Gerry Lopez Something Fishy Quad-fin Expand

Gerry Lopez Something Fishy Quad-fin

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Back in the early 1970s, Steve Lis created a surfboard design that has endured through the decades and is as valid today as it was almost 50 years ago.

Delivery Time: 24- 48 h

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799,00 €

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The Fish design has gone through just about every permutation and probably most shapers. The Something Fishy is a blend of the old template and Gerry's take on rails, bottom shape and rocker. We like how it works and, if you are a Fish lover, we think you might too.

Gerry Lopez grew up in the extraordinary place that was Hawai'i in the 1950s and 1960s. He played a part in the shortboard revolution of the late 1960s and early 1970s. He experienced the awe, fear and ultimate satisfaction of finding the tube in the early days at the Pipeline. He traveled for surf throughout the world: to the original surf camp at G-Land, the exotic islands off Sumatra and especially to the magic island of Bali, Indonesia - before it became a popular surf destination. He experienced the beginnings of windsurfing on Maui, the early years of snowboarding and tow-in surfing at Jaws.

Fast forward to today and Gerry is shaping some truely unique boards that keeps his surfing journey moving forward. This colletection of boards represents the quiver that he takes around the world to surf the ultimate breaks.

NameSomething Fishy
BrandSurftech
Fins Configuration4 FINS
Type of TailSwallow
Type of productRetro
Fin SystemFCSII
Delivery Time24- 48 h
ConstructionPU
Gerry Lopez Surfboards

Gerry Lopez grew up in the extraordinary place that was Hawai'i in the 1950s and 1960s. He played a part in the shortboard revolution of the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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