Infinity High 5 Review

What the Infinity Surfboards site says about the High 5:

‘This is a thinner, narrower, “step up” version of our famed “5F” model.

People love the 5F so much they tend to ride it all the time, including when the conditions might not be the best match.

Compared to the 5F, the High5 has a thinner foil and curvier rocker. The tail features a step in the outline behind the bump to quickly take out unwanted volume for response and bite.

Ride this board 4-6″ shorter than standard.

Many 5F lovers have been replacing the standard short board with this model.

Dave is 5’10” and 155lbs. He rides the 5’4″ x 19 x 2 1/4″ High5 in the video below.’

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Image Source: InfinitySurf.com

Image Source: InfinitySurf.com

What people are saying about it:

Sticking with this pair longer than any other rides. Not the latest koolaid but frickin work for me in all local SoCal conds I care to partake in. The colored one is epoxy and the std white one is poly. I can ride the epoxy in everything until it either gets real bumpy choppy or starts heaving way overhead then I’ll go poly. Both easily go vert despite the fuller noses. Dunno why these work so well for me but don’t care because I actually believe I’m restoring some youthfulness to my surfing.” – user squattyfk on Surfer Mag

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