We have a couple of these Channel Islands Robber models at Surfy Surfy. They are a thinned out version of the MTF (Merrick Twin Finner).
This one is 6’0′ x 19 1/2″ x 2 1/2″.
Groovy stencil airbrush by Peter St Pierre.
5’7″ Channel Islands Gravy. 19 1/2″ wide x 2 9/16″ thick. The Gravy is similar to the CI Biscuit but with much thinner rails. Glassed with premium 1st quality materials because your Gravy should last. Endorsed by the skinny goofyfoot with the crazy hair so you know it shreds.
This super fancy Channel Islands Fishcuit is thick and wide for small wave shredding.
6’0″ x 21″ x 3″
Shaped by robots and glassed by the humans at Moonlight Glassing.
Airbrush by Peter St Pierre
Gloss and polish. Futures fin system.
Looky at what we gots down at Surfy Surfy. It’s the 1980’s Tom Curren model, the Red Beauty from Channel Islands. This is a replica of what Curren rode back in the day. Remember how Curren used to stoke you out? Yeah, us too!
Old school surfing on a Red Beauty.
Modern surfing on a Red Beauty.
See also: Black Beauty
This one is for all the friends of Surfy Surfy who dig the blog and like the new shop but still aren’t convinced to ride anything but 3 fins. The Taylor Knox model from Channel Islands is a Surfy Surfy approved. It features a modified deep double concave Bonzer bottom for speeding around sections and carving up the lip. The outline is sublimely perfect and the rails are crispy and delicious.
This board features the Lokbox fin system and includes Taylor’s personalized fin template.
Taylor Knox has been a good friend for over 20 years and we are stoked to stock his signature surfboard.