-- CUSTOM SHAPES SINCE 1985 --

$125 OFF ALL BOARDS | USE CODE: CYBER20

Muffin Top

The Muffin Top is a board that will maximize your fun on sloppy days while serving you well when the conditions clean up. We've cherry picked the past to combine a proven full outline, boxy rails and clean curve to produce a maximum planing area design. Our lowest rocker vehicle, this is a wide squash with corners. The flat deck and angular rails pay homage to the "surf skates" of the past, but the modern bottom combination of a light roll in the nose, with a single to double concave that ends with a light fee off the tail, gives the Muffin Top everything necessary for a modern approach to groveling.

*COLOR NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE. PLEASE CALL IF YOU WANT TO ADD COLOR.

Read More
Select Size
Fin System

*All boards are custom shaped. Please allow 3 to 4 weeks, possibly a little longer depending on construction and add ons such as color. If you need to have a board rushed, let us know and we can discuss options.


*NOTE: PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

**ALL STANDARD DIMENSION BOARDS WILL COME STOCK WITH NO ADDED FEATURES.

***PRICE SHOWN IS FOR PU SURFBOARDS ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

****SHIPPING COST FOR BOARDS IS BASED ON SIZE.

Customer Reviews
5.0 Based on 5 Reviews
Write a Review

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
    N
    01/03/2020
    Nick
    Great Board

    Amazing board! Very stable, picks up speed with little effort, can ride it short enough that it handles in bigger steeper surf! Highly recommend if you don't like pointy noise boards.

    C
    04/12/2017
    Cliff
    Great East Coast Board

    The Muffin Top really surpassed all expectations on the first session. I surf the South Carolina coast mainly and took it out in waist high glassy conditions for the maiden voyage. Man this board is fun! It's so fast down the line I could pull off manuvers not possible on my conventional shortboard. I weigh 155 lbs. and ordered a 5'4 board. I'm 41 years old and really appreciated the volume on the rails for stability. It paddles well but still requires some reasonable effort to catch waves. I was able to connect sections with ease and it really turns well for a groveler. I ordered the FCS 2 system with performer medium fins. Having tried both I preferred the thruster setup to the quad. The quad was just too hard to turn for me. I would recommend this board for any East Coast surfer looking to maximise fun on most days. Good job Rusty!

    JP
    01/13/2017
    John P.
    Magic Muffin Top

    I ordered the Muffin Top after watching Rusty talk through its design features in his video review. I'm 5'9" 160lbs and ordered it 5'3". From 1st sighting it online, it looked like it was going to be a really fun little board for summer grovelling. Clever bottom with its low rocker, rolled V into single to double concave, and wide tail block, it was always going to get going fast, be easy to get from rail to rail, and glide through slow mush fast. Just what the doctor ordered as medicine for small waves! But that's just the beginning of the story with the Muffin Top. The real surprise is the way this board works in waves that are bigger than your typical knee to waist high summer slop. I've surfed it as a quad with the new Matt Biolos template FCS2 medium fins up to 4ft in nicely lined up right hand point break waves here at Kirra Point, and The Superbank on the Gold Coast and it was super fun! Held in well, and even with a really straight outline, the chamfered rails, diamond tail, and clever bottom contours means this board will turn tighter than you'd expect as well as projecting down the line when you need to race a close out section. The Muffin Top is a really really fun board that's become my go to fun board for everything from ankle high to shoulder high. I have no hesitation recommending it

    JP
    01/11/2017
    John P.
    Brilliant Muffin Top Magic

    I ordered the Muffin Top after watching Rusty talk through its design features in his video review. I'm 5'9" 160lbs and ordered it 5'3". From 1st sighting it online, it looked like it was going to be a really fun little board for summer grovelling. Clever bottom with its low rocker, rolled V into single to double concave, and wide tail block, it was always going to get going fast, be easy to get from rail to rail, and glide through slow mush fast. Just what the doctor ordered as medicine for small waves! But that's just the beginning of the story with the Muffin Top. The real surprise is the way this board works in waves that are bigger than your typical knee to waist high summer slop. I've surfed it as a quad with the new Matt Biolos template FCS2 medium fins up to 4ft in nicely lined up right hand point break waves here at Kirra Point, and The Superbank on the Gold Coast and it was super fun! Held in well, and even with a really straight outline, the chamfered rails, diamond tail, and clever bottom contours means this board will turn tighter than you'd expect as well as projecting down the line when you need to race a close out section. The Muffin Top is a really really fun board that's become my go to fun board for everything from ankle high to shoulder high. I have no hesitation recommending it

    G
    11/30/2016
    Greg
    Don't let the small days keep you dry!

    Was looking for a small wave board to avoid going to a bigger board or log. First time I rode it, I loved it! Used the new Lost fins as a quad and tried as a tri as well. Love riding it as a quad. I recommend this board as it is fun in a variety of conditions. It'll get me out there on the waist high days which is what I wanted.

    Search

    z