Future Fly is proud to present the all-new series of Yellow Fish and Abu Fish wave boards. The development time of the new series took more than 8 months in which the boards were tested in a wide variety of location and conditions. The boards were tested by our international team, but also by different riders of different levels.
The significant emphasis in the development was a particularly radical turning ability, one could say infinite, while maintaining excellent speed, comfortable and easy ride, and a quick planning ability. The speed enables this boards to accel in any type of conditions, and the limitless turnability will take rider anywhere he wishes to go in small and large surf in on, side and off shore conditions. Very special attention and countless hours was dedicated to designing perfect rails, taken from radical surfboards, combined with smooth out lines and a rocker that would allow the desired result. The bottom shape of the boards has been designed and tested time and time again in a flow program, to enable perfect transitions nose to tail
Bottom shape & out line explained -
The bottom shape starts with Double concave/v in the nose going into single concave and into V shape at the tail. The water is compressed through the nose, accelerates in the middle of the board and is thrown out at the back and sides of the tail. The key is that the shape transitions occur from precise locations on the bottom. The result is a board that simply raises the level of the rider, fits like a glove on the feet and allows the rider to reach rail to rail riding and perform any move and jump with tremendous speed and control. The outline is relatively round nose to tail. Tail goes narrow using clean wingers allowing the boards to turn even harder. Rocker line is at medium hight for a wave board, speed and early planning come from perfect bottom configuration.
Construction and finish explained -
FF boards are built from the highest quality materials available on the market today. From Italy to Switzerland, we carefully select the carbon and PVC Airex (the hard foam that is glued/vacuumed to the board with carbon and glass fabrics)
- Three PVC ‘’Airex’’ stringers at the bottom which keep the board from deforming, twisting and of course cracking or breaking.
- PVC ‘’Airex’’ Stringer reinforcement under foot straps aria preventing softness under the heels.
- Double sandwich reinforcements under pad and other stressed areas.
- Board is fully wrapped with 5mm PVC ‘’Airex’’ bottom sandwich and 3mm PVC ‘’Airex’’
- Rock shock double foot pad lay up 4+8mm for max comfort and security.
- Strength to flex ratio- fabric layup gives the board strength on the one hand and on the other hand flexibility suitable for a sailor who must perform smoothly and comfortably on the wave.
The FF board is incredibly precise and clean, one could see and feel it from the moment he saw it.
Yellow Fish 77 - this board is designed for the maximum limit of storm and waves. The focus is on control in flight, on spin and on the turn. Where other boards fail, the Yellow Fish 77 feels at home. If you're looking for your limits, take the Yellow Fish and find them.
Yellow Fish 87 - the board was developed for a maximum range of conditions. The Yellow Fish 87 shows what it can do in light wind and swell as well as in radical conditions. The focus is on speed and acceleration as well as precise and smooth turns. The board has a classic outline and the control in flight is easily enough for the next moon landing!
Yellow Fish 97 - for heavier riders and/or lighter wind there is no alternative. The Yellow Fish 97 keeps you afloat, but is still extremely fast and agile. Perfect for getting over the shorebreak in light winds and for easy control with smaller sails.
The compactness is also at the forefront of the larger Yellow Fish 97 and makes it easy to control during the jump.
Middle fin power box with 2x slot box side fins.
Thruster or single fin option.
Fins provided – High quality Zulu made for FF wave carbon thruster.
Option to add a high-end FF carbon Free Wave fin.
All Yellow Fish wave boards come with a quad set of Zulu carbon fins.*
* Zulu South Africa made for FF quad set.