- THE ESSENTIALS
- THE DETAILS
- DELIVERY & RETURNS
- B360 SUPPORT
|Length||6 ft 1 inches|
|Thickness||2 5/8 inches|
|Fin Layout||Thruster Fin|
|Tail Shape||Squash Tail|
|Wave Type||Powerful Beach or Reef Break|
|Wave Size||Up to head high or 6ft|
|Board Features||Loads of performance features|
- Tuned up version of the Disco Inferno so has a strong pedigree
- More rocker in the entry and exit for more hold though turns and drive
- Deep double concave through the tail for lots of lift and drive
- Squash tail for great hold and manoeuvrability
- Wider "A" model available for extra volume when needed
B360 Ratings (out of 5):
|Paddling Potential Rating||3|
|Duck Dive Ease Rating||5|
|Eco Friendly Rating||1|
Stab in the Dark 2021 - WINNER.
The Inferno 72 is the model Sharp Eye Surfboards built for the 2021 Stab in the Dark contest. This board is a PU/PE replica of the Dark Arts Epoxy board that took the win.
The Inferno 72 was originally designed for Filipe Toledo to compete on at The Surf Ranch Pro in 2020. Filipe ended up winning the comp. When Sharp Eye shaper Marcio Zouvi was approached by Stab to enter the Dark Arts edition he chose to supply the Inferno 72.
The Inferno 72 is a tuned up version of the Disco Inferno, a tried and tested QS favourite. We have added more rocker in the entry and exit for more hold through turns and drive. It’s going to surf its best in small to medium waves and just like the Disco Inferno the Inferno 72 is a performance surfboard that will handle just about all conditions thrown at it and maintain its spark.
Check out the full Stab Mag article here.
Meet the genius behind this little beaut:
And here’s Kale Brock comparing it to others in this sector and getting totally frothed about it:
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