Fibrefish soft 2012

Fibrefish soft 2012

The Fiberfish – with it’s huge camber, lively flex & narrow design – gives you a board for quick fluid motion & deep carves.

It also has a big kick tail good for manuals & even ollies.

We make the Fibrefish in two different models. This one with a softer flex than it’s sibling the Fibrefish Hard.

  • Size: 38.25” × 8.75” / 97,2 cm × 22 cm
  • Truckbase: 25.5” / 65 cm
  • Shape: Huge camber, medium concave, kicktail
  • Construction: 5-ply Canadian hardmaple + 2-ply fibreglass
  • Flex: 4
  • Downhill: 2
  • Freeride: 3
  • Carving: 4
  • City: 4

Graphic design: Andrè Skjeggestad

8 Responses

  1. Felix

    Hello there, my weight is 87 kg, can I buy this one even though it’s got quite much flex? I’ll just cruise.

    • Slipstream

      Hi Felix!

      I think you should try it. We have had riders heavier than 87 on a soft. It will be soft though.

  2. lucas

    hello! I have a pair of 180mm trucks does they work good on this board?

    • Slipstream

      Hello Lucas!
      The trucks will work on this board, but be aware of the footbite risk, since the trucks are a bit wider than the board.
      Good Luck!

  3. Johannes

    Hej.
    Jag är 185 cm lång och väger mellan 70-80 kilo.
    Jag kommer bara att köra carving och ta mig från A till B.
    Och kanske lite manuals m.m.
    Vilken bräda är bäst: Fibrefish Hard eller
    Fibrefish Soft.

    • Slipstream Longboards

      Hej Johannes!
      Both boards will work for you weight wise. Choose the soft flex for a flexy, lively feel or the hard flex for a stiffer, more rigid ride (easier manuals!).
      Good Luck!

  4. Eline

    hi! i Bought and rode this board for less then half of the last season. since i live in Norway, its almost always wet on the ground, so I wiped the back after I was done. but, it has cracks all under the board and on the bare stripe on the top. and since it was so expensive, I expected more. what should I do?

    • Slipstream

      Hi Eline!
      Sorry to hear about your board. Water can do nasty things to wood, but perhaps these “cracks” are just cosmetical and in the graphics/coating layer?
      If you think this could be an error in craftsmanship and not caused by external factors our recommendation is that you contact the retailer/dealer you bought the board from and they will take if from there.
      Good Luck!

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