Pyzel Ghost JJF Futures 5 Fin Surfboard - White

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Item code: 245421

His dominant Margarets performance in 2017, the Bells Beach alley-oop, several mind-bending rides at J-Bay, not to mention his 2nd world title itself… how many iconic moments in recent pro-surfing history have resulted from the John John Florence x Pyzel Ghost combination?

The surfboard that Pyzel has described as “possibly the first truly high-performance board that works great for all levels of surfer” is back for 2019. It’s still essentially the same board – same stock dimensions, same outline, rocker and bottom shape – in fact the only thing that’s new is the subtle JJF flag on the deck.

The Ghost has sometimes been called a daily driver, i.e. a go-to board for everyday conditions, but this is maybe slightly misleading – if it’s 2ft and onshore you’re realistically not going to be reaching for your Ghost, not unless you’re John John. But in surf anywhere from half-decent to downright epic, the Ghost is a board unlike any other, and as a "good wave board" it's pretty versatile.

“You can do the best surfing in your life on it,” wrote Longtom, the surf blog Beach Grit’s resident board reviewer. “When catching a wave it goes from low speed to planing incredibly easily and effectively. It knifes into a late drop better than any board I’ve ridden.”

Order it at your height or several inches longer.


  • Construction: PU
  • Outline: The wide point is pushed forward of centre but the reduced area through the nose and pulled-in tail allow the board to fit better into steep waves
  • Concave: Double within a single that runs the board’s entire length. This gives you speed and lift whether you’re on rail or gliding over flat sections, and also assists quick rail-to-rail transitions.
  • Rocker: Medium/low entry rocker for getting into waves easily and speed out the blocks, with a tonne of curve in the rear for perfect control and response
  • Rails: Thinner rails towards the tail aid turns at high speed and provide hold in the barrel
  • Tail: Rounded pin
  • Fin Set-Up: Futures 5 fin
  • Fin System: Futures fin boxes
  • Ideal Conditions: Head-high surf and over
  • Recommended Rider Ability: Intermediate to advanced


LengthWidthThicknessVolume (Ltr)
5'11"19 1/8"2 1/2"28.4
6'0"19 3/8"2 9/16"29.9
6'1"19 1/2"2 5/8"31.3
6'2"19 5/8"2 11/16"32.7
6'3"19 7/8"2 3/4"34.3
6'4"20"2 7/8"36.6

Fin Set Up Five Fin
Surfboard Construction PU
Surfboard Tail Shape Rounded Pin
Surfboard Types Shortboards