Pyzel Surfboards Pyzel Ghost 6'5 x 20.38 x 3 Surfboard
The design that JJF rode to his (second) 2017 World Title! The Pyzel Ghost Surfboard is possibly the first truly, high-performance board that works great for all levels of surfers and could be considered a one-board quiver for any surf trip with decent to good waves on the menu. A super versatile board, the Ghost has become one of JJF's favorites for all kinds of surf (Margaret River winner, Bells Ollie Oop, J-Bay carves, and even head-high Trestles) and a go-to for many surfers around the world.
Originally designed for performance in hollower, more powerful types of waves, the Ghost has proven to be great for reef breaks, dumpy beachies, and also excels in point waves. Based off the Pyzel Short Cut, The Ghost outline is more refined: it still has the wide point pushed a bit forward of center, but the nose area is kept down and the tail slightly pulled in to help it fit into a tighter curve. The thickness is also pushed forward, which helps even more with getting you into waves easily. The tail and rails were kept thinned out to help hold through barrels and turns at speed. The rocker is med/low through the front half to get you into waves easily and pick up speed quickly. The rear end has plenty of rocker curve for turning control and a snappy responsiveness. Single concave runs through the entire bottom, with a double concave set inside, which equals speed and lift both on a rail and over flat spots while allowing for quick rail-to-rail transitions. The Ghost's combination of rocker and concave makes for high performance handling through a healthy mix of sensitivity and control.
- DIMENSIONS: 6'5 x 20.38 x 3
- VOLUME: 39.40L
- TAIL: Round
- FIN CONFIGURATION: Tri-Quad
- FINS: Futures
- CONSTRUCTION: Polyurethane/Polyester Resin
- SURFBOARD TYPE: Shortboard
Building a board in PU/PE means using a Polyurethane foam blank and glassing it with polyester resin. This is how the majority of today’s surfboards are built. It is not a new way to make a board, but the materials are very stable, strong, consistent, and easy to work with. PU foam is closed celled, meaning it won’t easily soak in water if you ding your board, and that also means that it doesn’t absorb too much resin when getting glassed, keeping your board light. Many surfers prefer the feel of PU/PE boards because that is what they have ridden all their lives, and because they feel really good.