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If you love the feel of your Ghost and Phantom, but want a shorter, chunkier board for smaller surf the Gremlin is the board you are gonna want!
Based off the Ghost DNA, it’s the Step-Down cousin to the Phantom, with lots of extra volume packed into a shorter, wider, flatter rockered package designed for quick acceleration, easily sustained speed and great paddle power.
The Gremlin was made to get you excited about surfing on the days that are less-than-epic, and also to give you a taste of FunFormance that will get you fired up in any kind of surf.
The wider outline is complimented by a low entry rocker for easy speed and glide through the weakest, slowest sections, but we left curve through the tail rocker to keep it performance oriented and add to maneuverability.The bottom runs from single to double concave, with a nice bit of Vee running of the tail.This makes it a board that paddles easy, gets up and goes fast, and still has a snappy, drivey, high-performance feel to get you the most out of every wave you catch.Higher level surfers will want to ride this board as much as 4-6 inches below their height (and find that it actually has a full on high-performance side to it). A more intermediate level surfer will want to stick to something around their height.It’s also a great transitional board for the more beginner surfer who is ready to take the step away from their longboard (or whatever they have been riding) to a more FUNformance design! Whatever length suits you, it is meant to be ridden wider and thicker then your shortboard
Use our custom board builder to build your perfect board – PU or Electralite, size, 3 or 5 fin, coloured rails, coloured deck, coloured underside, coloured fin plugs (futures), FCS or Futures the choice is yours! Don’t be boring and add some colour into your surfing.
I have personally surfed this board (5.9 PU) and was blown away by it’s range and hold as well as its general grovelling ability in weak high tide waves. So many times over the years i have been caught out on other grovellers by either waves increasing in size or getting steeper as the tide changed. The gremlin handled overhead waves with ease and even airdrops. You can really lay into the turns and put it on rail rather than the usual nursing turns with most grovellers. Watch the Noel Salas review below for a more in depth review.
|5’3″||19 3/8″||2 5/16″||26.10L|
|5’4″||19 1/2″||2 3/8″||27.50L|
|5’5″||19 5/8″||2 3/8″||28.20L|
|5’6″||19 3/4″||2 7/16″||29.50L|
|5’7″||19 7/8″||2 7/16″||30.20L|
|5’9″||20 1/4″||2 1/2″||32.50L|
|5’10”||20 3/8″||2 9/16″||33.90L|
|5’11”||20 5/8″||2 9/16″||34.90L|
|6’0″||20 3/4″||2 5/8″||36.50L|
|6’2″||20 7/8″||2 11/16″||38.70L|
|6’6″||21 1/4″||2 7/8″||44.20L|
Koa Smith Tearing up the North Shore on his 5’2″ Gremlin