1. The Neck Beard by Dane Reynolds


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    171K Plays / / 6 Comments

    MODEL DESCRIPTION After a year of tinkering with different concepts, Dane Reynolds launches the Neck Beard, his favorite free-surf board. No longer working to hide volume from the judges like with the Dumpster Diver, Dane is letting it all hang out with a wider nose and chop tail. With light single concave and vee out the back, this board is faster down the line, has increased rail-to-rail transition, and is more stable when landing airs. Super user-friendly, this is the board Dane grabs when its 1-foot to head-high. Dane rides the Neck Beard as a tri-fin and as a quad for speed. Comes with a five fin setup to get the best of both worlds. If you are a fan of the Dumpster Diver, then definitely grow out your Neck Beard. Order yours 4 to 6 inches shorter than your height. EXPERIENCE :: Novice to Pro IDEAL WAVE SIZE 1-foot to head-high

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    • Kelly Slater on the Semi Pro at Rincon


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      145K Plays / / 1 Comment

      Kelly Slater talks about the Semi Pro... MODEL DESCRIPTION Taking his favorite aspects of the Tangent and Proton, Kelly designed the Semi-Pro on the computer from start to finish. Riding it to three WCT wins and a 10th world title, his design proved itself as the ultimate all-around shortboard. The Semi-Pro should be ridden shorter than usual: Kelly likes to ride them with his normal dims but his same height (5’9”). This shorter rail allows for his tight signature arcs in the pocket. Deep single concave make the board work best on rail, and ample rocker allows for deep gouging carves. With the wide point 2 inches behind center and increased nose-width, this board still handles mushy days. The Semi- Pro is changing the way professional surfers ride their boards. WAVE HEIGHT GUIDELINES Waist-high to well overhead.

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      • The Fishcuit by Rob Machado


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        94.9K Plays / / 0 Comments

        MODEL DESCRIPTION Originally developed with Rob Machado, the Fishcuit rapidly became the favorite alternative board for team riders, putting fun back into those grovel sessions. Ride your Fishcuit approximately 6-8 inches shorter than your normal short board. Quad set-up, comes standard at your local dealer: 5’2 x 19 ¾ x 2 3/4 5’4 x 19 7/8 x 2 ¾ 5’6 x 20 x 2 ¾ 5’8 x 20 ¼ x 2 ¾ 5’10 x 20 ½ x 2 7/8 6’0 x 21 x 3 6’2 x 21 ½ x 3 6’4 x 21 ¾ x 3 FEEDBACK Super fun, fast and loose. DESIGNED FOR All levels of surfers in small waves.

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        • POV Shorts: Dan Malloy & Dane Reynolds Board Swap


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          82.7K Plays / / 22 Comments

          Experiencing video delays? Turn "HD" off for smoother playback. Ride shotgun with Dan Malloy and Dane Reynolds as they cruise from their Ventura homes to Emma Wood State Beach for a quiver swap. This insider look at their modes of surfing comes to a head as they trade—and ride—everything from homemade hunks to foiled Fryes. TSJ party members know full-well Malloy’s open-minded approach, via articles like “Mar y Tierra” (TSJ 16.4) https://www.surfersjournal.com/issues/744 and “The Present” (TSJ 18.2) https://www.surfersjournal.com/issues/754

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          • Channel Islands Surfboards - New Flyer - with Bobby Martinez


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            76.7K Plays / / 0 Comments

            Channel Islands Surfboards introduces the " New Flyer " model and Bobby Martinez explains why it is his board of choice.

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            • Slater's board


              from Jeremy Flores / Added

              75.3K Plays / / 5 Comments

              Couple surfs in Portugal on KS board

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              • Slater Pt. II


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                Kelly Slater Filmed/Edited by Andrew Schoener Music: Radiation City www.futureenigma.com

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                • The Rookie


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                  MODEL DESCRIPTION Like the Proton for Dane, the Rookie is designed around state-of the- art surfing by a powerful surfer and has a full rail with a curvy outline. All three Gudauskas brothers, not small in stature, have found this board suits the varying conditions and waves on the WQS. Lower entry rocker and more tail flip out the back than the MBM+ and Proton, the Rookie is powered by single concave throughout. Key note: remember this board hides a lot of volume so order 1/8” thinner and 1” possibly shorter. Feedback : a great all around shortboard from the flat walls of Bells to the round beach breaks of France. Designed For : intermediate to expert surfers for waist to double over head surf.

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                  • The Whip by Kelly Slater


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                    MODEL DESCRIPTION In landlocked neighborhoods a man’s “whip” is his customized ride, his prized mode of transportation. During the Europe leg in 2009, Kelly’s “Whip” for less than perfect surf was his 5’9” x 18 5/8” x 2’5/16” – one inch shorter than what he won Snapper and Bells on in 2008. This is Kelly and Al’s re-worked version of the Flyer, with a few secret changes. This board is faster and more forgiving. If you’re looking for a board that excels when your shortboard seems to bog, this is the board for you. Also available as a Quad FEEDBACK should be ridden 3-4 inches smaller than your shortboard, 1/4" wider and the same thickness. DESIGNED FOR everyday use by intermediate to expert surfers in knee to head high surf.

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                    • The Proton by Dane Reynolds


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                      42.3K Plays / / 0 Comments

                      MODEL DESCRIPTION This year Dane has been riding and experimenting a lot more with CI’s other models, as well as a few unconventional shapes from the CI line. Still the Proton remains his go-to board for pockety style waves. Voted the 2009 board of the year by SIMA, The Proton should be your winter pick! Original and truly unique from any other board in our line, this board has continuous rocker throughout. The bottom consists of a deep single concave, and full rails. Dane normally rides a 2 3/8” MBM and orders his Protons at 2 ¼”, so order yours a 1/8” thinner. FEEDBACK “I like the responsive, quick feeling I get out of the Proton, and I am excited to have this board as my model.” - Dane Reynolds DESIGNED FOR Advanced to expert surfers in punchy waist high to well overhead surf. Can also be custom ordered as a step-up board.

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