Channel Islands Bunny Chow

Channel Islands Bunny Chow

Best Price on the Channel Islands Bunny Chow If you’ve ever watched Jordy Smith surf and wondered, “How does he do that?” Well, most of the answer is that he’s an amazing athlete, and in conjunction with that answer is The Channel Islands Bunny Chow. This board is made for dynamic modern surfing in poor to fair conditions. Think you need perfect, glassy ramps to boost huge airs? Not with The Bunny Chow. With The Bunny Chow you can make your own ramps out of the most obscure of windswept sections.

With fuller rails, you can put as much force as you want into your turns. This thing can handle as much power into your carves as you can muster. So no need to hold back wondering if you’re rails are going to go too deep and slow you down. Turns on this board are smooth and tight and flow up high and down low.

Even though it was meant for less than ideal surf, The Bunny Chow handles powerful groundswell at overhead beach and reef breaks like a champ. It’s a solid tri-fin setup; so get ready for some serious top to bottom surfing and deep foam ball barrels.

Surfer Skill Level

Surfer Skill Level

Intermediate to expert
Surfboard Rocker


A little entry rocker with a healthy amount of exit and fully staged throughout
Surfboard Fin Setup

Fin Setup

Tri-fin all the way
Surfboard Wvae Height Suitability

Wave Height

Head high
Surfboard Bottom Concaves

Bottom Concaves

Easy transition from nose to tail
Surfboard Rails


Full and floaty

Channel Islands Bunny Chow Dimensions

Length Width Depth Volume
5’4″ 18 1/4“ 2 1/8“ 22.6l
5’5″ 18 1/2“ 2 3/16“ 23.9l
5’6″ 18 1/8“ 2 1/16“ 22.7l
5’7″ 18 1/4“ 2 1/8“ 23.9l
5’8″ 18 3/8“ 2 3/16“ 25.1l
5’9″ 18 5/8“ 2 1/4“ 26.5l
5’10“ 18 7/8“ 2 5/16“ 28l
5’11“ 19“ 2 3/8“ 29.4l
6’0” 19 1/8“ 2 7/16“ 30.8l
6’1“ 19 1/4“ 2 1/2“ 32.2l
6’2“ 19 1/2“ 2 9/16 33.9l
6’3“ 19 5/8“ 2 5/8 35.4l
6’4“ 19 3/4“ 2 5/8 36.1l
Channel Islands Surfboards

Channel Islands Surfboards

What is there to say about the iconic Channel Islands Surfboards.  The names Al Merrick and Channel Island Surfboards will be synonymous forever.  Channel Islands Surfboards actually belongs to Burton, but Al Merrick is still the man as far as Channel Islands Surfboards shaping is concerned. Al Merrick once said “I’m a designer but I […]

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