River Surfer 104

1 review

The River Surfer was the board that started it all at Badfish, and has become the standard for all other river surfing SUPs. We refreshed the RS 104 with carbon vector net and reinforced fin boxes. A single-wing swallow tail maintains volume to effectively surf in river waves, while still allowing it to turn harder and tighter. The RS 104 can be surfed as a paddle board or as a traditional surfboard.

//6’ 4” x 28” x 4 5/8”
//104 Liters
//EVA traction
//FCS tri-fin
//Gore-Tex® vented handle
//EPS/Fiberglass construction
//Reinforced fin boxes
//Carbon vector net
//Board Weight: 17lbs
//Rider Capacity: 100lbs-250lbs

The River Surfer is built with a traditional epoxy surfboard layup. This board is built for performance over durability. If durability is a priority, please consider an inflatable board. There is no warranty on the River Surfer once it has been on the water. 


River Surfer from Badfish on Youtube

Customer Reviews
5.0 Based on 1 Reviews
5 ★
4 ★
3 ★
2 ★
1 ★
Write a Review Ask a Question

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:
  • SK8 5'0
  • measure
  • kicker waves
  • river surfboard
  • Snapper
  • RS140
  • part
  • surfers
  • paddle
  • rapids
United States United States

Great in all kinds of waves

My first river surfboard was the RS140 which they do not make anymore. It was a little TOO big for faster waves and this new smaller configuration of the RS is a great river surfboard for 90% of surfers! It’s possible to surf it on little ankle high kicker waves and even big waves in huge rapids. I prefer using it without a paddle. This board is an important part of any riversurf quiver, I also recommend the SK8 5’0” (I have the low volume also not made anymore) for bigger faster waves. If you have a man made wave nearby then you are a lucky SoB and you should get this board and probably a snapper too for good measure.