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This high speed pocket rocket is a pure delight to surf. All the speed and glide of a twin fin but with a level of control and drive that you would not expect from a twin fin.

Powered by our ground breaking FUTURE FORM bottom contour for buttery smooth rail to rail transitions and a easy response under the feet


Suitable for all sorts of waves from screaming barrels to onshore mush from knee high to well overhead, this board will handle most conditions.

If you've never tried a twin fin, this is a great place to start. 

From $950

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The order forms below list our stock sizes and will calculate the build prices for you.

“Hey Jim, I have a problem with the board you made me. It goes so good, I can’t stop surfing it!”

 

Matteo

BALI BUILD

AUSTRALIA BUILD

USA/UK/EUROPE BUILD

Ride what Jim rides. High quality craftsmanship right from the source. Use the form below to calculate options. From A$995 including a colour

Quality builds as good as they get from Currumbin's Sun Glass. Use form below to calculate options. Price does not include shipping. From AUD1050

High quality builds from Costa Mesa, Cornwall and Portugal. Use form below to calculate options. From USD950. Prices do not include shipping.

Last time i added up the numbers, it turned out that there's more more than 3500 hours and 17 years of design development under the hood of this much loved design.

Which i think is something you can feel when you surf it. The endless tweaking and refining has made it such a finely tuned, highly evolved design that just makes any surf fun.

Personally i just love the flat out speed it can generate and the way it can turn on a dime in tight pockets or run long driving carves on big open faces.

There's only one problem we have with the Magic Carpet, and it's been a pretty consistent complaint from customers.... that once they get their Magic Carpet, they stop riding all their other boards! 

Jim
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