Wave Farmer

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Driving across the wheat fields of eastern Washington, on the way back to the airport after surfing the largest standing wave in the Country at Lakeside Surf in Lake Chelan, Washington, Badfish shaper Zack Hughes was inspired to create the Wave Farmer series of surfboards. The wave required a high-performance board with plenty of rocker in the nose and tail to make smooth rail to rail carves, provide a launch pad for airs and clear the tail on spins. The Wave Farmer comes in three sizes and will unlock the next level of your river surfing at the best waves. Like a farmer working the land to produce food, inland surfing is all about the creation of surf culture where none existed before. The Wave Farmer Series is the fruit of our labors.

//4’10x18 5/8” x2 ½”
//26 Liters
//5’2”x 18 5/8” x 2 1/2”
//28 Liters
//5’4”x 19 ½” 2 ½”
//29 Liters
//Gore-Tex® vent
//EPS/Fiberglass construction
//FCS Tri-Fin

The Wave Farmer 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 Wave Farmer once it has been on the water.

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Bryce R.
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Best Board

Amazing experience took my surf to a new level!

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I'm 510 and have the 411 farmer. Love it

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Wave Farmer is All That!

Super psyched to ride the board. After a few hours of testing between the 4'10 and the 5'2, it became clear that the 5'2 was the right choice for me. Only 2L difference in Volume, and a slight difference to the tail shape, but for some reason, it just works for me. Incredibly excited to have a "performance" inspired short board from BadFish. It has been incredible to watch and be a part of the evolution of Surf inspired boards. The 4'10 is a great board, and is super lively, while the 5'2 can be super lively and allow for casual riding as well. Reality is, I should just own one of each :)