6'4" Campbell Brothers Russ Short
6'4" x 19 7/8" x 2 5/8"
The original three fin bonzer was developed by the Campbell Brothers (Malcolm and Duncan Campbell) in December of 1970, the design was way ahead of its time and the Campbell Brothers had to wait for the rest of the surfing population to catch up to their progressive new boards. The Russ Short model is the quintessential 70's bonzer with boxy, hard edged rails, wide point forward, beak nose, narrow tail, and deep bonzer concave. The Russ Short is one of our go to performance oriented boards as it allows for really radical, performance oriented surfing without budging on stylistic excellency. Russ Shorts really smooth out ones surfing and they really make each surfer plot their line very carefully and push riders to surf the wave in a top to bottom fashion without derivation.
Join our Surf Club and begin experimenting with a diverse quiver of quality surfboards. Sign up online by purchasing one of the options above. If you have questions regarding board selection, please contact us or come in and talk with us about the Surf Club in person. Upon purchasing a Membership, you can email us to reserve this board and others for specific days. Please review our Terms & Conditions for Surf Club Membership in detail before purchasing.
Day Pass Membership - This is a walk-in offer intended for folks that are not in the neighborhood who would like to have access to boards from the surf club quiver that are not reserved for the day they visiting. Boards will need to be returned within 24 hours and Single Session users are liable for any ding repair that occurs.
Monthly Membership - Members of the surf club will receive unlimited access to all surf club boards, reservation priority, and are allowed up to a 3 day holding period. Ongoing files will be kept to document the experimentation process, this can also be used for custom board ordering through the shapers we work with.
Extended Membership - Members have the same benefits as Monthly Members and are allowed holding periods of 7 days.