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Surfing Boards

Surfing boards can be a lot of fun and they can turn a day at the beach into an adventure. There are types of boards that are suitable for casual or first time surfers who just want to enjoy some time in the waves, and there are also boards that are suitable for riding large waves or even competitive surfing. With such a wide range available, you can find a surfing board that suits your needs.

Longboard Surfboards

Longboard surfboards are a popular choice for both experienced and amateure surfers. They are typically around 2 ½ metres long wich gives them a high degree of stability. This means that it is easier to stand on them than on shorter surfboards and they do not tip as easily. Having this much stability makes them a good choice for beginners or those interested in learning to surf.

Shortboard Surfboards

Shortboard surfboards are significantly smaller than longboard surfboards, typically coming in at under two metres. The smaller size gives them a greater degree of maneuverability which makes it possible to cut across waves and perform complex stunts. This smaller size also means less stability; because of this, shortboards are a more common choice for intermediate or advanced surfers. However, beginners can also learn to ride this type of board with a little practice.

Bodyboards

Bodyboards are very short surfboards that the rider lays on instead of standing on. They are great for first time surfers because they are easy to ride. Most of these bodyboards come with a built-in wrist strap that keeps you connected with the board in case you fall off of it. You can find these boards in a wide array of colours and patterns.

Windsurfing Boards

Windsurfing boards can be used in still water as well as water where waves are present. They use a sail to catch the wind and propel themselves. They also have a large stabilizing fin that helps keep them upright. Windsurfing boards are a good choice for those who want to try surfing on a lake.

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