- Length: 6'2
- Width: 21
- Thickness: 2 11/16
- Volume: L39.8
- Fins System: FCS2
- Rider ability: Intermediate to advance
- Suitable Conditions: 2 - 3ft
- Construction: PU
- Concave: Single to a double finishing with a vee through the tail
- Rails: Full rails that are forgiving for small, weak conditions
- Fins: FCSII 5 fin set-up (Fins not included)
- Template: A short, wide design that packs loads of volume for unbelievable amounts of speed and paddle power
- Nose: Similar to the rest of the board, the nose is slightly fuller providing the board with speed and paddle power
- Tail: A wide squash tail adding even more speed and versatility thanks to the additional lift it creates
- Rocker: A fairly flat rocker that helps the board travel through weaker sections with speed and flow
The 107 is your go-to board for waves up to 3ft. A favourite amongst JS??? long list of team riders, Joel Parko took a particular shining to the 107, surfing it in small waves lacking any particular grunt. The 107 was actually a prototype board that was floating around the factory that suddenly went missing and then later found in Parko???s quiver 18 months later! JS subsequently decided to replicate the template and named it after the original model number on the prototype. The rest as they say, is history???
The template of the 107 is short, wide and thick that holds loads of volume. The nose is wider and fuller which helps the board to paddle like an absolute steam boat and travel through flat sections maintaining huge amounts of speed. The tail has been designed with a straighter hip that leaves more rail in the face of the wave generating greater down the line speed. This then leads into the squash tail that provides the board with responsiveness and more speed through weaker sections.
The 107 has a deep single concave under the chest that offers a larger sweet spot before running into a deeper double concave through the fins and finishes with a light rolled vee out of the tail to reduce catch. The single concave provides the board is provides a great planning area for additional drive and the double channel will direct water flow through the fins and out of the tail. This design allows for easy manoeuvrability while still giving the board maximum lift and speed. The 107 features a fairly flat rocker that helps with paddle ability and creating speed from the get-go through to flat sections. JS designed the 107 with full rails that are more forgiving as they are harder to catch and help the board with speed and paddle power.