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Fly like a bird with the nimbleness of a fish.

A beach-bound upbringing by his Aussie folks is what made Mark Richards a four-time surfing champion and legendary shaper. The Mark Richards Flying Fish Surfboard blends his most popular and aggressive fish shape cut around a Tuflite core for high-speed assaults in small(ish) surf. Low-entry rocker in the full nose, single-to-double concave that runs into a V-spine, and a thruster set-up under the pulled-in swallow tail is what makes this floaty Epoxy board the number-one choice for aggressive surfers looking for the ideal blend of performance and durability.
  • Durable Tuflite EPS (fused-cell) core helps eliminate the possibility of water absorption if you crack the epoxy coating

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Your specs list this as a 7'6" but I'm...

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Your specs list this as a 7'6" but I'm only given the option to purchase a 6'6". Which is it? Because I'll buy a 7'6" version right now if you have one in stock.

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What is the volume of the 7'6"?

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What is the volume of the 7'6"?

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weird, but to each his own.

this board is super long and skinny for a fish, and rides nothing like a fish. It turns like a fun board, has more stability with thrusters instead of a two fin fish set up. I don't like the way it rides on rail and its too much of a log for my liking. Plus epoxy is a wreck to fix, expensive and looks ugly when fixed.