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DHD Surfboards

Pocket Knife

Manufactured in United States
Manufacturing Time:
~ 7 Weeks
The Purpose:

The DHD Pocket Knife is a performance option for when the surf is in the low 1-4 foot range. With a wider nose and smooth outline and tight rounded tail, the Pocket Knife will give you greater natural speed while still maintaining your control and responsiveness.

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Note: Price includes a full board resin tint, advise color in comments section on checkout page. The ultimate everyday small wave board to improve your wave count.


Medium to low entry rocker running into flat and a low to medium tail lift for smooth release.


Boxy rails for extra speed in average conditions.


Flat into a single to double concave.

Wave Height
1 - 4ft
4 / 5
Drive / Speed
4 / 5
Paddle Power
4 / 5
Best For:

The Pocket Knife by DHD is a small wave option that is fuller in volume than it's brother the DHD Black Diamond. Ridden 5 to 6 inches shorter than your regular shortboard, you can take this board into smaller conditions and really turn it up.

Select Surfboard Size:
5' 4"
20 1/4" 2 1/2" 30 $730
5' 6"
20 1/2" 2 9/16" 32 $730
5' 8"
20 1/2" 2 5/8" 33.5 $730
5' 10"
20 5/8" 2 5/8" 35 $730
6' 0"
20 3/4" 2 3/4" 38.5 $730
6' 2"
20 7/8" 2 3/4" 40 $730
6' 4"
21 1/4" 2 7/8" 43.5 $730
Select Tail Shape:
Construction:        &       Glassing:
PU (Fiberglass)
Team Lite
Extra Strong
Bullet Proof
To be Written on Board:
Select Fin Layout & System
Select Artwork

Comments & Reviews

Ask DHD Surfboards a Question

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Jack Mitchell May 14, 2015 at 8:40 pm

Trying to figure out what to do about a new board. I am 5’ 10’ and weigh 180 at most and surf a point break in Ventura Ca. Thats the good news. The not so good news is that I am 66 years old and need paddle power and a fuller shape with volume under chest for picking up waves and a little more in the tail for stability. (It sucks getting old). I have been surfing continually for 50 years and want a board that can get down the line without having to go to a longboard. Right now I am riding a 7 Ft. egg by FC surfboards in Ventura. I need to be up around 50 liters to get the flotation I want and ease of catching waves in the chest to shoulder high range. So maybe you could help me out here with some ideas. I sure would appreciate your advice .


Jack Mitchell May 15, 2015 at 3:01 am

The Switch Blade and The Monster looks very cool with a wider outline. Could you build one in a 7 ft and go a little wider with a little more thickness just to punch a few more liters of volume out of it? Or whatever it takes to keep the integrity of the shape.


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Comments & Reviews

Mark - / 51Yrs / 5'6" cm / 165kg / Intermediate / Advanced - Intermediate / Advanced 5'10" x 20 5/8" x 2 5/8" x 35L
While I love the Jordy thruster fins I found it tracked better as a quad in the slightly bigger, steeper stuff yet still having carry through the flatter sections - as Darren says : fun board !
2016-04-28 13:45:01
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