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The much loved Lil’ Rascal goes bigger

Lil' Rascal

This squatty firebrand has all the speed of a retro-style shape, but with the holding power of a modern board.

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**All boards in the Rascal series can be built with larger dims to allow for the much loved performance features of the Rascals but with more volume where it’s appropriate for your needs. Just click on any Rascal series board in our online shop and select from the larger dimensions to make yours a “Big Rascal”

This squatty firebrand has all the speed of a retro-style shape, but with the holding power of a modern board. Using a bulby outline with a flatter rocker, full boxy rails, and new generation hull contours; it loves to rocket on 2 foot gutless days when most people are running for their longboards. This design has better traction than your typical retro-style speeders. Should be ridden 5” inches shorter and 1” wider than your standard shortboard. This is the fastest, funnest board I make for those of you who find yourselves surfing in small, weak, mushy, slopey, sectiony pointbreak waves ala 1st point Malibu, Leo Carrillo, Churches, etc…  You don’t have to ride a longboard on those days anymore 🙂

Check out the Rascal Movie to watch how the Lil’ Rascal will have you flying past the longboarders at your favorite spot.

FIN CONFIGURATION: thruster or five fin option to run as tri or quad.

WAVE PREFERENCES: small, weak, mushy, slopey, sectiony pointbreak surf

AVAILABLE TAIL CONFIGURATIONS: Swallowtail, roundtail, moontail

RECOMMENDED RIDER TYPES: beginner to advanced

Todd’s picks for traction, fins, & other board essentials

MR 2+1 FCSII

Andy Irons Dakine Traction

Popular DimensionsVolumeRider Weight
6’4″ x 21″ x 2 3/4″42LRider weight: 180-220 lb / 81-99 kg
6’6″ x 22 1/4″ x 3″ 48.5LRider weight: 190-230 lb / 86-104 kg
6’8″ x 22 1/4″ x 3 3/16″ 52.9LRider weight: 190-250 lb / 86-113 kg
6’10” x 22 3/4″ x 3″ 52.7LRider weight: 190-250 lb / 86-113 kg
7’0″ x 23″ x 3 1/4″ 58.8LRider weight: 190-260 lb / 86-117 kg
7’2″ x 22 1/2″ x 3 1/8″ 54.3LRider weight: 190-250 lb / 86-113 kg
7’6″ x 22 1/2″ x 2 3/4″ 52.8L190-250 lb / 86-113 kg
7’6″ x 22″ x 3″ 57.4LRider weight: 190-250 lb / 86-113 kg
7’10” x 23″ x 2 7/8″ 60.4LRider weight: 190-260 lb / 86-117 kg
**All boards in the Rascal series can be built with larger dims to allow for the much loved performance features of the Rascals but with more volume where it’s appropriate for your needs.

construction options & pricing

Polyester/Polyurethane

$950+
traditional foam & fiberglass - starting at ...

Proxy epoxy/EPS

$1100+
3-5 x the strength & durability of a poly, lighterweight & slightly more buoyant

Carbon Footprint

$1350+
stringerless Proxy epoxy with carbon reinforced rails

Titanium II Series

$1400+
any of our Proxy epoxy iterations with the additiona of strategically placed carbon/kevlar mesh
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how to get your board

ordering options

Ready to Ship >> from Stock

Custom Order & Detail your Board directly with Todd >>

Order Stock Quick >> 2 week build

Customize your Board >> in the Online Shop

Tubes, tubes and more tubes. Barrels and buckets and buckets of barrels. In Hawaii, in Mexico, in Australia where they’ve all gone feral. Shacks at dawn and dusk, even under moonlight and threat of the musky musk and the tusky tusk. Barrels for beebops and toddlers and grownups. We’ll navigate the future with religious zeal, riding holy rollers and watery chariots following on @keepittropical ‘s heels 6'1" x 19" x 2 9/16" 31L #holyrollersurfboard

Tubes, tubes and more tubes. Barrels and buckets and buckets of barrels. In Hawaii, in Mexico, in Australia where they’ve all gone feral. Shacks at dawn and dusk, even under moonlight and threat of the musky musk and the tusky tusk. Barrels for beebops and toddlers and grownups. We’ll navigate the future with religious zeal, riding holy rollers and watery chariots following on @keepittropical ‘s heels 6'1" x 19" x 2 9/16" 31L #holyrollersurfboard

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I’ve always admired the surfers that go to the places where everybody else isn’t. Watching the swell charts and the winds and tides, getting intel from the boots on the sand underground expats. Waiting till the masses flock to the next tour stop to pull the trigger on going to an off season under the radar swell that’s the farthest away from the melee. @petemendia seems to have always had a certain penchant for watching the wheels go round and round, no longer riding on the merry go round. People think he’s crazy doing what he’s doing (that was the Beetles btw) …but when you find empty peaks that are guttering out and running down the trench for tubes longer and deeper and emptier than a world that’s got it’s focus diverted away from the mystique of adventure basqued in solitude…that’s where you’ll find the yeti. Here he rides a 7’8” x 19 1/4” x 2 7/8” #Pipecleanersurfboard with orange air spray, black racy rails, glassed strong, with plenty of paddle power, carbon for strength, shallow single to double concaves to vee, and a quad to get an extra gear of speed to roll right through three foam balls, eight speed bumps and four chandeliers on the way to an exit 100 yards from where you pulled in. 
#emptyrunners #wholeness

Sequence @sacraficialamb 
@billabong_usa @billabong @gardenoflife @crowdcontrolsurf @freak_traction @sushijoflorida @nomadsurfshop @electric_surf

I’ve always admired the surfers that go to the places where everybody else isn’t. Watching the swell charts and the winds and tides, getting intel from the boots on the sand underground expats. Waiting till the masses flock to the next tour stop to pull the trigger on going to an off season under the radar swell that’s the farthest away from the melee. @petemendia seems to have always had a certain penchant for watching the wheels go round and round, no longer riding on the merry go round. People think he’s crazy doing what he’s doing (that was the Beetles btw) …but when you find empty peaks that are guttering out and running down the trench for tubes longer and deeper and emptier than a world that’s got it’s focus diverted away from the mystique of adventure basqued in solitude…that’s where you’ll find the yeti. Here he rides a 7’8” x 19 1/4” x 2 7/8” #Pipecleanersurfboard with orange air spray, black racy rails, glassed strong, with plenty of paddle power, carbon for strength, shallow single to double concaves to vee, and a quad to get an extra gear of speed to roll right through three foam balls, eight speed bumps and four chandeliers on the way to an exit 100 yards from where you pulled in.
#emptyrunners #wholeness

Sequence @sacraficialamb
@billabong_usa @billabong @gardenoflife @crowdcontrolsurf @freak_traction @sushijoflorida @nomadsurfshop @electric_surf

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Backhand carve in Da Islands by @petemendia 
6’3” x 19 1/4” x 2 11/16” 32.5L #Flyinlionsurfboard roundtail slight step-up in poly construction. This model is currently our most popular high performance step-up. It threads barrels, yet does in the pocket like a shortboard. Glide in paddle so you get in early. It has heavy concaves through the fins that provide for a clampy grip off the bottom that holds and drives into the lip with maximum drive. It’s snappy with controlled release through carves too. So if your looking for which step-up out of all my different shapes this winter this is the one for that overhead+ ripping range. 
🎥 @dejadrone 
@billabong_usa @billabong @gardenoflife @crowdcontrolsurf @nomadsurfshop @sushijoflorida @freak_traction @electric_surf

Backhand carve in Da Islands by @petemendia
6’3” x 19 1/4” x 2 11/16” 32.5L #Flyinlionsurfboard roundtail slight step-up in poly construction. This model is currently our most popular high performance step-up. It threads barrels, yet does in the pocket like a shortboard. Glide in paddle so you get in early. It has heavy concaves through the fins that provide for a clampy grip off the bottom that holds and drives into the lip with maximum drive. It’s snappy with controlled release through carves too. So if your looking for which step-up out of all my different shapes this winter this is the one for that overhead+ ripping range.
🎥 @dejadrone
@billabong_usa @billabong @gardenoflife @crowdcontrolsurf @nomadsurfshop @sushijoflorida @freak_traction @electric_surf

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The best way to live free! Love one another, love the Giver of Life, and count your blessings! ❤️🙌
Happy Thanksgiving everybody!

The best way to live free! Love one another, love the Giver of Life, and count your blessings! ❤️🙌
Happy Thanksgiving everybody!

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