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Rainbow – Clark Tri

Rainbow – Clark Tri

Design: The Clark Tri full bodied beak nose, subtle bumb squash, 80′s superhero.

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Rainbow – Clark Mini-Log

Rainbow – Clark Mini-Log

Design: Like putting a high performance longboard in the “shrinky-dink”. Sized from 8’0” to 8’11”. High performance, flat bottom with V before the fin.

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Rainbow – Clark Twinzer

Rainbow – Clark Twinzer

Design: If you are looking for a short board feel, but want the paddling and wave catching ability of a bigger shape, then this is your new board. Full bodied contemporary egg template combined with four fins and no center fin gives the Rainbow Twinzer all of the benefits listed above. Sizes from 6’6” to 7’11”. Available as a twinzer or quad.

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Rainbow – Clark Bar

Rainbow – Clark Bar

Design: Classic Late 60′s early 70′s egg shape up to 7’11”. Continuous curves, forgiving rails, flat bottom for speed. Custom designed single fin.

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Rainbow – Clark Double Wing Pin

Rainbow – Clark Double Wing Pin

Design: “West Coast” mid to late 70′s up to 7’11”. Classic wider performance outline. Continuous curves into Double Wing Pin. Full rails with a beak nose.

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Rainbow Clark – Rainbow Fish

Rainbow Clark – Rainbow Fish

Inspired in Australia for Johny Gil, this hand shaped fish has all the curves you need. This board has a deep cut tail, low rocker, beaked nose, flat deck and full rails. Sizes up to 6’6”. Built in the true fish tradition, this board delivers. Available as a keel or 4 fin set up.

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