KOAL CLASSIC FISH
THE TIMELESS FUNBOARD
A versatile shape that withstands time in the progression of surfer designs and constructions. A clean bottom, fast rockerline, and smooth rails combined with the swallowtail Fish profile allows it to ride loose, breaking free on the top of the lip, yet still responsive for a bottom turn drive that will get you there on time. You’ll get recreational level ease and stability from this smooth ride – a perfect board for us inlanders looking for wake slashing adaptability. A ride for all styles and abilities.
The building block to a surf constructed surfer wrapped in wood laminates for improved dampening.
Added top water speed with increased buoyancy for a rider that wants a traditional surf feel in the waterline.
Smooth predictable arcs for a floaty surf feel.
+Fin – S System
+Fiberglass Fin Construction
+Machined EVA Front / Rear Pad
+Handmade by Robots
A fast, responsive style of board where the rider’s position is centered with a more balanced body. These sharp rail, thin profiled boards react quicker for people that don’t have a lot of time to waste. Preferred by surfers that like to have more feel with their board itself – and not just on fins. They can break free easier for 360’s on the water or shuvits off it. A more forgiving style of board when riding behind a steep wake because you typically ride this style of board at a shorter length (making it less likely to dunk the nose). Because of how speedy these models are – you can get away with a shorter, lightweight length.
For riders that like a little bit of everything. They want to generate power through their bottom turns, but still be able to leave the waterline quickly and easily. A growing style of wakesurfing designed for bigger airs leaving the wake but can still lock in for a proper cutback.
Toss some buckets with some smooth, linked turns inspired by your favorite saltwater surfer. Traditional surf shapes have a thicker profile and a mellower rail/bevel allowing a rider to pivot a turn more from their back foot and are best ridden with either a deeper fin, or multiple fins. Riders usually apply more pressure on the back half of the board and generate more force through a turn. Still very capable of doing tricks on and off the water – just with a fluid like feel.
Weight Range (lbs)
|Up to 175
|Up to 205