Campbell Brothers Bonzer Eggs are some the best surfboards ever.
Incorporating the Max McDonald Elevated Wing for high level performance.
Fin boxes has made travel easier for the Bonzer enthusiast.
Shown: FCS Bonzer siderunners and FCS Fusion system.
Shown: True Ames Bonzer 6.5″ fin in classic Bahne center box.
People often ask if they can ride an FCS Bonzer as a quad. The answer is NO. It’s a 5 fin Bonzer.
6’6″ X 20 1/2″ X 2 5/8″
Campbell Brothers e-wing 5 fin Bonzer egg Shaped by Malcolm Campbell in Oxnard, California Built at Moonlight Glassing in San Marcos, California Resin tint w/deck patch. Fine wetsand gloss finish (not shiny). FCS Fusion fin system w/FCS Bonzer siderunner fins: clicky Ride with 6.5″ or 7″ True Ames center Bonzer fin: clicky Plant your back foot in line with the e-wing and be astonished by this high performance vehicle. Available at Surfy Surfy Surf Shop in Leucadia, California Or, via our fancy online store: clicky clicky *this board includes all 5 fins ($150 value) Surfy online store Bonzer Finventory: clicky
Surfy Soul Team rider Jeff Nelson jamming on a Bonzer5 egg.
Campbell Brothers 5 fin Bonzer e-wing eggs surfboards are the real “speed eggs”. The deep double concaves work with the fin cluster as one functional system, efficiently organizing water flow. For some reason many speed eggs are slow, Bonzer eggs are designed to connect sections down the line and surf the wave as a complete whole, not in ticky tacky moments.
These Bonzer eggs incorporate Max McDonald’s Elevated Wing or E-Wing. The e-wing gets you up and down the face of the wave more quickly and easily than a basic egg.
Built at the Moonlight/Christenson factory where the people making Bonzer surfboards ride Bonzer surfboards.
This nifty 5’8″ Campbell Bros 5 fin Bonzer Octafish is a stock board. 5’8″ x 20 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ Plant your back foot in line with the elevated wing and ZAP! It’s available via our fancy online store: clicky
New in stock: 5’10” Campbell Bros Bonzer5 Octafish 5’10” x 20 3/4″ x 2 1/2″ The Octafish is notta Fish. Powered by the 5 fin Bonzer system the Octafish likes to get vertical and shreddy and isn’t afraid of hollow sections. Plant your back foot in line with the elevated wing, putting you right above the fin cluster and concaves and off you go. You can do some spray watchin’ like our filmmaker friend Mark Jeremias. This board is available via our online store: clicky clicky