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Channel Islands CI 2.PRO ECT PU Surfboard

$1,199.00

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Channel Islands CI 2.PRO ECT PU Surfboard

 

The 2023 Stab in the Dark winner, the CI 2.Pro.  The 2.Pro boasts the same outline and bottom contours that won the 2022 SITD, with Jack Robinson, but utilizes a reduced overall rocker to better match the surfing style and waves we believed would be on offer for 2023.

When launching the CI Pro, both rockers had been tested and proven to work well in a wide array of conditions.  Since that time we have discovered that much of our team likes the CI Pro curve and others prefer the 2.Pro curve, both being widely used by the team globally for over a year.  While considering the waves to be surfed in the 2022 SITD we thought the more rockered out version would complement the power and shape of the waves in Hawaii, as well as Jack Robinson’s surfing.  When looking at this years’ contest, we had a sneaking suspicion the surfer was Italo Ferreira.  Taking into consideration his style of surfing and the wide variety of waves that might be encountered in Brazil, we felt that the slightly less rockered 2.Pro would be the right fit.

Maintaining the goal of ultimate performance, the 2.Pro introduces added speed via the reduced rocker, making it easier to surf for a wider range of surfers in a greater variety of waves.  Having a ¼” less overall rocker compared to the CI Pro, the 2.Pro maintains the same subtle single concave to slight double through the fins allowing the board to sit in the water and create that familiar connected feeling through transitions.  

Our experience has been, if someone was a fan of the CI Pro, the 2.Pro enhances their quiver as some team riders will order the 2.Pro for lesser conditions; if someone was intimidated by the CI Pro, the 2.Pro opens up new possibilities to them.

 


About this board:


Construction: ECT PU (Read more about ECT below)
Glassing: Stock: Prolite - 6oz deck/ 4 oz bottom = strength of a Ultralight: 4+4/4
Fin Boxes: FCS2/Futures x 3 (Choose option above - Fins not included)
Tail shape: Squash Tail
Dimensions/Litres: See size graph above

 

 

About Eco Carbon Tech

Channel Island's Eco Carbon Tech (ECT) construction creates a livlier PU/PE or EPS epoxy board.

Using a carbon resin that allows for a more traditional feeling flex pattern, albeit a more dynamic one that enhances any board’s performance.

Compression tested, ECT is 15% stronger than a standard lamination. The best feeling boards are equally balanced deck and bottom, often times why a team rider uses single 4oz deck with a single 4oz bottom. Unfortunately, single 4oz decks are not durable enough for the average surfer. ECT allows us to bring the performance of a single layer of glass with the durability of two layers.

ECT is more familiar feeling than other type of carbon build ECT is more familiar feeling than other type of carbon build. Most carbon-built boards are quite stiff, and don’t dent on the deck, which creates a rigid shell around the board, making its flex foreign feeling. 

ECT enhances the level of performance you’ve been accustomed to from your standard shortboard 

 

 

About Channel Islands (Al Merrick):


Since 1969, Channel Islands Surfboards has been dedicated to performance and quality through hard work, innovation, and originality. Over the last 43 years, Channel Islands has grown from a local grass-roots operation to a cutting edge organization, catering to the best surfers in the world.



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Channel Islands

Channel Islands CI 2.PRO ECT PU Surfboard

$1,199.00

Channel Islands CI 2.PRO ECT PU Surfboard

 

The 2023 Stab in the Dark winner, the CI 2.Pro.  The 2.Pro boasts the same outline and bottom contours that won the 2022 SITD, with Jack Robinson, but utilizes a reduced overall rocker to better match the surfing style and waves we believed would be on offer for 2023.

When launching the CI Pro, both rockers had been tested and proven to work well in a wide array of conditions.  Since that time we have discovered that much of our team likes the CI Pro curve and others prefer the 2.Pro curve, both being widely used by the team globally for over a year.  While considering the waves to be surfed in the 2022 SITD we thought the more rockered out version would complement the power and shape of the waves in Hawaii, as well as Jack Robinson’s surfing.  When looking at this years’ contest, we had a sneaking suspicion the surfer was Italo Ferreira.  Taking into consideration his style of surfing and the wide variety of waves that might be encountered in Brazil, we felt that the slightly less rockered 2.Pro would be the right fit.

Maintaining the goal of ultimate performance, the 2.Pro introduces added speed via the reduced rocker, making it easier to surf for a wider range of surfers in a greater variety of waves.  Having a ¼” less overall rocker compared to the CI Pro, the 2.Pro maintains the same subtle single concave to slight double through the fins allowing the board to sit in the water and create that familiar connected feeling through transitions.  

Our experience has been, if someone was a fan of the CI Pro, the 2.Pro enhances their quiver as some team riders will order the 2.Pro for lesser conditions; if someone was intimidated by the CI Pro, the 2.Pro opens up new possibilities to them.

 


About this board:


Construction: ECT PU (Read more about ECT below)
Glassing: Stock: Prolite - 6oz deck/ 4 oz bottom = strength of a Ultralight: 4+4/4
Fin Boxes: FCS2/Futures x 3 (Choose option above - Fins not included)
Tail shape: Squash Tail
Dimensions/Litres: See size graph above

 

 

About Eco Carbon Tech

Channel Island's Eco Carbon Tech (ECT) construction creates a livlier PU/PE or EPS epoxy board.

Using a carbon resin that allows for a more traditional feeling flex pattern, albeit a more dynamic one that enhances any board’s performance.

Compression tested, ECT is 15% stronger than a standard lamination. The best feeling boards are equally balanced deck and bottom, often times why a team rider uses single 4oz deck with a single 4oz bottom. Unfortunately, single 4oz decks are not durable enough for the average surfer. ECT allows us to bring the performance of a single layer of glass with the durability of two layers.

ECT is more familiar feeling than other type of carbon build ECT is more familiar feeling than other type of carbon build. Most carbon-built boards are quite stiff, and don’t dent on the deck, which creates a rigid shell around the board, making its flex foreign feeling. 

ECT enhances the level of performance you’ve been accustomed to from your standard shortboard 

 

 

About Channel Islands (Al Merrick):


Since 1969, Channel Islands Surfboards has been dedicated to performance and quality through hard work, innovation, and originality. Over the last 43 years, Channel Islands has grown from a local grass-roots operation to a cutting edge organization, catering to the best surfers in the world.



Shipping & FAQ:


Australia wide postage available or local pick-up, choose at checkout. Boards in stock (see graph above) are ready to be sent & are sent out on the same day of purchase with tracking provided. Boards are safely packed in a box with layers of bubble wrap. See our shipping & FAQ tab above or visit this link: https://www.sanbah.com/pages/shipping-faq

Size

  • 5’8 x 18 1/4 x 2 3/16 - 24.3L
  • 5’9 x 18 3/8 x 2 1/4 - 25.5L
  • 5’10 x 18 5/8 x 2 5/16 - 26.9L
  • 5’11 x 18 7/8 x 2 3/8 - 28.4L
  • 6’0 x 19 1/8 x 2 7/16 - 29.9L
  • 6’1 x 19 1/4 x 2 1/2 - 31.2L
  • 6’2 x 19 1/2 x 2 9/16 -32.8L
  • 6’3 x 19 7/8 x 2 5/8 - 34.7L
  • 6’4 x 20 1/8 x 2 3/4 - 37.3L
  • 6’6 x 20 1/2 x 2 7/8 - 40.6L

Fin Boxes

  • FCS2
  • FUTURES
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