• Peregrine – Channel Islands

    $965.00
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  • Mini – Channel Islands

    $850.00
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  • Pod Mod – Channel Islands

    $850.00
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  • HI 5 – Channel Islands

    $885.00
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  • ROOK 15 – Channel Islands

    $850.00
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  • TACO GRINDER – Channel Islands

    $850.00
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  • Fred Rubble (Round tail 5 fin) – Channel Islands

    The Channel Islands Fred Rubble is actually quite a bit different than my other boards. It has a lower entry rocker and a wider outline. It has more volume than a Proton, but it isn’t really short and chunky like a Dumpster Diver. It’s just a fun board for waves from waist high to a little over head. I’ve been riding mine two inches shorter than my standard shortboard and 1/4 inch wider. For example, my standard shortboard is a 5’11″ x 18 3/8″ x 2 3/16″ Proton and I ride my Fred Rubble as a 5’9″ x 18 5/8″ x 2 3/16″.

    $885.00
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  • New Flyer (swallow) – Channel Islands

    $850.00
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  • GiRabbit – Channel Islands

    $850.00
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  • Fred Stubble (Round tail 5 fin) – Channel Islands

    When Conner Coffin asked for all the characteristics of the award-winning Fred Rubble to be condensed in a shorter, wider package specifically for contests in small surf; the Fred Stubble was born.

    Geared towards contest surfing in sub-chest high conditions, the Stubble boasts a wider nose and tail, reduced nose and tail rocker, single entry concave with magnified double barrel concave through the fins and vee upon exit. The design change produced a board that stays on rail even in flat spots, glides over reo sections, draws tight arcs in the smallest pockets, and paddles like a board 3” longer. Conner rode a Stubble to a victory in the 2013 US Open Juniors.

    $880.00
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  • Bunny Chow – Channel Islands

    The Bunny Chow has been Jordy Smith’s board of choice for his World Tour campaigns in poor to fair surf. Designed around Jordy’s large build and dynamic approach, the Bunny Chow is equally suited to be on rail or the air. Jordy rides his 6’1” x 11.9” x 19” x 15.27” x 2.5” at 31.6L with 5.6” of nose rocker and 2.03” of tail rocker. The Bunny Chow rails are full to provide maximum volume. The rocker is staged to accommodate Jordy’s power.

    $835.00
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  • Average Joe – Channel Islands

    Over the last six years and hundreds of stops on our demo tour we have learned a few things. One of those is that surfers sometimes want something simple, fun, and easy to ride.
    Light single concave for the first 1/3 to deepening concave vee throughout. The Joe can be surfed off the rail or tail that has Al’s signature hip tail template to keep drive. Full rails keep high volume in a short outline.

    Increase wave count, make more sections. The average Joe is geared towards the things that makes surfing fun.

    Channel Islands first and foremost is performance based and athlete driven, but not everyone’s next paycheck hinges on how critical their equipment works.

    $870.00
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