Global Surf Industries, in conjunction with Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, are proud to offer a limited production run of this very unique design of the world famous Super Fish.
The board looks AMAZING, and is available in both Super Fish and Super Fish XL sizes.
20% of every sale goes to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to help protect the world's oceans.
About the Super Fish:
The Super Fish is a phenomenon! It is loved by thousands of surfers around the world who have bought one since we launched the board a couple of years ago.
The secret to the success of the Super Fish is in its design. The most obvious one is the step deck, this give the board a huge buoyancy advantage but leave the board with high performance rails. Secondly the bottom of the board features low entry rocker that feeds into a full length concave that helps the board get up and plane quickly. This feeds through to a double in the back to help get the most out of turns. The Super Fish will help you make sections that you never have before, it is fast and smooth.
All boards are glassed with a 2 x 4oz deck and 1 x 4oz bottom with a patch on the fin area. We give the boards either the silky smooth Pro or Gloss Polish finish and they come standard with FCS M7 Quad Glassflex Series fins.
NOTE: all rider weights are based on board volume and intermediate rider skill level.
4/25/2012 2:32:00 AM
Silvio from Spain, Spain says:
I get the chance to try the superfish 5'9 in mexico and fell in love with it. I got my superfish 6'0 Epoxy nearly 1 year ago. I was going for the 5'9, but could not find it in Epoxy here in Europe. I though that with the mediterranean waves a bigger (and pretty fat) board could work better, so I finally decided to get my 6'0. At the beginning I was a bit disappointed by the choice of the epoxy, it looked less flexible than what I was hoping. But I've been taking easily so many waves while the other mediterranean surfers were straggling on their shortboards that I realized it was the best choice I've ever taken. When the waves get bigger than 1,50/2 meters it is not the best board I've ever ridden, but in smaller (or less powerful) waves it is a real deal. It really helped improving my surf, probably because I've been taking many more waves than with another board. Now that I'm beginning to make some good curves I'm starting to think about a board with a little less foam, but this board is going to be my first choice most of the time when the waves are not too big. It is funny, fast and easy! I can say I'm totally satisfied... I just need to buy another new board, but I'll never leave my superfish!
5/30/2011 5:59:00 PM
Sean from -, Wales UK says:
Had my 6'0 superfish for a few months now, and it has improved my surfing 100%. Such a versatile little board... it never disappoints! Mostly used her in sloppy North Wales surf, with too much wind or two little size, but the Superfish will catch anything and keep speed over the most dead sections. Handles its own in bigger stuff too, and I haven't had any need to change her out of the Quad set up as it absolutely fliesI ts pushed my wave count way up and helped me progress and start carving and pumping down the line. Construction seems seamless, no issues so far. A few pressure depressions on the deck, but thats expected if you want to get the most hours on the water.. maybe go for the epoxy if your worried. This board isn't a fad or a faze.. its a revolution.
9/26/2010 4:48:00 AM
Jim Thomas from Texas, USA says:
Got my 8' just in time for some sweet 4 foot swells rolling in Quintana near Freeport, Texas. It took only 8 days from online order to delivery through the Sea Shepard store. I could tell right away that it was built with craftsmanship and care. The board paddles like my 9'4" mal but pivots around for the take off like a board much shorter. Having surfed since the late 60's and going through several surfboard revolutions, I always thought the twin fin was the best set up for Texas surf. So I went for the quad set up hoping for that kind top turning, rail-to- rail maneuverability. The board did not disappoint. It took off like a jet and responded quickly and positively to my every input. I have to say that it feels like my board has secrets to unlock and that it will be delivering greater thrills each session as I learn to unleash its possibilities.
5/13/2010 7:14:00 PM
tim from nsw, australia says:
i'm 6'5 95kg and i've been riding the 6'3 on and off over the last couple years as a back up board,in anything upto 5ft and it works a treat everytime i ride it.GREAT LITTLE BOARD.I wouldn't mind giving the 6'0 go
4/24/2010 6:01:00 AM
Robert from Alberta, Canada says:
I live in Canada (season snowboarder & skateboarder) i go surfing for 2 weeks every 3 months. A 6-3’ superfish is my first and only surfboard. It was/is great board to learn on, very buoyant. Everyone said not to get a shortboard as a first surfboard but I had no problem getting up and eventually carving around after my first week on it. Duck diving is a breeze with it.