STCY MFG Stacey Mfg Black Reaper Surfboard


Item No. 9272108


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The Black Reaper is the most highly regarded performance shortboard STCY has made, It's a staple in the board bag for all of our team riders and is the model that took Dakoda Walters to his 2019 Australasian Pro Junior victory.

The Black Reaper is a true performance shortboard designed to make you surf better, easier.


  • Style: Shortboard
  • Colour: Clear
  • Construction: PU
  • Fin Setup: Thruster
  • Fin Type: Futures / FCSII
  • Performance driven outline with slightly extra width under the chest & front foot area
  • All the explosive assets of a high performance short board with slightly more forgiving tendencies
  • Entry Rocker: Mild entry rocker for instantaneous speed generation & maintenance, letting you get in quick and get going easily
  • Exit Rocker: Long continuous tail rocker for phenomenal drive & speed control
  • Concave: Concentrated single concave under the front foot for instant speed with a neutral feel, splitting into double concave for added drive through high speed turns with a flat late exit for explosive freedom in the lip
  • Tail: Squash tail for all round high performance shredding in a multitude of conditions
  • PLEASE NOTE: Fins not included

Size Guide

Length Width Thickness Volume
5''9 18 3/4" 2 1/4" 25.2L
5''10 18 7/8" 2 5/16" 26.5L
5''11 19" 2 3/8" 27.8L
6''0 19 1/8" 2 3/8" 28.4L
6''1 19 1/4" 2 1/2" 30.5L
6''2 19 1/2" 2 1/2" 31.4L
6''3 19 3/4" 2 1/2" 32.3L
6''4 19 7/8" 2 5/8" 34.5L
6''6 20 1/4" 2 5/8" 36.2L

About The Brand

Lee Stacey stood at a strange old fork in the road. To the left lay life as the frontman for a hardcore metal band. To the right, a career as a surfboard shaper. The tour bus or the shaping bay? Horn hands or shakas?