What the Infinity Surfboards site says about the Tombstone:
‘This mini-simmons style twin is easily the fastest planing surf vessel we’ve ever ridden.
Minimal effort get’s this board flying down the line. Lots of stuff going on here. Parallel outline provides less drag with twin-fin keels. The deck features a blended “S” deck providing a thin nose and tail while maintaining the volume under the chest for paddling and a thin angular rail that meets the water. The bottom has a rolled hull entry for planning that blends into a single concave exit.
The weirdest most fun board we make.’
What people are saying about it:
“The Tombstone doesn’t feel like your regular bar of soap surfboard. It’s definitely skatey, and meant to be ridden short and thick, but the Tombstone goes rail to rail with a lot more power than you’d expect, so you can throw a lot of spray when you dig into your turns.” – thesurfersview.com
“WiLd!” – Jeff GOod on Facebook
“Today I got this beauty! The best wave I’ve ever had! Starting to think it has something to do with the boards under my feet. This one – Infinity Tombstone. Short, fast and loose. Simply just tons of fun!!” – Karsten Krongaard on Facebook
“A total wave catcher and flies down the line riding like a skateboard. Tons of fun and can be used at just about any break.” – minisimmonssurfboards.com
“For the record, I have caught the fever myself. I have one Tombstone and one Phoenix already on order with Infinity. With the type of waves we get in Texas, these boards are ideal.” – supgladiator.com
4’10” x 21″ x 2.65″ x 32.3L
5’0” x 21.25″ x 2.65″ x 33.8L
5’2” x 21.25″ x 2.75″ x 36.3L
5’4” x 21.5″ x 2.88″ x 39.7L
5’6” x 21.65″ x 2.88″ x 40.9L
5’8” x 21.75″ x 2.88″ x 42.8L
5’10” x 22″ x 2.88″ x 44.4L
6’ x 22.25″ x 2.88″ x 46.3L
Here are videos we found of the Infinity Tombstone:
Here are Instagram pictures we found:
Do you own an Infinity Tombstone? Tell us about your experience!