Downwind / Open Ocean / Choppy Waters and Bumpy Lakes
Stable, fast gliding and very maneuverable in the bumps. Infinity took this feedback and kept with the same bottom design concept but updated the smaller design features.
First, moving the entire cockpit further back to create more volume and a better placed recovery volume. The nose got refined and added more curve from the bottom up creating more kick in the front for larger swells. Also, a slightly softer entry in the nose simply for forgiveness in cross-swell. High volume nose makes this board incredible upwind and into the chop.
The "Flat deck" design makes this board a pleasure to paddle in most conditions and has become many peoples all around premium utility board. It ticks the boxes from basic flat water paddling, bumpy lakes and ocean, and of course it flies down wind.
The "Dugout" version taller more upright rails creating a 1.5wider standing zone. This eliminates that closed stance feeling some riders experience when paddling a dugout style cockpit. The Dugout also features 6 drain holes to quickly exit any water that may enter the cockpit while in heavy waters or down winding. We cover the side drains with orange caps.
14' x 24" x 270L
14' x 25.5" x 287L
14' x 27" x 312L
14' x 23.5" x 278L
14' x 25.5" x 296L
14' x 27" x 313L
Infinity have been building surfboards since the 1970s. They are a family run business out of Dana Point, California. One thing that has always set them apart has been their willingness to build all kinds of watercraft and not being limited to just surfboards. Whether that meant tandem boards or wave skis in the early days, or today SUPs and Foil boards. Their designs have always been about pushing limits and they have always loved making boards fast.