When NSP Surfboards first heard about the Disabled Surfers Association of New Zealand (DSA NZ) and their motto, “Surfers Helping Surfers!”, the team at NSP was immediately aligned.
NSP’s vision is to inspire people of all ages and skill levels to participate in the watersports lifestyle by supplying gear that catches more waves, carves better and lasts longer.
Check out the video from Disabled surfers Association its last event
“We are stoked to have NSP Surfboards help us out with the soft top boards as they are ideal for the disabled community wanting to experience the surf in a safe, happy environment.
For many of the participants, access to the ocean would be impossible without the right equipment and the assistance of our many volunteers.
The events and boards give participants the chance to experience surfing and the quintessential Kiwi day at the beach!”
Duncan Smith – President of the DSA – New Zealand
“It is such an amazingly uplifting experience to help the disabled community experience the thrill of surfing in a safe environment. I’m constantly amazed and inspired by the bravery of the participants who are going so far outside their comfort zone to venture into the surf, and stoked that NSP can support with the P2 Soft longboards.”
Trent Pedersen – CEO of NSP Surfboards
They are the ultimate wave catching platforms and designed for surf schools and learners to experience the thrills of surfing and to gain confidence. To make it even more robust there are added rubber bumpers on the nose and tail, and for convenience a middle handle to make carrying the board easily as well as soft nose and tail handles for extra control in the waves.
NSP Surfboards is proud to support the Disabled Surfers Association of New Zealand
The Disabled Surfers Association of New Zealand (DSA NZ) is a not-for-profit organization giving people of any disability the chance to experience safe surfing.
For many of the participants access to the ocean would be impossible without the right equipment and the assistance of the many volunteers. The DSA’s “have-a-go at surfing” events give all participants the chance to experience the quintessential Kiwi day surfing at the beach, and the program is also incredibly inspiring to those who volunteer and support the DSA.