Fatum Surfboards The Duke Super Seven and Moby

Fatum Surfboards The Duke Super Seven and Moby
Fatum Surfboards The Duke Super Seven and Moby

Handshaped in Portugal and send over to Berlin are these fine sleds: Fatum Surfboards The Duke Super Seven and Moby.

Custom Orders Possible.

The Duke is one of those boards that’s been around for a long time. Shaped for surfers who wanted a more relaxed Moby. Almost by accident Gero took one of those modified Moby’s on a surf trip. The waves where long, clean, but unfortunately small. Still the board worked insanely well and Gero was hooked. Back home in the shaping bay he applied further changes, most visibly the double winger, and the Duke was born.

The Duke’s very wide nose lets you glide into the smallest waves
effortlessly. The vee-bottom contour keeps the relative rocker line
pretty flat, however on the rail extra rocker helps to make tight turns.
The two wingers narrow the tail down which helps further in your turns.
Even though you wouldn’t think it from the outline of the board the
Duke turns extremely well; especially coming off the back foot.

Size really matters with the Duke. At 6’6” – 7’2” it’s a very easy to
surf, user friendly board which will satisfy everybody who is looking
for an all around fun machine. Longboarders who want a shorter board for
travelling or to spice up their quiver pick the Duke. In the 5’8” –
6’4” range office warriors who surf well but simply don’t have the time
to surf a lot will love the Duke. Getting waves is super easy and from
there anything is possible. In fact the board offers you so much time on
the wave that you can even think about what you throw on the barbecue
post session. The short length makes it easy to throw around and adjust
your speed.

The board can be surfed as a thruster, quad and as a Single if ordered.

The Super Seven as you might have noticed is directly related to it’s ancestor the Super Six. This performance hybrid covers a broad variety of wave conditions as well as a wide range of surfers, giving especially intermediate surfers new possibilities for more (radical) maneuvers. Even with it’s character leaning more towards a shortboard, it’s still a relaxed paddler

The flat entry-rocker provides speed right from the takeoff. The
concave under your front foot gives you the crispy feeling of a
shortboard and the round tail in combination with the spiral vee bottom
contour make the board easy to control even if the wall might get a
little steeper.

The fin position is moved a bit forward and it should be ridden with slightly larger fins.

The Moby has come a long way at Fatum surfboards and pretty much sums up what we stand for: the best possible board for every surfer. The Moby satisfies so many surfers and really spices up their surfing even when they’re only surfing a few times a year.

This wave catchers relatively wide squash tail and the wider outline
from nose to tail will support your surfing with maximum speed,
manoeuvrability and when surfed off the back foot an aggressive feel.

Even though it was originally designed for intermediate surfers that
were looking for a shorter board it quickly became a favourite with a
variety of surfers.

Based on the same concept, this board changes its character depending
on its size. Get it in the six-foot range and you have a highly
manoeuvrable board. It’s subtle concave bottom shape, forward fin
placement, full rails and flatter rocker profile will help you draw
clean lines in small mushy surf. It’s a board that’s a blast on those
not-so-hot days.

Get it as a seven-footer and you have a effortless wave catching
 funboard. One that will get you the most from a relaxed summer session.
It’s smooth, responsive and very enjoyable to surf.

We have been refining the design for years. Coming back to the roots of the board we build the Moby as a single or two plus one fin setup. A tribute to the past, giving the shape a classic and fluent style.

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