- Nov 21, 2018 -
The most obvious difference in the length of the surfboard is that the longer the board, the earlier it can take off.
But the longer the opposite board, the worse the steering flexibility is.
For beginners, the long board has large buoyancy and good stability. It is easy to learn.
The downside is that when the waves are too big, beginners will not slip out.
The wider the surfboard, the higher the stability and the slower the relative speed.
The narrower the steering of the board, the better the flexibility. The beginner is more suitable for a wider board.
The general surfboard design has a sharp tip to a round head. The front end of the tip plate is lighter and has better flexibility.
Technical boards are all in this category
The front end of the round head plate has a large area and the buoyancy is relatively large.
So the first board that beginners buy, it is best to use a round head board.
4. Board surface
Where the feet stand, they are usually covered with non-slip wax or a non-slip mat to make the board easier to control.
5. Amplitude (warp)
The board head is a little tilted, it is not easy to insert water when the waves are under the waves, but it is meaningless if it is too upturned.
The thicker the surfboard is, the bigger the buoyancy is, the easier it is to stand up. The disadvantage is that when the waves are too big, the beginners will not slip out.