Foam Surfboard 7'8 500'
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Wide Malibu shape with plenty of volume. .top-up at the front.
3 Wood stringers, high density polyethylene base.
3 soft-edge fins and round tail.
High-density polyethylene slick. Good rigidity with stringers.
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- 10% Polyethylene High Density
- 10% Wood
- 10% Polyethylene
- 70% Expanded Polypropylene
- 100% Polypropylene
A board that's ideal for all surfers whatever their level.More difficult for lightweight beginners.This shape - which we've offered for over 10 years - has been used by many competent surfers looking to take on the maximum number of waves in easy summer conditions. The top-up at the front keeps you stable when you move forward.You can surf in waves up to the top of your head without any problems, providing the wave is not too hollow.
Volume (L): 75Weight (kg): 5,5 including finsDimensions (inches): 7'8" X 22" X 3.3"Dimensions (cm): 235 x 56 x 8.3
Jeremy Smith (Hendaye)
Expanded polystyrene core with 3 wood stringers. New Hot-laminated polyethylene coating on the core to limit water entry and improve the rigidity. High-density polyethylene bottom. Wax before use to avoid slipping.
A kit with three identical fins and single size screws so you can't go wrong. Comes with a plastic Allen key for tightening and a 2.5 m urethane leash with double swivel.Regularly check the fastening of the screws to ensure good water resistance.
WARNING: never hold your board with your hands or fingers wrapped in the cord. This can lead to serious finger injury.Properly install the leash by checking the attachment to the board.Practice removing the leash from your ankle in the event of a problem.
Warning: prolonged exposure to the sun or extreme heat can cause de-lamination. We recommend that you store your board in the shade and not inside a vehicle.Regularly tighten the fin with the key provided to keep water out.If you need to fasten the board to a roof rack, we recommend putting the board in a bag. The strap may damage the rail.