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Smoothie

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The Piranha was one of our most popular designs. It was primarily built for small surf, but it ended up being a very versatile board. We have re-tooled this design with a clean, full, round pin, and are calling it the Smoothie. It has a timeless outline designed to accommodate a wide range of conditions.

The bottom starts with a slight roll in the nose transitioning to a light single through the center. This shallow single blends into a sunken double concave in front of the fins and an elevated double concave between the fins that finally ends in a double barrel vee of the tail. If you can’t appreciate the tech talk, just know that the board surfs fast & smooth.

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  • Please contact for custom orders.
  • Shipping cost for boards is based on size.

Board Description

The Piranha was one of our most popular designs. It was primarily built for small surf, but it ended up being a very versatile board. We have re-tooled this design with a clean, full, round pin, and are calling it the Smoothie. It has a timeless outline designed to accommodate a wide range of conditions. The bottom starts with a slight roll in the nose transitioning to a light single through the center. This shallow single blends into a sunken double concave in front of the fins and an elevated double concave between the fins that finally ends in a double barrel vee of the tail. If you can’t appreciate the tech talk, just know that the board surfs fast & smooth.

length width thickness volume
5'6" 20.00" 2.41" 29.2L
5'8" 20.25" 2.47" 31.2L
5'9" 20.38" 2.50" 32.2L
5'10" 20.50" 2.53" 33.2L
5'11" 20.63" 2.56" 34.3L
6'0" 20.75" 2.59" 35.4L
6'2" 21.00" 2.65" 37.5L
6'4" 21.25" 2.71" 39.9L
6'6" 21.50" 2.77" 42.7L

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  1. Smoothie time

    Posted by on Jun 14th 2019

    Just returned from surf trip to Mexico and Costa Rica with one board- the smoothie. Had lots of great waves headhigh and well above and the board handled it brilliantly. Great paddler, turns smoothly and is so versatile. I did go back to the thruster set up and not the quad and it seemed better.My first board off the rack in many years and it's excellent.

  2. Does what they say x 2

    Posted by on May 23rd 2019

    Just bought my second one. I had one, love it, but wanted to tweak it a bit to have a one-board travel quiver.

    I had them make a few tweaks to gear it more toward the decent to good wave end of the boards range. I also went with the torsion spring blank.

    I took it to central america and rode head high to slightly over head beach break that was respectably steep. I also rode a point that required a late, steep drop but then flattened out to a long open face.

    The board worked well for me in all of that. It handled fairly steep waves that were slightly over head and got me into a few little barrels too.

    It was also fun on the slopey point break. Once you figure the board out, it’ll snap or carve. It’ll take a late drop and paddles super easy and catches waves easy.

    I have surfed about 7 long sessions on this one. The torsion spring has been great so far. I use my knee allot on duck dives and usually pressure ding my decks as soon as I get a board. This one has none so far.

    I like the quad fin set up best, especially for the bigger, steeper end if the boards spectrum and the extreme small wave end of the boards spectrum. I noticed the speed difference in both riding and paddling with the quads on this board more so than I ever have on any board. The FCS Carvers as a tri-fin was also nails on the point break though.

    So, for me, it works as advertised. Versatile, smooth and fun. I may never own another shape. Recommended!

  3. 1 board to rule them all

    Posted by on Feb 18th 2019

    I had a hole in my quiver, sketched out my dream board and it turned out to be the same outline as the Smoothie. It's beautiful, duck divable, floats me in all my Maine winter gear, lives up to its name making super smooth transitions and is a wave catcher to boot. Superb design for really wide variety of conditions. Thank you Rusty!

  4. Does what they say

    Posted by on Jan 30th 2019

    I’ve had my Smoothie for about a year. It’s been with me on two trips to Central America, and I surf it at home in smaller waves. I’m 6’5” and 190 pounds, so went a little bigger with the dimensions. The Smoothie not only works well in mushy surf as small as waist high and in fast slightly overhead stuff, it’s fun as heck to ride in all of those conditions too. It holds on a steep face, turns well, is easy to paddle and coasts through slow sections in the small stuff. As advertised. Dig it.

  5. Good stuff

    Posted by on Sep 28th 2018

    Great board, went great first surf and grew on me from there. Very versatile, surf it in small stuff and have had it in indo in waves as big as I'm comfortable to surf, and it went great.

  6. Awesome board

    Posted by on Sep 19th 2018

    Best board I’ve had. I’m an average surfer who is used to surfing smaller waves. But when I took this board into overhead surf it worked sick, it made late drops, was easy to turn while still being forgiving and it held in the tube. Stoked on my smoothie!

  7. Great Board

    Posted by on Jul 30th 2018

    A lot of reviews and things I've read on the smoothie talk about it being geared towards the smaller, average waves we usually ride. I just wanted to come on here and say that, even though I'm sure it's great for those days, I bought one recently and just happened to have my first 4 or 5 sessions on it in chest high - 3 feet overhead waves (thank you surf gods) and I was amazed at how well it handled those conditions. It wasn't super hollow, so I don't know how it does in the barrel, but I had so many fun turns on this board and it handled late steep drops much better than I was expecting with the wider nose and flatter entry rocker. I think all the hype and marketing about this being a versatile, one-board quiver is true. I'm having a blast on it. Got it in Torsion Spring and I love it. I've ridden Lib Tech and Firewire boards for a while and I think Torsion Spring is better. If you're looking for a durable board that surfs really well give the Torsion a try.

  8. Best board I've ever rode.

    Posted by on Feb 9th 2017

    All I need to say is go get one.

  9. smoothie

    Posted by on Nov 8th 2016

    amazing board....my search is over.

  10. Versatile and Fun

    Posted by on Oct 25th 2016

    The Smoothie is one of the most versatile boards your can pull off the rack! It goes great in small stuff, but can definitely paddle and catch bigger waves too. If you're taking a trip up the cost and can only bring one board, then this would be a great board to bring.
    I have surfed a bunch of sizes; 5'4", 5'8", 6'0" and they are all really fun! Don't be afraid to go up in size to grovel on this shape or go down to ride some better waves.

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