Why does the table say TBA/ “To Be Announced” under “Weight”?
Weight is an all-important spec of your boards and to make sure our products meet your expectations, we take the average weight of a production run instead of singling out a single board. Once we have a good sample size of production boards, we add the average weights to these dimension charts.
Speed Line Colour Options
Speed Line PU construction diagram
A classy handmade board using heritage construction techniques with modern deep gloss color tints.
– Traditional custom-shaped polyurethane (PU) core.
– 6mm Wood stringer.
– Highest quality materials finished with a super deep gloss for a custom board finish.
For that vintage look and feel from other shapes, look into the NSP Fighting Fish, Hooligan, the Dream Rider, Sleep Walker, Kingfish, or Endless.
Now available in clear PU coat as well, these boards combine mesmerizing looks with classic shaper designs.
PU & PE boards
PU as a construction refers to a board built from a Polyurethane blank with Polyester resin, whilst PE refers to a Polyurethane Blank with Epoxy resin.
These have long been the standard for most brands and are the most widely and affordable option still out there. Due to the core’s density, a PU Speed Line will sit a little lower in the water. Similar to a Magnet, this makes it easier to keep your rail under and gives that slicy or “knifey” feel. Protech- or Elements Funboards have an EPS core with different characteristics.
Being a touch heavier also helps PU boards to handle choppy conditions better and are less prone to being bounced around. Sitting lower in the water also has its benefits to barrel riding, providing more hold in hollow waves.
Pulled in the tail with 4+1
Designed as a 4+1, a Speed Line will accommodate a variety of fin configurations for your riding pleasure. Try out hollow Indo reef breaks or the peeling points of Noosa, it all becomes accessible and easy to tap into.