Pyzel Gremlin Surfboard Review

Ian Reviews the Pyzel Gremlin surfboard:

The Pyzel Gremlin is the shorter, wider and flatter rockered cousin of the Pyzel Ghost and Phantom models.

The Gremlin is in effect a step-down Phantom, designed to make the most of average conditions and in reality the vast majority of waves we encounter at home and on our travels throughout Europe and the Canaries etc.

This clever little board will get you amped for surfing, it paddles like a dream and the flatter rocker and wider dims maintains speed no matter how mushy or uninspiring the surf conditions.

Whilst the generous proportions create speed and glide, Jon has added a little lift in the tail to keep it snappy in the turns and the single to double and extra vee assist proper rail surfing and a lively nature in all but the smallest waves.

The Gremlin is one of the more versatile boards in the Pyzel stable; perfect as a step-down for average/good surfers and sized right a great option for surfers new to shortboarding. Ride the Gremlin about the same length as you are tall (a little longer if you’re a first time shortboarder) or 6 inches shorter than your height if you know what you’re doing.

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Joe Lesina says:


Miguel Marquina says:

If this is the board that grovels out of the set then why is it in the daily driver category? Most grovelers start at knee high so a bit an overlap with the phantom?

Antonio Michael says:

Sick board

Robert Scanlan says:

rip’em shred’em bra

Ryan The Rock says:

im a ripper…haha

Nik las says:

Love your reviews!!
I’m 6’2, 79 Kilos
I would say I’m an advanced intermediate
Do you think 5’10 would do it or would you go with the 5’11/6’0
Is it possible to order a gremlin with spray job?

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