The Plunder is a fuller-plane shape board designed to bring versatility and fun to smaller waves. Lots of surface area makes this board effortless to paddle – this added volume and its unique contours and outline allow it to trim with surprising speed in the weakest conditions. Despite its fuller outline, the Plunder packs a performance punch in its diamond tail and slight exit rocker, allowing it to respond when a section lines up.
The JS Nitro HYFI was designed as a small-wave weapon. Innovative HYFI construction makes for a lighter, stronger and faster board that will take your surfing up a notch. A flat rocker and fuller nose lets you generate and maintain speed through the flattest sections of smaller waves, while foiled rails and a slightly pulled in tail retain overall performance and sensitivity throughout the back of the board, allowing you to attack any section that lines up.
The Nitro HYFI features a single concave running into a double between the fins to provide more lift and liveliness and a smoother transition from rail to rail. The five-fin set up allows you to customise the fin configuration depending on the conditions. The full rails reduce catching and increase speed in and out of choppy or soft sections
The latest update on the Nitro small-wave board, the JS Psycho Nitro HYFI extracts most speed and performance possible on small and mushy waves. Innovative HYFI construction makes for a lighter, stronger and faster board that will take your surfing up a notch.
The Psycho Nitro is a modern twist on one of JS’ most loved summer boards, the Nitro. The Psycho Nitro has everything that makes it such a great small wave board – a full nose, flat rocker and deep channels for maximising speed, lift and glide – while the pulled in swallowtail gives it a little more twang and performance out the tail.
A staff favourite at Kannon Beach, the Pod Mod will take your surfing up a notch. We’ve tried, tested and been stoked on this board in a range of conditions. Whether it’s a breezy summer beach break day or a heaving nor’easter swell in the depths of winter, the Pod Mod can handle it.
The Pod Mod design is a heavily modified Pod, designed to be ridden even shorter and wider than the original, catering to the surfer that wants a little more volume forward to catch waves but doesn’t want to sacrifice performance. The tail has been widened for small wave glide, and the original single to double concave has been replaced with a flat entry to concave vee for quick rail to rail transitions.
$660.00 – $675.00
The High 5 was cooked up by CI staff to be fun and forgiving but with performance sprinkled in. Designed to be a quicker and nimbler offspring of the Average Joe, the High 5 will pad your wave count and still allow for rail work and section making. The bottom is single concave entry to deep double through the fins and terminating with deep concave vee out the tail. Comes stock with 5 fin boxes and can be ridden as a quad or thruster. You can ride the High 5 however you want, but CI staff generally ride it about 3” to 5” shorter than our height.
“The Rocket9 outline has the wide point forward a bit and the tail is pulled in making it super snappy and maneuverable. The swallow gives a great fast release as well. One of the major desires for this board was I wanted was to go fast and then turn hard when I wanted in waves ranging from super average California beach breaks all the way to grinding little tubes. It’s one of the most versatile boards I have ever ridden.” – Dane Gudauskas