Channel Islands Water Hog Review

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What the Channel Islands site says about the Water Hog:

“A best seller for 10 years, this mini-longboard bridges the gap between the more performance oriented M-13 hybrid model and our longboard line. Low entry rocker for trimming and enough tail rocker to stay high performance. Bottom goes from flat entry with concave, to vee out the tail.”

Image Source: Channel Islands

Image Source: Channel Islands

What people are saying about it:

“Over the years I have owned both PU and several tuflite versions of this model. Had a custom 9’0 that I should have never sold because it was an amazing all arounder. Never cared for the tuflite versions until I found an older and heavier example of the 7’10. The extra weight gives it a bit of needed glide so it’s now a keeper as it does work really well in southern California waves.”
– User Church Surfer on Surfscience.com

“Excellent hybrid/funboard. I have the 7.10 in Tuflite and it catches waves easily and has been great to learn and progress on. Surprisingly maneuverable for how stable it is.” – User Seenyourcrash on Surfscience.com

“I am catching tons of waves, popping up well, and riding along the green. I want to start carving!” – User Toni on Surfscience.com

“If you dont know what funboard to get. This is the board you should invest in. You wont regret it. I have had multiple funboards, but this is by far the best” – User Harry the azn rednk on Surfscience.com

“Very versitile board, good wave catcher and super fun and manueverable. everything is better with a bit of Bacon.” – User Hamish on Surfscience.com

Size Chart:

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