5’10 Gerry Lopez Squirty – Fusion HD – FCS II – 5 Fin
Find your balance with the Squirty. By harnessing the Yin and Yang of surfboard design, Gerry has created a board that truly does it all.
The Squirty’s extra width and volume near the nose of the board will help surfers catch more waves. While a pulled-in tail and curvacious back half will allow the board to rip hard. A Low entry rocker with a slightly rolled bottom going into a single concave and finishing in a double concave with a user-friendly tail lift, makes the Squirty loose and fast.
The Squirty has everything a surfer could want in one board, making it the perfect daily driver.
|5’10 x 19.75” x 2.5”||32.08 ltr|
|6’2 x 20” x 2.5”||35.80 ltr|
|6’6 x 20.1” x 2.6”||38.10 ltr|
|6’10 x 20.25” x 2.75”||41.3 ltr|
Surftech’s version of a standard EPS and epoxy surfboard construction. A closed cell EPS core containing a wood stringer is layered with E-glass and biax glass for a light weight performance board with a lively feel. All Fusion HD boards are hand finished.
- FUSED CELL EPS CORE // Closed-cell EPS core provides more response + flotation
- CLEAR HD-EPOXY RESIN // Epoxy resin system with high thermo-mechanical performances
- HIGH-QUALITY E-GLASS FIBERGLASS // E-glass has the highest strength-to-weight ratio available
- FULL BIAX DECK PATCH (45° / -45°) // The Biax fiberglass distributes power + protects from dings
- WOOD STRINGER // Distributes power + adds pop + adds break strength
- FCS II FIN BOXES // Takes just seconds to insert and remove the fins
- HAND-FINISHED // Machine-shaped, hand-laminated, and hand-finished
“WAVES KEEP COMING, THAT’S THE ONE THING YOU CAN COUNT ON IN LIFE”
Gerry Lopez grew up in the extraordinary place that was Hawaii in the 1950s and 1960s. He played a part in the shortboard revolution of the late 1960s and early 1970s. He experienced the awe, fear, and ultimate satisfaction of finding the tube in the early days at the Pipeline. He traveled for surf throughout the world: to the original surf camp at G-Land, the exotic islands off Sumatra, and especially to the magic island of Bali, Indonesia – before it became a popular surf destination. He experienced the beginnings of windsurfing on Maui, the early years of snowboarding and tow-in surfing at Jaws. Fast forward to today and Gerry Lopez is shaping some truly unique boards that keep his surfing journey moving forward. This collection of boards represents the quiver that he takes around the world to surf the ultimate breaks.