Model MicroJet
Class Performance Groveler Shortboard
Rocker Options
    OR [ORIGIN]     Origin Nose / Origin Tail
    AT [ALL TERRAIN]     Origin Nose / Accelerated Tail
Rails Medium performance
Bottom Contours Single to double to single exhaust pipe behind fins (spiral vee optional)
Ideal Conditions Summer waves, soft, slopey, weak, small pitchy/pockety.
Ideal Wave Range 2' - 4'
Functional Range 1.5' - 5'

The MicroJet was developed from customer demand of a smaller wave version of the Jet. To create a true groveler version of the Jet: we shortened it up, widened the entire outline, especially in the nose for extra paddle power (but kept the very tail nice and tight to still be able to fit into pitchy/sectiony waves), lowered the rocker overall and lowered the entry rocker (rocker under your chest) for considerably faster paddling and small wave catchability. In additional, the signature Jet tail was widened just a bit for extra lift. The concaves remain true to single to double with the option of either spiral vee behind the front fins and out the tail for easier and quicker rail to rail transitions, or the compression of the double concave back to single behind the fins - just like the Jet - for extreme power and exhaust pipe effect of water containment from rail to rail all the way through the tail exit.

To answer a popular question we get: How does the MicroJet compared to the Reviver/V2 Reviver, and how do they differ? The Reviver is the ultimate groveler, and the V2 Reviver is the ultimate groveler with small but pitchy waves in mind. The Reviver and V2 Reviver both are heavily focused towards the smallest/weakest/mushiest waves possible and the excel there - and they happen to be super fun in medium sized surf as well - especially the V2 Reviver. The MicroJet was designed with more versatility in its design. The Reviver/V2 Reviver and MicroJet have relatively similar nose widths (the MicroJet's nose is a little more pulled in) but the MicroJet has a considerable narrower tail than the Reviver and V2 Reviver, which have extremely wide tails. That difference - in combination with a notch more rocker than the Reviver and V2 Reviver, make the MicroJet a great groveler, but also keeps it much more stable in medium to somewhat big and hollower waves. They're both absoutely phenomenal and functional boards, especially for seasonal surfing. Now the question is: which should you get first??


Origin Nose / Origin Tail

The OR, or Origin Rocker, the MicroJet was designed with. The OR rocker is the best all-around choice for making the most of the full wave range the MicroJet was designed for. Being the fastest of all the rocker options, it also makes it the best choice for those looking for more speed. Beginner - Advanced surfers.

Origin Nose / Accelerated Tail

The AT, or All Terrain Rocker, is designed to keep much of the utility and wave catchability of the OR rocker but enhance the off-the-tail performance of the MicroJet. The same nose rocker as the OR keeps a nearly identical paddle power & wave catchability while the accelerated tail rocker loosens up the board a bit and tightens its turning radius, enhancing its in-the-pocket performance capabilities. Much like All Terrain tires, it's designed for technical applications across a wide variety of conditions for those looking for a balance between utility & enhanced performance. Intermediate - Expert Surfers.

Length Width Thickness Volume
5'0 19 1/2 2 3/16 25.5 L
5'2 20 2 1/4 27.8 L
5'4 20 1/2 2 5/16 30.1 L
5'6 21 2 3/8 32.9 L
5'8 21 1/2 2 7/16 35.8 L
5'10 22 2 1/2 37.7 L
6'0 22 1/2 2 9/16 40.9 L
6'2 22 3/4 2 5/8 42.5 L
6'4 23 2 3/4 44.9 L
All dimensions are customizable.

Order the MicroJet if:
⬩ You want a small wave board with great medium wave ability across a variety of wave shapes & tidal conditions.
⬩ You'd rather have a slightly more precise board than a naturally looser board.
⬩ Maximum performance and precision in small-to-medium surf is most important.

Consider the Reviver if:
⬩ Tiny & small waves are more important than medium+ sized waves.
⬩ Optimal performance in softer, mushier waves is more important than pitchier waves.
⬩ Maximum performance and precision in tiny-to-small surf is most important.

Consider the Beta Fish if:
⬩ You want a board for medium waves with great small wave ability in mostly soft-to-almondy waves.
⬩ You want a fast board that's naturally somewhat loose but also has precision to play with vertical surfing.
⬩ You're torn between a groveler shortboard and a twin keel fish.

Recommended setup for your MicroJet: