Firewire Hellrazor II Review

What the Firewire site says about the Hellrazor II:

‘Start with Hellrazor, a slightly shorter and wider board originally designed to replace your high performance shortboard. Give it to Timmy Reyes. Give it to Sally Fitzgibbons. Take their feedback. Put a little more volume under foot. Stretch out the length. Pull in the hips. Keep the mellow double concave and stepped rail. Apply it across a range of lengths. Release it as the Hellrazor II. The Hellrazor II is a high performance machine that directly incorporates the feedback of the world’s best surfers and puts it into a size that fits you.

That’s it. The Hellrazor II is a high performance machine that directly incorporates the feedback of the world’s best surfers and puts it into a size that fits you. Timmy and Sally have found competitive success on this exact formula and it stands as a high performance shortboard for competent to elite surfers. With progressive nose and tail rockers that you would expect to find in your normal shortboard, the thing that sets this board apart is the added volume in the middle of the board. The slightly domed deck and refined rails mean that the board paddles great without sacrificing response in steep, hollow and powerful surf.

Stick to your preferred performance volume with this one and get ready to dominate chest to well overhead surf.’

Image Source: FirewireSurfboards.com

Image Source: FirewireSurfboards.com

What people are saying about it:

The Original Hellrazor was a slightly wider and shorter version of your average performance shortboard. Following feedback from the Firewire pro team, a little more volume has been added underfoot, the hips have been pulled in and the length has been stretched to offer you an even closer representation of your typical high-performance machine… namely the Hellrazor II.” – Down The Line

I really like the look of the Hellrazor 2, I have a Hellfire and it’s one of the best boards I’ve had, I’m a huge fan of the step down rail thing in the tail that’s on both boards, really seems to work for me.” – Swellnet

It has a more refined rail and a narrower tail which holds really well. It also is a slightly wider board and holds the volume well under the chest, but doesn’t feel really chunky because of the refined rail, which means you can ride the hellrazor 2 with slightly more volume than usual.” – user daco87 on firewiresurfboards.com

Size Chart:

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