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7S Super Fish II - Future Flex Model
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The Super Fish II has been updated for 2012 making one of our most popular boards even better. The idea behind the Super Fish design is to offer a board that rides, paddles and catches waves easily regardless of your ability.

The generous outline and smooth rocker makes this board incredibly easy to ride. One of the most notable features of the Super Fish design is the step deck. This gives the board greater buoyancy while maintaining a performance rail profile making the board sensitive and easier to turn.

The new bottom contour features a deep single-to-double concave providing greater speed and acceleration. The tail wings are now more defined creating bite off the bottom and quicker release through turns. The swallowtail has been reinforced with extra fibreglass and is now shallower than before. This adds surface area under your back foot meaning more speed in flatter waves.

FCS plugs are set up in a tri-quad configuration so you can ride it as a thruster or a quad, and the new FutureFlex construction offers a fast and lively, highly responsive flex pattern that's perfectly geared for performance surfing.

If you're looking for a high volume, easy to ride surfboard that'll increase your wave count then the Super Fish II is the board for you.

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  • FutureFlex
    • FUTUREFLEX TECHNOLOGY
      FutureFlex represents the very latest in surfboard technology and design. The construction process combines a stringerless, high-density custom shaped EPS core laminated with biaxial fiberglass, epoxy resin and a parabolic carbon fiber frame.
      The carbon fiber frame within the laminate is the key to the performance of these boards. Designed to maximize speed and drive while minimizing twisting, FutureFlex boards essentially store and release energy as the surfer transitions through a turn. The result is a fast and lively, highly responsive surfboard that's perfectly geared for high performance surfing.

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

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Super Fish II - FF model
7S Super Fish II - Future Flex Model
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LENGTH WIDTH THICK VOLUMEFINS (supplied with board)APPROX WEIGHT RANGE
5'9'' 20'' 2 1/4'' 29.5 ltr FCS M5/GX QUAD 70kg / 154lb or less
6'0'' 20 1/4'' 2 7/16'' 33.3 ltr FCS M5/GX QUAD 75kg / 165lb
6'3'' 20 1/2'' 2 1/2'' 36.2 ltr FCS M5/GX QUAD 75kg / 165lb
6'6'' 20 3/4'' 2 5/8'' 40.6 ltr FCS M5/GX QUAD 80kg / 176lb
6'8'' 21'' 2 3/4'' 44.2 ltr FCS M7/M3 Quad 85kg / 187lb
7'0'' 21 1/2'' 2 3/4'' 48.95 ltr FCS M7/M3 Quad 85kg / 187lb
7'3'' 22'' 2 13/16'' 53 ltr FCS M7/M3 Quad 90kg / 198lb
8'0'' 23'' 3'' 66.9 ltr FCS M7/M3 Quad 95kg / 209lb +
NOTE: rider weight based on board volume and intermediate rider skill level.
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9/10/2013 12:58:00 AM
Dan from WI, USA says:

Just spent a few sessions with the 7-3” FF Super Fish II, and it is all it promised to be! At age 43, 5-10” and 190 pounds, this board works GREAT for Lake Michigan’s choppy yet occasional 5-foot plus waves. It has the float and mobility (even with the quad setup) to make steep drop-ins that I have been looking for in a shorter board. It looks like this will be the board I will be bringing to the beach for most days.



8/16/2012 9:15:00 PM
gregory dellalibera from queensland, australia says:

Out of the 5 years i have been riding different surfboards, including superfish xl epoxy in 8ft, this has to be the best board ever. I want now to trade my other superfish epoxy for the pe so i have 2 superfish boards in my quiver. Surf mainly dbar and the spit and always get a high wave count and better control on a wave. When it comes to bigger waves in 4ft and above it handles like a rollarcoaster on wheels. More time you spend on board you become more confident in catching bigger waves,better surf sessions which you spend more time in the water and leaving with a smile on your face.Thanks 7s for bringing out an awesome board.



7/7/2012 11:52:00 PM
Brian from California, USA says:

If this board were a car, it would be a BMW 135i--not a race car for the track, but a fast, tossable, and fun sports car for real world conditions. Real world conditions for me are 3-5 ft beach breaks with wildly variable wind, chop, and close-out. I am 5'9", 175 lbs, and a solid intermediate surfer. I was stepping down from a 7'10" funboard, and after a lot of research, decided on a 6'8" 7S Superfish ff. The result is a great balance of wave catching ability and fast under-foot response. Most importantly, my carving ability is improving with this board. I could have probably gone with the 6'6" with the amount float this board has, but then again I'm not quite yet a race car driver.



4/30/2012 7:05:00 PM
Dennis from NSW, Australia says:

I just had my 50th birthday Surfari up at Pt Plomer and was stoked to receive one of these babies as a gift by a good mate KB. Ive been riding a 8.1 McTavish Eight ball for the last 4years and thought what a great allround board in all conditions. Well the super fish ll FF is mind blowingly fast and responsive the deep concove and tail set up gives you incredible drive in all size waves. On the Saturday we had epic 5-6ft windless lefts at Delicate Nobbie and this board just went off caught waves like my 8.1 and just bit on backhand bottom turns holding on in the barrel great as well. This is a must have board even on the points at full tide this thing just plains so freakin beautifully making it thru flat sections. Just a great design top marks 7S



3/14/2012 3:36:00 AM
Graham Dunny Dunn from Victoria, Australia says:

I had a go of one of these things during a club long boarding comp. Matty from GSI showed up with a few demo boards for the boys to try out. One of these boards was the 7'3" 7S super fish with the ff construction.Some of the lads that gave it a go hadn't surfed a short board for over ten years and were raving about it.I thought I gotta try this thing out as I still surf short boards fairly regularly. It went fricken amazing, super fast and faster with each pump of the fins. The thing I usually dont like about fishes is thier inability to run propery through turns particularly on long drawn out cut backs. Not this baby I reckon I did one cut back on a two foot wave that went for ten meters back into the foam! I've ordered one through Serious Surf Stuff at inverloch and cant wait to get it. It paddled into waves as easily as my 9.0 HP long board and glides just as well but much much faster. Thanks heaps to Matty for the demo you're a legend!



3/11/2012 2:22:00 PM
Eddy from NSW, Australia says:

This board is truly amazing. I have been surfing around 18 months now and just sold a 6'5 Fat Burner and purchased the 6'0 Superfish. The carbon fibre is beautiful and super buoyant. At first i was worried about stepping down 5 inches but it has been the best thing i could have done. After 3 surfs on it I can now do property cut backs that were never possible on my 6'5. I can highly recommend this board. Its also great when sitting in the line up and about 4 people are paddling for the wave and I am the only one that gets on the wave due to the awesome float of the board. GET ONE NOW :)



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