AGENDA and Shortbus Wake have collaborated once again to bring you the “Scallywag” wakesurfer. Shortbus has used their vast knowledge of oceanic wave riding along with the feedback from their wakesurf team riders to create a quality USA made board Designed with Awesomeness. The Scallywag comes in 4’6” and 4"10" lengths and matched up with 20 1/2” and 21" widths which allows the board to have a variety of riders suitable to surf it. The Scallywag comes in a 2" and 2 1/4” thickness giving you the volume of 23 liters and 28.5 liters respectively. Constructed with a 6oz glass lay up with polyester resin. So, what do you get with all these things added together? A board that will perform for a young rider, new to the sport or a seasoned veteran getting ready to shred a session. Go ahead and throw on top the new FCS II “keyless” fin system, which allows for quick, easy and effortless changing of your fins and you’re in it to win it. See what all the fuss is about and come catch a ride on a Shortbus!
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*Note: Wakesurfers are made to order, please allow 2-3 weeks for production and ship time.
• Includes Free USA Shipping (Lower 48 states only)
• Includes AGENDA "Classic" Traction pad set
• FCS II Fin system with Proformer / Pro Core fins
• Constructed with Artic Foam, Aerialite Fiberglass and Resin Research 2000 series resin.
• Made In USA
20 1/2" Wide x 2" Thickness x 23 Liters volume (up to 180lbs.)
21" Wide x 2 1/4" Thickness x 28.5 Liters volume (up to 225lbs.)
Well, this is how it all started. There was this ding guy (that was sometimes the polisher, the fin guy, the hotcoater), but mostly a ding guy. That guy was me, Curtis Cromwell, the creator of Shortbus Skims. With repairing a few skimboards here and there, I started to think, “Man, I can build these”. But at the time, skimming was not that big in Cape Hatteras. Then, a few more boards started showing up to be fixed. So, I got up with Stephen Schank, a friend and local Kiteboard builder. He was building one of the lightest and most durable kiteboards on the market (Shout out to Aggression Kiteboards). I decided to pick his brain and see if I could use that cutting edge kiteboard technology to build a better skimboard. After building a few, perfecting the method and deciding on a name, Shortbus Skims was born.
About FCS II Fin System