|FISH 8’11” X 32”|
|Length||276 cm / 8’11”|
|Width||81.2 cm / 32”|
|Carbon Weight||8.4kg (+/-6%)|
|Bamboo Weight||8.9 kg (+/-6%)|
|AST Weight||9.2 kg (+/-6%)|
|Center Fin||12.5 cm US box|
|Side Fin||2 x FCS 11.9 cm|
Fish 8'11 x 32"
Please choose an option:
Carbon, Bamboo and AST Model
RRP IS $3,000 for the Carbon, $2,300 for Bamboo model and $1,800 for the AST
So buy now at our fantastic price
Dedicated for surf, the FISH line has amazing floatation ability combined with a thin rail. Exocet have managed to integrate a flat deck into a tiny concave under the front foot for stability and the deck plan has been pushed as much to each side as possible. From there they have integrated the rail in such a way as to make it as thin as possible. The FISH will surprise you as much by its floatation as by its ability to turn on a dime
Carbon Board under side
Carbon Fish Nose with full carbon fibre construction weave
- Carbon Fish 8'11
Great for taking in the surf, or if there is too much wind to paddle, then Windsurf. Use the drop down menu at the bottom of the page to see the different construction methods, colours and prices.
"The guy I was telling you about (Ben Nettles) paddled the 8'11 (henceforth called "The Fish") today and is frothing at the mouth for one. He was catching these little knee to thigh-high waves and working the Fish up and down them like it was a surfboard! He said to tell you he is 'definitely' Team Exocet and wants to know when he can buy one. He's selling his Corban ASAP! I told him we had some coming for the OR show in Utah and maybe he could get one of those when we get back. Ben is a bigger guy but said that Fish is more stable than his 9'2 Corban... "Cool beans" and thought you would like to know that it's looking like you have a real WINNER on your hands."
Review: I was able to get out on the 30" wide 8'11 as the wind (FINALLY) let up enough for the waves to line up a bit. Conditions were 'waist to rib' and wind was SSE at around 15mph but I was up near the rocks at the North Jetty...
> Flotation: No problem for this 185 pound paddler; I think I may have fallen in once and the conditions were anything but perfect.
> Paddling: Yaws from 'side to side' quite a bit, but that's to be expected with ANY sub-nine footer.
> Catching Waves: No problem at all; caught just about everything I paddled for.
> Manoeuvrability: Oh my God! This board is AMAZING! The best way to describe it: is that it's an extension of YOU; you think it and it does it...
> Speed: Though the waves were not big, I was able to generate plenty of speed to make sections (but larger surf will be required to really make a qualified judgment.
All in all, I love this board and can't wait to get it into some larger, cleaner surf... Job well done guys... Paddle on, JD
BAMBOO FISH 8'11