Length||Width||Thickness||Volume||Weight +/- 5%||6'0''||20||2 ¹/⁴||31.2||3.24||6'3''||20 ¹/²||2 ³/⁸||35.4||3.48||6'6''||21||2 ⁵/⁸||36.6||3.76|