Rusty Slayer

Rusty Slayer

Best Price on the Rusty SlayerThe Rusty Slayer is a new breed of shortboard designed for larger, heavier waves.  The Rusty Slayer is a board that is designed to give you the paddle power & stability of a longer board, but the added manoeuvrability of a shorter surfboard.

There’s a decent amount of volume in the nose which helps you get on the those big faces early, and the pulled in pin tail combined with a shorter than usual step up board length allows you to bottom turn quickly to get into the pocket for the barrel.

The board is designed for good waves of a decent size.  I’d say anything from 4ft+ and you’ll start to see the advantages that the Rusty Slayer will add to your board quiver.

I like to have a small wave groveller, an all rounder and a board for bigger days.  The Rusty Slayer fits perfectly into my quiver for bigger days when I want to be on feet early, bottom turn and pull up tight at the top of the wave and have my board fit in the barrel.

Surfer Skill Level

Surfer Skill Level

Suitable for intermediate through to advanced surfers.
Surfboard Rocker

Rocker

Low entry rocker, low exit rocker.
Surfboard Fin Setup

Fin Setup

3 Fin Thruster.
Surfboard Wvae Height Suitability

Wave Height

Designed to surf good quality waves 4ft+ to well overhead.
Surfboard Bottom Concaves

Bottom Concaves

Large V Bottom.
Surfboard Rails

Rails

Longer rail from the mid point of the board back to the tail gives better control on good waves.

Rusty Slayer Dimensions

Length Width Depth Volume
5' 6" 18 1/2" 2 1/4" 25.0 litres
5' 8" 18 5/8" 2 1/4" 26.0 litres
5' 9" 18 3/4" 2 5/16" 27.3 litres
5' 10" 19" 2 5/16" 28.0 litres
5' 11" 19 1/8" 2 3/8" 29.0 litres
6' 0" 19 1/4" 2 7/16" 30.3 litres
6' 1" 19 3/8" 2 1/2" 32.0 litres
6' 2" 19 1/2" 2 1/2" 32.9 litres
6' 3" 19 5/8" 2 9/16" 34.1 litres
6' 4" 19 3/4" 2 5/8" 35.6 litres
6' 6" 20" 2 3/4" 39.9 litres
The most Impressive Barrel to Alley-oop I’ve ever seen.

The most Impressive Barrel to Alley-oop I’ve ever seen.

Jordy Smith is deep in the barrel, comes flying out and then transitions into the biggest alley-oop you’ve ever seen landed. Legend! A video posted by Jordy Smith (@jordysmith88) on Aug 7, 2015 at 10:09am PDT