BAD FISH

SHELBY Surfboards

Description

The “bad fish” is a performance version of a classic twin fin with a generous swallow tail and a typical beak nose.
The bottom contours begin from flat to a single concave and shifts into a spiral vee that extends through the twin keels and out the swallow.
The rail design offers high maneuverability over a classic fish and good hold for the bigger or hollower days.
Having the wide point forward and plenty of foam under the chest area, the board offers an easy paddle and wave catch, plus with the refined foil and rails, the board can be used not only for mushy or small surf, but for powerful and pocket surfing.

Rocker info Low entry rocker
Rail info forgiving rail type tapering along the tail about 5 inches above the fins
Bottom info The bottom contours begin from flat to a single concave and quickly shifts into a spiral vee that extends through the twin keels and out the swallow.
Wave height 0.5 - 1.5m
4/5
Paddle power
5/5
Drive speed
5/5
Maneuverability
Starts from 600 €
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