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Tuflite Surftech

Tuflite Surftech

Surftech has produced the strongest lightweight epoxy surfboards, blending ultra high performance with maximum durability. TUFLITE technology is revolutionizing the surfboard industry, and is being utilized by the best shapers in the world.

Surftech has joined in the quest started by Tom Blake and Bob Simmons to use the most advanced composite materials in the pursuit of the ultimate surfboard. The spectrum of shapers committed to Surftech in this technological revolution ranges from pioneers like Dale Velzy, Hobie Alter and Reynolds Yater, to the current masters of high performance shortboards like Al Merrick, John Carper and Phil Byrne.




  • Channel Islands MINI DC is a collaboration with Kalani Robb and MINI automotive.

    Combining passion for performance and fun, you get a versatile surfboard for a wide range of conditions.

    Ultra-relaxed rocker, wide nose, wide squash tail, thin rails, and aggressive single to double concave with vee out the tail.

    All the speed and wave catching ability of a traditional fish, but with the performance benefits of a squash tail.

    Working best in knee to head high surf and is best as your go to groveler.

    Construction: Fusion Dual-Core utilizes the lightest and strongest EPS core on the market. Lively and buoyant centre, while the PU foam inserts on the rails combined with the pop-flex stingers give you a natural feel and response


    Length 5'5"  Width 19.8"  Thickness 2.4"  Volume 29.7L

    Length 5'7"  Width 20.0"  Thickness 2.4"  Volume 31.8L

    Length 5'9"  Width 20.3"  Thickness 2.5"  Volume 34.1L

    Length 5'11" Width 20.5"  Thickness 2.7"  Volume 38.8L

    Length 6'1'" Width 21.0"  Thickness 2.9"  Volume 42.9L



  • Channel Islands has modernized the Flyer into a shorter wider package. This new-plan shape allows for the same volume in a shorter rail line. It keeps the forgiving 2-stage rocker and adds a spiral "V" starting in front of the fins to allow for rail-to-rail quickness.

    The 05 Channel Islands New Flyer, designed by Al Merrick in 1999, revolutionized high performance surfing in small waves.

    The New Flyer was named “SURFBOARD OF THE YEAR” by the Surf Industry Manufacturers Association!


    Length 5'10" Width  20.25   Thickness  2.44  Volume 30.4Ltr

    Length 6'0"   Width  20.8"   Thickness 2.6"    Volume 37.9L

    Length 6'2"   Width 21.25    Thickness 2.75   Volume 37.9

    Length 6'4"   Width 21.75    Thickness 2.89    Volume 41.7

    *Fins not included



  • Channel Islands Average Joe named "2014 SURFBOARD OF THE YEAR" by the Surf Industry Manufacturers Association!

    Sometimes we want something simple, fun, and easy to ride. This board has a light single concave for the first 1/3 to deepening concave vee throughout and can be surfed off the rail or tail. 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.

    Length 5'7"   Width 21.875    Thickness 2.625      Volume 36.5 ltr

    Length 5'11" Width 22.375"   Thickness 2.875      Volume 43.3 ltr

    Length 5'9"   Width 22.125    Thickness 2.75        Volume 39.8 ltr

    Length 6'1"   Width 22.8         Thickness 3            Volume 47.5 ltr

    *Fins not included

  • 6'10" JC Equalizer - This board rips! While the full nose, ample volume and extra ??Hawaiian?? entryrocker will allow you to catch waves easily, you??ll still be able to do full power arcs in critical sections.

    LENGTH: 6'10" 208.28 cm
    NOSE: 12.8" 32.51 cm
    MID: 20" 50.80 cm
    TAIL: 14.6" 37.08 cm
    THICK: 2.5" 6.35 cm
    VOLUME: 39cc
    TECHNOLOGY: Tuflite

  • 5'10" FISH XANADU - This board has a flatter entry rocker with a rounder outline, "wider nose, wider tail" to make up for the shorter length of the board. This board should be ridden 8" shorter than a performance shortboard. It also has a flatter deck which makes the rails fuller for more buoyancy and for a better performance in smaller, flatter waves. The bottom uses a flat vee to double concave for quick projection down the line.

    FINS: Future 
    TECHNOLOGY: Tuflite


    Length      Nose       Mid       Tail        Thickness   
    5'10" 17" 21.75" 17" 2.5"
    6'0" 17 1/4” 22” 17 1/4” 2 1/2”

  • 6'4" JC Peter Mel Machine - Built for Peter Mel, with a wider nose and tail and medium entry rocker, this board is a high performance shortboard for a bigger surfer. Great for the bigger surfers that want to rip or the rest of us that just want to catch waves a bit easier, SO WE CAN RIP!

    LENGTH: 6'4" 193.04 cm
    NOSE: 11.9" 30.23 cm
    MID: 19.35" 49.15 cm
    TAIL: 14.5" 36.83 cm
    THICK: 2.35" 5.97 cm
    VOLUME: 30cc

  • $1,199.00
  • Length: 6'2"
    Width: 20.38"
    Thickness: 2.44"
    Volume: N/A

    *colour may vary*

  • The key word for this model is versatility. Its rounded pintail and trifin set up is perfect for any turn you throw. This board excels in waves that range from ankle high to well overhead.

    Length: 9'2"
    Width: 22 1/4"
    Thick: 2.94"
    Volume: 69L

  • 9'0" TAK HACKMAN BEACH BREAK - The Jeff Hakman Model was produced to withstand any wave size and any maneuver the rider wishes to perform. The difference here can be seen in how Jeff likes to turn. Hard, rail burried and speedy. The tail instead of being rounded pin, is a squash tail so that the rider can utilize abrupt changes of direction without losing any speed.

    Nose Width 17.75"
    Width 22.375"
    Tail Width 14.25"
    Thick 2.63"
    Volume 63 ltr
    Fin System FCS
    Board Shaper Donald Takayama

  • 9'6" G&S Noserider - Allows smooth, free-flowing maneuvers and endless noserides. Great for the stylist who wants "Old School" roots enhanced by all we've learned over the past forty years about rocker flow and rail design. A great all-around board for small to medium surf.
    Board Nose Width 18 3/8"
    Board Width 23"
    Board Tail Width 15 1/4"
    Board Thick 3"
    Board Volume 78 ccm
    Board Fin System Surf 10"
    Board Shaper L. Gordon

    **Colours May Vary**

  • 9'6" Jacobs Noserider - Built for stability and noseriding with slight kick in the nose and tail for enhanced paddling and wave catching. If you like stability and to stay on the nose this old school shape is ideal. Good for small to mid conditions.
    Board Nose Width 18 7/8"
    Board Width 22 1/2"
    Board Tail Width 14 3/4"
    Board Thick 2 7/8"
    Board Volume 72 ccm
    Board Fin System Surf 10"
    Board Shaper Hap Jacobs

    **Colours May Vary**

    Only Colour Left White With Red Stripe

  • 9'4" DTNR - The Diamond Tail Nose Rider is the best of both traditional design and con-temporary performance. Single fin with a straight vee bottom, rolled rails and slight concave through nose. No excuses, this rides with a classic log feel, designed for California style surf conditions.