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Emery Surfboards

Stump Thumb

Manufactured in Australia
Manufacturing Time:
~ 4 Weeks
The Purpose:

The Emery Stump Thumb was designed as a high performance fish or hybrid concept that works in long running walls. This version of the Emery Stump Original model has the outline slightly pulled in through the tail with an added round tail for smooth responsiveness. For another smooth outlined all rounder that will hold up more in the bigger stuff, check out the Emery Shoe

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Easy entry to flat rocker for planing speed.


Medium, refined rails.


It has a single concave through to double concave.

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

The surfer who enjoys big carves, tight surfing in the pocket and figure eights. Combining the forgivable lines of a fish with fine tuned performance elements for critical surfing. The Emery Stump Thumb is a great mix between easy surfing and high performance, making it a great all rounder. Also check out the Emery Stump Diamond model.

Select Surfboard Size:
5' 2"
18 1/4" 2 0" 20.23 $800
5' 3"
18 3/8" 2 1/16" 21.3 $800
5' 4"
18 1/2" 2 1/8" 21.42 $800
5' 5"
18 5/8" 2 3/16" 23.55 $800
5' 6"
18 3/4" 2 1/4" 24.72 $800
5' 7"
18 7/8" 2 5/16" 25.92 $800
5' 8"
19 0" 2 3/8" 27.17 $800
5' 9"
19 1/8" 2 7/16" 28.41 $800
5' 10"
19 1/4" 2 1/2" 29.72 $800
5' 11"
19 3/8" 2 9/16" 31.07 $800
6' 0"
19 1/2" 2 5/8" 32.28 $800
6' 1"
19 5/8" 2 11/16" 33.73 $800
6' 2"
19 3/4" 2 3/4" 35.52 $800
6' 3"
19 7/8" 2 13/16" 36.76 $800
6' 4"
20 0" 2 7/8" 38.27 $800
Select Tail Shape:
Construction:        &       Glassing:
PU (Fiberglass)
EPS (Epoxy)
Team Lite
Extra Strong
To be Written on Board:
Select Fin Layout & System
Select Artwork

Stump Thumb Videos

See the original stump video.

Comments & Reviews

Ask Stump Thumb a Question

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Sally Murray May 30, 2015 at 1:10 am

what would the volume be at 6-4 x 20 1/4 x 2 11/16


Boardcave Australia June 1, 2015 at 3:13 pm

Hi Sally, it is hard to guess a volume as there is a lot that plays into it, but my best guess would be in the 37" range or so.


Marty Stewart August 6, 2015 at 5:52 am

I live in Jan Juc and in the usual 2 – 4 foot clean reef days surf a 6'4" x 18.75 x 2.5 as my go to board. (Nose width 11" & tail width 14.5") I'm a fit 50 years old (185cm & 87kg) and been surfing since mid teens but have generally ridden stock standard thrusters for 30 odd years. I have never ridden a board like a stump thumb but I know it would be looser in conditions described above than my regular board. 2 questions: Would a 6'1" x 19.75 x 2.75 stump thumb set up as a thruster be recommended for the type of waves we get here combined with my description of myself? That board has about 34.5 litres of foam in it. Based on the dims of my 6'4" described above how many litres roughly would that have? Sorry for the essay but if Im gunna drop $800 odd bucks I need to know. Cheers, Marty


Boardcave Australia August 6, 2015 at 6:55 am

Hi Marty. The Stump thumb is a great board for those smaller to medium sized waves. It will perform best in waves around 2-4 ft and will be extremely versitile. I would recommend this board for you, I think it would be easier for you to surf than your current board and will more than likely increase your wave count. It is hard to say how much volume is in your current board as this depends on how the foam has been distributed throughout the board, do you know what make and model your current board is? The stump thumb at 6'1" x 19.75 x 2.75 would have around 34.7 – 35.2 litres which is about what you should be surfing if you're intermediate to advanced ability.


Marty Stewart August 6, 2015 at 7:09 am

Boardcave Australia Thanks for the quick reply. My board I described is a Greg Brown custom with thickness tapering off pretty quickly in front/back 2 feet of board. Browny's a gun shaper but I'm keen to try something off somebody who specializes in these type (stump thumb) of boards. What fin system do ya reckon would be best for the stump thumb with dims I described in the previous post and how much for a set (thruster)? Also, is there a delivery fee on top of the $780 + cost of fins bearing in mind you blokes are up in Northern NSW?


Boardcave Australia August 7, 2015 at 12:42 am

Hi Marty. We offere free shipping Australia wide except for some rural areas, this also includes free safe delivery insurance. I would recommend the FCS II fin system in a 5 fin layout, that way you have the option of riding this board as both a thruster and a quad. The cost of fins varies depending on different models. I would recommend going with a tri quad (5 fin) set so you're covered whether you want to ride this board as a thruster or a quad. The FCS II Matt Biolos tri quad fins will work nicely with this model. You can check out these fins here – http://www.boardcave.com.au/…/matt-biolos-tri-large…/

We also have $20 off fins with a board purchase, just enter the voucher code "fins20" when on the checkout page.


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