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Slayer

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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.

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  • Out of Stock? Contact Us and we'll shape you one!
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Board Description

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.

length width thickness volume
5'6" 18.50" 2.18" 24.4L
5'8" 18.75" 2.25" 26.1L
5'10" 19.00" 2.31" 27.9L
6'0" 19.25" 2.43" 30.4L
6'2' 19.50" 2.50" 32.8L
6'4" 19.75" 2.62" 35.7L
6'6" 20.00" 2.81" 38.1L
6'8" 20.50" 2.89" 40.9L
6'10" 21.00" 2.95" 43.5L
7'0" 21.50" 3.00" 46.2L

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  1. Great step up

    Posted by on Nov 2nd 2017

    I'm 5'9, 170lbs and the 6'0 has been my favorite stepup. I've owned two bc the first broke after only riding it twice. The second one broke after about 10-15 sessions. Lots of pressure dings too. It's the perfect step up but they are fragile for the conditions it excels in.

  2. This one's a keeper

    Posted by on Oct 30th 2017

    After years of searching I'm glad I found the Slayer. Perfect board for when the waves get good and no matter how hard you push it, it pushes back. As soon as my 6'1" dies I'm getting another one.

  3. Magic board

    Posted by on Feb 4th 2017

    It goes very fast, Magic board

  4. Awesome board but...

    Posted by on Jul 11th 2016

    Awesome in reef breaks. But after 4 weeks my deck collapsed.... very soft glassing.....

  5. Slayer

    Posted by on May 16th 2016

    Great board for our chilean pumping waves, paddles real good and love the control on the bottom turn.

  6. Can't wait to get a smaller one

    Posted by on Feb 24th 2016

    I'm 47 and 5'10 at 165 pounds wet. I have a 6'0 Slayer. I ordered it as the stock 30 L but it came as a 31.1 L It's too big for for every day surf. But when it's on 8-10' it comes alive. Excellent step up! Can still be ridden in 4-6' but it becomes sluggish and harder to turn. I'm ordering a 5'10 at 28L.
    Can't wait..

  7. Slayer

    Posted by on Nov 9th 2015

    I am 6'0 and weigh 210. I currently ride a stock 6'2 Slayer in 3-8ft waves and this board is magic.