Slip In

Single fin

The Slip In has a negative cut along the narrow elongated tail which minimizes drag, improves maneuverability, and encourages easy rail-to-rail transitions. The wide point is shifted forward to create a platform for the rider to generate acceleration and for maintaining down-the-line trim speed. Hull in the nose extends into a deep double concave spiral vee out through the tail create fluid turns and enless speed.

Size Chart

Length Width Thick Vol.
5’9” 19 3/4” 2 1/4” 27.5 L
5’11” 20” 2 3/8” 29.5 L
6’2” 20 5/8” 2 1/2” 32.5 L
6’6” 20 7/8” 2 5/8” 35.5 L
6’10” 21 2/8” 2 5/8” 38 L
7’2” 21 5/8” 3 46 L
7’6” 21 7/8” 3” 50 L

Material and Shipping Information

Made in USA.


Josh Mulcoy

Josh Mulcoy, a surfers with an open mind searching for new experiences.

Jamie O'Brien

Watch Jamie O'Brien speaks out on Slip In. Red Bull Decades, Surfboards of the future. 2013

Eric Geiselman

Eric Geiselman surfing Slip In single fin in huge wave

Eric Geiselman. "This board is magical." Stock 5.10, Puerto Rico, 2014.