The 2022 Badfish iSK8 features the Patented Wiki Rail Tail creating a clean release, improving rail bite and surfing performance. We’d spent 10 years building the world’s most innovative river surfing boards before we applied that experience to an inflatable surfboard. The iSK8 is the perfect board for someone learning to surf river waves, but don’t mistake it for a pool toy: this board was built to perform. Pack it on your next raft trip and hunt up a hidden wave, or just let the kids play in the eddy. The iSK8 is a whole new tool for fun!
//Wiki Rail Tail patent US8333630
//5’ 9” x 26” x 2 3/4”
//Slim offset carrying handle
//Board Weight: 15lbs
//Rider Capacity: 60lbs-200lbs
//Backpack Board Bag (Surf)
The iSK8 on BadfishSUP YouTube
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Great Board for Learning
I got the ISK8 a few seasons ago as my first board and had a blast learning how to surf on it. I never had any problems with the board and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a fun but easy-to-grasp board. This last summer I started surfing hardboards but will always keep the ISK8 for when I take friends to surf for the first time.
These are rad
My 11 year old, 13 year old, and I love the board. We have because 2 is better than 1....and 3 will be perfect.
The Sk8 is Great!
The Sk8 has allowed me to progress from boogie boarding on a wave to surfing in style.
My 90 lb daughter uses the ISK8, and loves it, and I can also surf it as a 180 lb man. We just started surfing last year and the river crowd seems to agree that the ISK8 is a great all around river surf board. Badfish has excellent customer service and helped me figure out the board best for our situation. Do it.
Very good board
It’s a very good board to learn river surfing. Very stable and good looking. I like it because it’s durable and easy to move from one point to an other. I can also ride all kinds of waves with it. Since I’m surfing for a year now, I’m looking for a fastest board. The ISK8 is good, but not as fast and maneuverable as a hard board. I will continue to ride mine when water is low or during winter, because of ice chunks. But, for a better performance, I would recommand a hard board. Would be curious to try the SK8!