A Sneak Peek at What's New in 2024
We've already kicked off 2024 fast with the launch of our highly anticipated Special Projects Division by Wayne Rich, and the release of the best-selling Big Brother Sting in Tuflite. With a full 10 months still ahead of us, we're excited to announce that there are numerous more exciting brand and board releases planned for the remainder of 2024. Grab a drink, sit back, and take a look at some thrilling new models we have releasing this year.
Synthetic '84 by Timmy Patterson
You read that right. We're stoked to be developing a new line of surfboards from renowned surfboard shaper Timmy Patterson. More info on that to come. The Synthetic '84 is a tribute to the good old days, when Timmy started his first surfboard label Synthetic surfboards in the 1980's. This model is nothing but pure magic and has been tested by some of the top surfers from around the globe.
The Bone Fish by Duke Aipa
The Bone Fish was designed to be that hyper-reactive and speedy design that fits in tight pockets and excels in punchy shore breaks or reef breaks. Whether it’s hollowed out Newport, spitting Sandy Beach, Bali type barreling sections, or Waco Wave pool tight radius turns, this model will light it up.
The Beach Metal by M/SF/T
Unrivalled, unprecedented, pure fun; The ‘BEACH METALL’ reflects MISFIT’S continued desire to advance performance ‘twin fins’, with this model being the most contemporary, and damn lively one to date. It is a pure, unadulterated redux of classic flyer swallow twinny based around a more up-right style fin design. No trailing fin required here mam.
Changing gears from the high-performance shortboard above this, we're happy to announce a new line of Softops, designed as the “go-to” boards for surf schools, self-educated, rental, and the surfer that wants a safe reliable board for their favorite break. The SuperSoft line is an improvement on our previous Blacktip line, just as durable but even lighter!
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