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7S Super Fish 3 CV
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Introducing the new Superfish 3 (SF3) by 7S. This highly functional board has been completely overhauled to make it faster, more forgiving and ultra responsive.

While different from its predecessors in design, the new SF3 still catches waves like a dream and offers the perfect balance of stability, speed and performance so you can get the most out of your surfing.

OUTLINE: Parallel rails and extra width through the nose provides a really stable platform to work from and generate speed. The tail outline tapers to maintain overall manoeuvrability, and the flyer creates a release point when performing turns. The swallow tail also adds bite especially in smoother conditions.

CONTOURS: Lively single-to-double concave provides great down-the-line speed, and sensitivity off the tail when transitioning from rail-to-rail.

ROCKER: Well balanced, with just enough flip in the entry to prevent nose-diving in steeper waves. Moderate curve out the tail keeps the board responsive when driving off your back foot.

FOIL: Plenty of volume under the chest extends to the nose and tail providing paddle power so you can get into waves early. Full rails keep the board sitting nice and high in the water.

FINS: Superfish 3 DOES NOT come with fins but we suggest the FCSII Performer M thruster set.

This versatile, high volume fish will allow you to really maximise your time in the water and progress steadily to the next level of performance.

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TECH INFORMATION  (roll mouse over icons for more info)
  • Carbon Vector
      Carbon Vector (CV) construction delivers unmatched performance by harnessing the flex characteristics of epoxy and the strength of carbon. CV combines a stringerless, high-density custom shaped EPS core laminated with biaxial fiberglass, epoxy resin and a distinctive carbon fiber webbing, (positioned on the bottom and around the rails).
      The carbon fiber webbing serves to evenly distribute tension across the entire surface area of the board to produce a lively, yet controlled flex pattern with remarkable memory recall. The biaxial fiberglass on the deck serves to add strength and also help prevent delaminating. CV boards feel fast, light and highly responsive in all conditions.
      Created by GSI to compliment a range of board models and designs, this construction has proven to have superior flex properties over our other board technologies by up to 20%.

      You can find out more about GSI's surfboard construction on our surfboard technologies page

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NOTE: rider weight is based on board volume and novice-to-intermediate rider skill level.
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6'0'' 20 1/4'' 2 3/8'' 31.65 ltr FCSII Performer M (3) 60kg / 132lb
6'3'' 20 1/2'' 2 1/2'' 35.25 ltr FCSII Performer M (3) 65kg / 143lb
6'6'' 20 3/4'' 2 5/8'' 39.05 ltr FCSII Performer M (3) 70kg / 154lb
6'9'' 21'' 2 3/4'' 43.1 ltr FCSII Performer M (3) 75kg / 165lb
7'0'' 21 1/2'' 2 7/8'' 47 ltr FCSII Performer M (3) 80kg / 176lb
7'6'' 22'' 2 7/8'' 52 ltr FCSII Performer M (3) 85kg / 187lb
8'0'' 23'' 3'' 61 ltr FCSII Performer M (3) 90kg / 198lb +

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3/6/2016 7:01:00 AM
Michael from Queensland, Australia says:

I've spent many years riding late mals. I've always waned to get back to a short board that I was comfortable with. I tried about 5 or 6 over the years and decided that I was a mal rider only now. I purchased an original superfish used a couple of years ago, 6"9'. It fit me like a glove. I felt like I'd been riding it for years, and that was only my 2nd wave with it. It was a little knocked around, and I was always concerned that I'd want to upgrade and not be able to find as good a board. I found a 6'6" super fish 3 recently 2nd hand, but used 2 times. I was concerned about going so short and losing the extra volume of the original. My first wave was like a reunion with an old friend. I'm rethinking about holding onto my mal, I'm not sure if I'll get back on it. The SF3 is so versatile able to take on large sucky waves or still make fun of small conditions. I live and surf the Gold Coast and I usually surf Surfers beach breaks. I'm 50 and 75kg and the 39 litres is perfect. The best board I've ever owned, twice. Worth ever cent, used or new.

10/8/2015 9:31:00 AM
Gregory from Florida, USA says:

Okay, I've owned my 6'9" 7s Superfish 3 for about 2 months, and fortunately we've had a good run of swell here in Central Florida for late Sept, early Oct 2015, so I had a great opportunity to ride this board in chest to 2 ft overhead swell on our typical beach break conditions here. Okay, first off let me say that I'm stepping down from 9ft performance longboard. I wanted a board that I could duck-dive to get me out to the line up on our bigger days, but would provide me with reasonable stability, and some extra buoyancy under the chest to give me a bit more float, and paddle power for my skill and age. A little more maneuverability over my 9'0" longboard is a plus, but not something I was really demanding. I'm 182 lbs and 49 years old, and for my age I'm in good shape, and a decent intermediate surfer. Florida beach breaks on big days are extremely challenging to paddle into, since you have to take on the white water and breaking surf full on to get to the line up in most cases. Many times with the period at or near 10s, you take on several waves to get out. The 7S super fish 3 has been a very good board for me, I looked at volumes and went with something that's near the top end of my duck-dive range. I read that the max board volume you can duck dive is about 4.0-4.5lbs of body weight per liter of volume of the surfboard (not sure how scientific this is, but it's just a general guideline). The 6-9" is 43.1L so with my body weight of 182lbs, I'm in this range of max board volume to duck dive. After adjusting to the smaller size board through some trial and error, I found it to be reasonably good at paddling, very manageable on steeper drop ins, good stability, and my rides have been great when the wave holds up nicely. I would personally drop back to my longboard for our more common knee to waist high surf here in Florida, but when we get chest to head high surf, this is great board offering just the right amount of speed, maneuverability, and plenty of fun factor when the waves are pumping. For 49 years old, I actually can't believe how we'll I've adapted to riding this board. Additionally, the board is super light, I've never had a board this light, so it gives you more buoyancy while keeping the board short. Another nice bonus, are the FCS keyless fins which don't require grub (allen head) screws. This will be my go to board when I travel to California and Costa Rica. My only con related to the board are the pressure dings on the deck, I would probably prefer just a bit more glassing on the deck to make it a bit more stronger, but I also know that this board has been built to be light, so there's a tradeoff. In general, I think the value (cost to fun factor) is really fantastic. I would recommend to others. BTW, I was also amazed at how quickly it shipped, and arrived at my home undamaged. Ordering online via the GSI website was a very good experience. Good luck with your next board purchase, and I hope you get some good waves soon....

6/30/2015 10:47:00 PM
Vaughan Heilman from North Caro, US says:

I am an intermediate surfer who was sizing down from my 9'2. I'm on the Outer Banks of NC, surfing sandbars. I needed a board to handle heavier days with steeper waves. I surfed a short board a kid, but was landlocked for most of my adult life with a surf trip or two a year. At age 40 decided to be a beach bum and move back to my childhood family beach house. I'm 180, 5'11, and in good phys paddling cond. I got the 6'6 SF and have had a few sesh's now. Board floats me fine and catches waves surprisingly well (of course have to sit inside a touch from the longboarders). Great speed and easy maneuverability, if a bit tough to duck dive due to 39L of volume. I could have gone 6'3 but am glad with the float/wave catching of the 6'3. Couple of buds (who are much better than me and surf shorter boards regularly) were very complimentary of the board after riding a few waves. Great speed down the line, so much that I have to remember to fade back to the source as this board will quickly outrun the wave unless you've got really fast walls. We'll see about durability once fall comes and we start getting hurricane swells. I did pull the wax off after these sessions and have a couple of heel/knee marks (no cracks, just slight pressure dings), but I have also duffed some takeoffs and fallen ON the board, so kinda user/learner issue. Rails and bottom of board are still perfect. Included fins are fine for me. I may try quad down the line, but as I don't know better I'm happy with the thruster set up. All in all, I'm happy I made the leap to try a board with different tech/build than my longie. Custom longboard + 'future tech' short board serves my quiver nicely for the waves here.

12/4/2014 11:05:00 AM
Martin Clarke from Qld, Australia says:

This board is magic, I have owned a number of different boards so far but now that I am a bit older (56) I have found that I need a more versatile board that is easier to paddle and easier to get onto the waves and this is it. I live on the Gold Coast where the waves can be absolutely brilliant but a lot of the time can be sloppy and messy. The S7 Super Fish 3 CV is just perfect for me in smaller surf and I'm just waiting to try it out in some larger clean waves. Easy to paddle, easy to get onto the waves and quick enough to really get some good turns on even small waves. No more paddling around and not catching any waves. I just wish I had this board years ago. Even if you are a brilliant surfer this is a must add board for your quiver to be able to make the most of all surf conditions.

11/8/2014 8:09:00 PM
Arturo from CA, USA says:

Amazing first Fish board. I started out renting long boards from 8'4" to 7'9", and eventually I could stand up and ride a 6'8" for a few seconds. I decided to get the 6'3" SF3 by 7S in Carbon Vector tech. It came 2 days later in perfect conditions with FCS2 screwless fins, and glides smoothly. It took me about 2-3 weeks to finally get used to it, so don't feel bad if popping up on the fish is harder than on your standard longboard (pop up technique changes since you can't use your feet anymore!). I couldn't even stand on it the first time I took it out, but now I'm catching at least 10 waves every time I go out, which is good for low tide in small surf. I'm 5'11" and weight 148lb. I can't feel happier about getting this new board as my first fish, as I begin my transition towards intermediate surf level. Ever since I got my new board, I have gone surfing almost every day. No regrets on this purchase, the board itself is also extremely eye catching and beautiful inside and outside the water.

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