Torq Fish 2016 Range Surfboard Review

The Torq Mod Fish surfboard range is designed for speed. Its perfect blend of a low rocker, full nose and wide mid-point, with clean well-balanced curves that blend into a traditional Fish swallow tail allow it to thrive in those less than perfect conditions.

Built using the most up-to-date Epoxy Technology and using the latest EPS Epoxy Materials, Torq surfboards are both high tech and lightweight – ideal for seasoned surfers.

Available at Boardshop: https://www.boardshop.co.uk/brands/torq-surfboards?cat=432
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Surfboard Trade Ins: https://www.boardshop.co.uk/trade-ins
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Comments

robert says:

I’m 6foot 1 inch and weigh about 90-100 kg what size fish should I be looking for I was thinking 6″6 or is that too small

Martin Ivanov says:

Hi I never surfing before and I want to start surfing and I dont know what board should I get. I am 185 cm tall an 68 kilgrams. What kind and what size board I need to learn how to surfing.

krusher74 says:

they are an EPS core.

szett123 says:

I currently ride a 7’10” pretty well. Ready to move to a short board to catch bigger waves. I’m 6’5” and weigh 175. I really want to duck dive and be able to maneuver the board well. Do you think the 6’6” Torq Fish would suit me well?

Math Hawaii says:

Hi, question here :
Actually I am a SUPsurfer but the two past summer I surfed 3-4ft waves in Newport Beach with a 7’2″ mini malibu (NSP), and now I’d like to buy a board but where I live the waves are like 1-3ft most of the time and the big waves sessions are big windy waves sessions.
So I wanted to buy a fish surfboard 6’6″ or 6’8″ so I could surf the small 1ft waves and still surf on windy days.
Could I do that with a board like that ?
I am 5’5″ and I weigh 55-60kg

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