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Our Patented Carbon Wrap construction eliminates a standard wooden stringer and alters all traditional flex principles.
Our exclusive Carbon bands are strategically positioned running from nose to tail on the surfboard.
Flaring the carbon out towards the rail utilizes the contortional twist creating optimum flex and drive. It is the unique method of wrapping these carbon bands from the bottom of the board, and around the rail onto the deck that provides the unique load and release.
The carbon wrap technology is designed to increase drive and allow positive tail flex providing a lively, next level performance based board that will propel your surfing into the next level.

Who= Who should be riding this model

When= When should this model be ridden

What= What this model is about

Who: Beginners whom have the fundamental “pup-up” down to advanced surfers will love this board. Beginners/intermediates will size the board longer in length to provide the needed stability and forgiveness where higher end intermediate/advanced surfers will drop on average 3-5” in length to keep this model nimble and maneuverable.

When: Ride the Puddle Fish when the conditions are lackluster and you need a board to paddle well, create speed, and have tons of drive. Ideal range is the poor to average conditions varying from about knee to rib high. Surfers able to ride the Puddle Fish at a shorter length will be able to go into slightly larger waves when conditions aren’t too punchy or hollow.

What: The Puddle Fish is here to go fast and make the most out of minimal conditions. Much like other models in the Puddle Jumper family, the Puddle Fish has a forward wide point that’s positioned under the chest/front foot area of the deck and a relaxed overall rocker that provides exceptional paddle power, easy wave catching abilities, and immediate speed. The tail block has been widened when compared to the PJ Squash that creates a more parallel rail line that provides more drive when turning. This is because a more parallel rail line equates to more of the rail submerging into the wave face when turning and the more rail that is engaged creates more push or drive in the direction you are turning. When you add the single to double concave it allows a wider nose and wide-tail board to still feel nimble and responsive by encouraging the board to transition from rail to rail and help one maneuver it. The final bit is the “inverted swallow” tail which is how the board can have the wide tail block for planning and glide but the unique swallow shape still provides bite and hold when surfing at speed and or when a steeper section is presented.