Over the last six years and hundreds of stops on their demo tour Channel Islands have learned a few things. One of those is that surfers sometimes want something simple, fun, and easy to ride.
Light single concave for the first 1/3 to deepening concave vee throughout. The Joe can be surfed off the rail or tail that has Al’s signature hip tail template to keep drive. Full rails keep high volume in a short outline.
Increase wave count, make more sections. The average Joe is geared towards the things that make surfing fun.
Channel Islands first and foremost is performance-based and athlete driven, but not everyone’s next paycheck hinges on how critical their equipment works.
|6' 1"||22 7/8 "||3"||47.5 L|