Trigger Bros – Da Boss.

Project Description

Do you want to “live like a Boss?” Or be DA BOSS? This is for you.

The Boss

Surfers Ability
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Wave Size
1-2ft
2-4ft
4-6ft
6-8ft

Featured board 5’10″ x 20’ x 2½” Four Fin or Thruster convertible

Boss-6'0-1

Boss-6'0-2

Boss-6'0-5

Background

da-bossA shape developed by Paul Trigger to satisfy his small wave desires.

Da Boss has a half-moon style tail with a concave deck through the back-end to disperse some bouyancy. A relatively flat board with quad set-up option – this thing flies through the deadest of sections, but with the Clayton’s flyer has a tight turning arc.

A huge contingent of Westernport warriors and back beach guys have this board in their quiver for small surf.

A full pin nose[16.25″ @ 12’ up] 20” width and a tail [16.25″ @ 12] set this board in the fast glide mode immediately. The use of a clayton flyer gives the illusion of  a narrower tail and although short the extra width makes for very easy paddling.

The bottom shape features a concave double barrel with ¼“ vee in the fin area to help initiate turns and provide a touch more direction. Unlike many of the retro fish this shape has noselift.

Your favourite fish length will be perfect in this full-outlined board.

Length Width Thickness Nose Tail Volume(L) Rec. Fins
5’8″ 19 5/8″ 2 5/16″ 14 1/8″ 16 1/8″ 28.3 Quad Medium
5’10” 19 3/4″ 2 3/8″ 14 1/8″ 16 1/8″ 30.3 Quad Medium
6’0″ 20″ 2 1/2″ 14 1/4″ 16 1/8″ 31.2 Quad Medium
6’2″ 20 1/2″ 2 5/8″ 14 5/16″ 16 3/16″ 36 Quad Medium
6’4″ 21″ 2 3/4″ 14 3/8″ 16 3/8″ 39.5 Quad Large
6’6″ 21″ 2 7/8″ 14 1/2″ 16 1/2″ 43.4 Quad Large
6’6″ 21 3/4″ 3″ 14 9/16″ 16 5/8″ 47 Quad Large
Length Width Thickness Nose Tail Volume(L) Rec. Fins
5’8″ 19 5/8″ 2 5/16 14 1/8″ 16 1/8″ 28.3 Quad Medium
5’10” 19 3/4″ 2 3/8 14 1/8″ 16 1/8″ 30.3 Quad Medium
6’0″ 20″ 2 1/2″ 14 1/4″ 16 1/8″ 31.2 Quad Medium
6’2″ 20 1/2″ 2 5/8″ 14 5/16″ 16 3/16″ 36 Quad Medium
6’4″ 21″ 2 3/4″ 14 3/8″ 16 3/8″ 39.5 Quad Large
6’6″ 21″ 2 7/8″ 14 1/2″ 16 1/2″ 43.4 Quad Large
6’6″ 21 3/4″ 3″ 14 9/16″ 16 5/8″ 47 Quad Large
L W T Nose Tail Vol(L)
5’8″ 19 5/8″ 2 5/16 14 1/8″ 16 1/8″ 28.3
5’10” 19 3/4″ 2 3/8 14 1/8″ 16 1/8″ 30.3
6’0″ 20″ 2 1/2″ 14 1/4″ 16 1/8″ 31.2
6’2″ 20 1/2″ 2 5/8″ 14 5/16″ 16 3/16″ 36
6’4″ 21″ 2 3/4″ 14 3/8″ 16 3/8″ 39.5
6’6″ 21″ 2 7/8″ 14 1/2″ 16 1/2″ 43.4
6’6″ 21 3/4″ 3″ 14 9/16″ 16 5/8″ 47
Length Width Thickness Vol(L)
5’8″ 19 5/8″ 2 5/16″ 28.3
5’10” 19 3/4″ 2 3/8″ 30.3
6’0″ 20″ 2 1/2″ 31.2
6’2″ 20 1/2″ 2 5/8″ 36
6’4″ 21″ 2 3/4″ 39.5
6’6″ 21″ 2 7/8″ 43.4
6’6″ 21 3/4″ 3″ 47

Personally I’m surfing the boss at 70% Four Fin while team riders Angus Forrest and Adam Morris prefer surfing their 5’7” and 5’9” models as Thrusters.

The smaller versions have been down to 5’6” and in the past month I have shaped a couple at 7ft 6″ and one monster for an old mate at 8ft x 23 x 3.25″

For further info I am available at our Frankston store on Fri and Sat.

 

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