Sharpeye Inferno 72 Surfboard – No Spray/Clear
The Inferno 72 is the model Sharpeye Surfboards built for the 2021 Stab in the Dark contest. This board is a PU/PE replica of the Dark Arts Epoxy board that took the win.
The Inferno 72 was originally designed for Filipe Toledo to compete on at “The Rumble at the Ranch” competition in 2020. Filipe ended up winning the comp. When Sharpeye shaper Marcio Zouvi was approached by Stab to enter the Dark Arts edition he chose to supply the Inferno 72.
The Inferno 72 is a tuned up version of the Disco Inferno, a tried and tested QS favourite. We have added more rocker in the entry and exit for more hold through turns and drive. It’s going to surf its best in small to medium waves and just like the Disco Inferno the Inferno 72 is a performance surfboard that will handle just about all conditions thrown at it and maintain its spark.
About this board:
Glassing: Standard glassing (4+4 deck, 4 x bottom)
Fin Boxes: FCS2/Futures x 3 (Choose option above – Fins not included)
Tail shape: Squash Tail
Dimensions/Litres: See size graph above
About Sharpeye Surfboards:
The Sharp Eye Surfboards mission is to ensure every surfer is satisfied with a premium product and service they can rely on. Their knowledge in performance refinement means the entire collection of surfboard models from fun shapes to small wave performers offer every surfer the quality and craftsmanship expected from one of the world’s leading surfboard brands.
Sharp Eye Surfboards are ridden by some of the world’s best including Filipe Toledo, Alejo Muniz, Brian Toth and Cody Thompson to name a few.
Sharp Eye Surfboards Australia are manufactured on the East Coast in Tweed Heads, the heartland of Australian surfing and are shaped and finished locally.
Sharp Eye Surfboards pushes the boundaries of modern design with a range of surfboard models that have been built to test conventional shaping practices. Sharp Eye Surfboards offer high quality, consistent board design.
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