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Slayer


Josh’s go-to board in bigger surf. He used it in Fiji, Tahiti, and the Pipe Masters in the 2013 campaign. Part of the Kerrlection series, the slayer is designed as a step-up with four inches taken off at the front end. The wide point is now two inches forward of center instead of two inches back, giving you a little longer rail line yet more control for those tight pockets. And a touch of width to the center, re-blend the front end, giving the board a little fuller nose and relaxed rocker. This combination allows it to paddle well, make drops and fit you into the barrel.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Pulling the wide point forward gives you a rail line that feels a little longer yet offers you more control with less board up front. Proven track record. Feedback is super positive. Little tool, big job.

Fins: 3,4,5
Experience: Intermediate to Expert
Ideal Wave Size: Overhead to Double-overhead

RIDER TESTIMONIALS:
“The Slayer goes really fast, turns on a dime, has a lot of flow… a really easy board to ride. It’s kind of what I need. Works great in the barrel too. Wide nose. Narrow Tail. It’s perfect!”
- Josh Kerr, Australia

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Josh’s go-to board in bigger surf. He used it in Fiji, Tahiti, and the Pipe Masters in the 2013 campaign. Part of the Kerrlection series, the slayer is designed as a step-up with four inches taken off at the front end. The wide point is now two inches forward of center instead of two inches back, giving you a little longer rail line yet more control for those tight pockets. And a touch of width to the center, re-blend the front end, giving the board a little fuller nose and relaxed rocker. This combination allows it to paddle well, make drops and fit you into the barrel.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Pulling the wide point forward gives you a rail line that feels a little longer yet offers you more control with less board up front. Proven track record. Feedback is super positive. Little tool, big job.

Fins: 3,4,5
Experience: Intermediate to Expert
Ideal Wave Size: Overhead to Double-overhead

RIDER TESTIMONIALS:
“The Slayer goes really fast, turns on a dime, has a lot of flow… a really easy board to ride. It’s kind of what I need. Works great in the barrel too. Wide nose. Narrow Tail. It’s perfect!”
- Josh Kerr, Australia

Popular Dimensions (inches)

Lenght Width Thickness Volume (liters)
5'6"18.52.1824.3$640
5'8"18.752.2526.1$640
5'9"18.872.2526.7$640
5'10"19.002.3127.8$640
5'11"19.122.3728.4$640
6'0"19.252.4330.4$640
6'1"19.372.4331.0$640
6'2"19.52.532.8$640
6'3"19.622.533.4$640
6'4"19.752.6235.3$650
6'5"19.882.7037.0$650
6'6"202.8138.1$650
6'7"20.252.8139$650
6'8"20.52.8940.9$665
6'9"20.752.89NA$665
6'10"21.002.9543.5$665
6'11"21.252.95NA$665
7'0"21.53.0046.2$690
7'3"21.753.1251.1$705
7'6"22.003.1854.3$705

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