Doomswell Nubstep - Tighty Whitey 2020

  • Due to the amazing popularity of the Tighty Whitey boards, Doomswell has brought them back for 2020. Now with more added speed and F4 inner foiled fins!  A fresh take on an already perfect board! The Nubstep is Doomswells answer for the more advanced surfer. Tight turns and high flys are what this board brings to the game! Pair all that with excellent control and you've got yourself a winner! 


    The Nubstep was created with the high-performance surfer in mind. The pulled back wing and rounded diamond tail offers a tight turning radius, and allows the rider to boost on command while still maintaining control. The Nubstep wakesurf board is designed with a mixture of skim and surfboard features that include a flat bottom, low rocker, and crisp quarter round rails for a quick, responsive ride. Learn more about the Nubstep by clicking on the video below.
  • - Carbon Fiber stringer reinforcement
    - Ultralight weight EPS Foam Core for structural integrity and stiffness - Full Deck Traction w/ 3M Marine Grade PSA Adhesive
    - Futures (ILT) Quad Fin System
    - lightest and strongest fin system in the world
    - Futures Thermocore F4 front fins for loose radical surfing
    - TMF1 rear fins to increase drive and provide directional control through turns without sacrificing speed
    - Epoxy Fiberglass Skin provides strong yet flexible shell - Vent Plug / Self Venting to help maintain the balance of pressure inside the Wakesurf boards
  • Stock Dimensions:
    -4’-6” x 20” x 2” -Volume = 25L -Recommended rider size = Up to 210

    -4’-8” x 20-1/2” x 2-1/8” -Volume = 27L -Recommended rider size = Up to 250

    -5’-0” x 21-1/2” x 2-3/16” -Volume = 31L -Recommended rider size = Up to 290

    -5’-2” x 22” x 2 3/8” -Volume = 36L -Recommended rider size = Up to 315

    Fins = Quad Ride as a quad with large front and "nubster" rear fins to give you plenty of drive down the line with a very "locked in" stable feel. Remove the small rear fins and ride as a twin fin with the large front fins and the board becomes very loose and able to spin.