The Fibrefish Soft 2009

The Slipstream Fibrefish Soft is constructed by five plies of maple and two plies of fibreglass. This construction gives the Fibrefish a cambered riding surface providing a perfect flex that will give you a fluid motion and deep carves. If you want optimal board control, this is definitely the board for you!

Size: 38″ x 8,5″ (96,5 cm x 21,5 cm)
Wheelbase: 27,5″ (70 cm)
Shape: High camber, Medium concave, kicktail
Construction: 5-ply Canadian hardmaple+2 ply fibreglass
Flex rating (1-5): 3

Flex rating 1-5: 1 = Really stiff! 5 = Really soft!

This board is available through our dealers as deck only or complete with components from leading manufacturers such as Randal, Holey, ABEC 11 and Retro.

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17 Responses

  1. adajoo

    nice bräda men undrar om den håller för mej på ca 100kg eller ska jag köra på hard flexen istället?

    • slipstreamlongboards.com

      Hi Adajoo!

      At 100 kgs you should definatley get the hard flex.
      This one is better for riders below 80 kgs in our opinion.

  2. Monster

    Hey!
    I am thinking of buying a longboard but i don’t want to go to fast so I will probably be carving alot, but I don’t want to get any speed wobbles. So do you recommend this or some other board for me?

  3. Monster

    Oh and I weight about 50 kilos. Do you recommend fiberfish soft or the pinstripe?

  4. slipstreamlongboards.com

    Hello Monster!

    Speedwobbles will not be an issue then and 50 kgs is good for this board.
    The Pinstripe handles speed better, but this board flexes more and turns quicker.

  5. mr.herbert

    i weigh 80 kg, should i pick the soft or hard fiberfish? or the pinstripe?

    • slipstreamlongboards.com

      I would probably recommend the Fibrefish Hard, at least for for City/Carving. Good Luck!

  6. flerry

    tja!
    jag väger runt 71 kilo och vet inte om jag ska välja fibrefish soft eller hard. Vill ha en bräda för carving och cruise, men den ska vara stabil när man drar på i backarna också, all-round helt enkelt!
    peace

    • slipstreamlongboards.com

      Hey Flerry!

      If you want an all-round board for 71 kgs I would actually recommend The Pinstripe instead. The Fibrefishes are great carvers/cruisers, but not very stable when you are picking up more speed due to the shorter wheelbases.

  7. Ole

    hey! i vave been riding a lot of longboard last two years but im lokking for something i can get around in the city with, like a sidewalk board if i can call it that, that do not get a very, very high speed, and maybe i can do some slides with. What do you recomend for this?? btw my weight is 64 kg. Thank you. Ole

  8. Ole

    And what kinda wheels should i go for???

    • slipstreamlongboards.com

      Ole, The Pinstripe is a fun board that fits your description OK.
      As far as wheels go, the ABEC 11 Flashbacks are pretty versatile and should suit you well.

  9. Ole

    Thankyou :) but i wonder i have the abec 11 strikers 66mm the board i have now, and isnt those weels very simmilar to the flashbacks?? so i was thinking the No Skoolz 60mm maybe suites me better ??

    • slipstreamlongboards.com

      Ole; The NoSkoolz 60 mm will probably be a little bit slower but more slideable than the 66 mm Strikers in my humble opinion. Naturally, the hardness of the wheels play some part in this as well.

  10. tim

    hello!
    will the fibrefish go far when you kick on roads that are very plain?

    • Slipstream

      Hello Tim!

      Depending on wheels and bearings used, I would say yes, it will go far ;-)