One of the most versatile surfboard models in the world, this is the board that gives you the greatest chance for maximum fun and peak performance in all conditions. It’s by far our most popular surfboard globally, and in HYFI, it’s only getting better. Two years in the making, our patent pending Hybrid Fiber Diamond (or HYFI) is an exclusive multi-layer construction that feels like nothing else out there. Think of it as a futuristic exoskeleton for a surfboard that allows it to be lighter and stronger than ever before, while still maintaining the perfect flex for maximum performance. With the Blak Box II being a clear favourite for surfers chasing a board to rely on in everything from average summer beachies to peeling pointbreaks, it has the perfect blend of strengths to make it the ideal model for HYFI’s coming out party.
It creates speed instantly when the waves are small thanks to its fuller outline and low entry/exit rockers, yet still has the ability to handle when the swell’s up due to its subtle bottom contours and performance hip squash tail. All of these design features combine to create an incredibly balanced EVERY DAY ALL-ROUNDER. For the widest range of people, and the widest range of waves, the BLAK BOX II is your new best friend!
WAVE TYPE: BLAK BOX2 performs best in waves that are fat and crumbly but goes equally well when its clean and hollow. Best wave height is between 0 and 4 feet. BLAK BOX2 is fast, manoeuvrable and super rippable! BLAK BOX2 is perfect in average conditions when most high performance boards are struggling.
Rocker: An overall low to flat rocker is the perfect all-round rocker creating speed and glide in small to average conditions.
Fin setup: Blak Box 2 comes stock as a five fin and will work equally well as a quad or thruster depending on the conditions. Alternative setups are available with custom orders.
Glassing specs: HYFI Construction.
Rail type:Blak Box 2 has full rails, reducing catch and increasing speed in and out of choppy or soft sections.
CONCAVE: BB2 features a single concave through the nose running into a double concave starting forward of the fins. This design directs water under your feet to maintain lift, speed and manoeuvrability.