I was looking at a little round nose fish, similar to what I'd seen in lost' 5'5''x19 1/4. It's a standard thruster fin set up instead of twinner. I think the dimensions were 5'4''x19 7/8 x 2 1/4. I'm 5'8'' and weigh right around 150. That little board looks really fun but I'm curious if that's enough volume for an intermediate surfer of my size? Thanks.
probably enough volume for your weight, maybe not in winter. but their is more surface area so the 2 1/4 is distributed more along the entire board, also the board has a more fuller outline compared to say a HPSB. so their is more cubic liters of volume in a fish than a shortboard. hope this helps
You'll be good year round with those dimensions if it's a fish type shape. I have a Lost RNF 5'5"x19 1/4"x2 3/8" that I use year round. Floats great in the winter even in full gear, a really fun small wave board. I'm 5'9" 145lbs.