Channel Islands The Fishcuit Review

What the Channel Islands site says about The Fishcuit:

‘Originally developed with Rob Machado in late 2007, the Fishcuit rapidly became the favorite alternative board for team riders, putting fun back into those grovel sessions. Ride your Fishcuit approximately 6-8 inches shorter than your normal shortboard. Custom order ONLY.’

Image Source: CISurfboards.com

Image Source: CISurfboards.com

Image Source: Product Review

Image Source: Product Review

Image Source: Compare Surfboards

Image Source: Compare Surfboards

What people are saying about it:

I’ve had the most fun with this board on head high waves with walls that seem endless. Board can really cook.” – user Rob MB on YouTube

Surfed a Fishcuit earlier today in marginal surf and found it to be super fun, and though it catches waves like a retro fish, it feels faster and more maneuverable.” – user Churchsurfer on Surf Science

The Channel Islands Fishcuit. Another blast from the past, the Fishcuit is still standing…still strong…still a great option in small, gutless surf!” – Compare Surfboards

Very fast and skatey feel, but catches waves easily, takes some adjustment due to width of tail and low rocker but very fun after getting used to the ride. Makes crappy surf fun!” – user poidog on Product Review

I’m so keen to get a fishcuit for next summer! I surfed a mate’s board that is similar to the fishcuit and they are a blast!” – user Jonny D on Drumbull’s Surfing Blog

Size Chart:

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