Fanatic Viper Windsurfboard 20201599
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Naish Kailua Windsurfboard 20201549
You dream of riding the waves, feeling the wind in your face and being kissed by the sun? Maybe you have already taken your first surfing course and are just in a surfer fever?
Surely you can't wait to explore new beaches and surf in azure blue seas. Then it's definitely time to get your first windsurf board. But which board is the right one?
When buying your first surfboard, windsurfing boards give you a lot to consider, because in a way it is the foundation of a lifelong passion and many exciting journeys.
Choosing the wrong windsurfing board for a beginner can have frustration, giving up and many other negative effects on your surfing experience.
After all, surfing is not about who has the most fancy surfboard, but about who can catch the most waves and of course have a lot of fun doing so, which is why there are special windsurfing boards for beginners.
Beginner boards are designed for beginners who want to learn the basics of windsurfing in the fastest and safest way with a simple windsurfing board. These are windsurf boards with increased volume and width at normal or even reduced length to make handling a little easier for beginners.
Thick and wide boards have more lift, which makes them very easy to glide and also very calm and stable on the waves. With beginner boards it doesn't matter if your feet don't stand perfectly or the take-off is not yet perfect. Beginner and intermediate boards are stable and manoeuvrable, so that even beginners can dare to ride the waves.
For particularly ambitious athletes, however, it can also make sense to get a surfboard that they can grow into. However, this means that surfing is much more challenging at the beginning than with a beginner windsurfing board. But if you only surf for a few days or weeks a year, then you should definitely choose a board that makes it easy for you on holiday, because nothing can be more frustrating than not catching waves and shaking the board around.
As a beginner or advanced surfer you may not surf as regularly and you may have to travel longer for windsurfing.
For these reasons it makes a lot of sense to choose a robust windsurfing board for beginners, as it can't break so quickly.
Most windsurfing boards consist of a foam core with a glass fibre, polyester or epoxy resin coating.
As a beginner, you bump into the surfboard again and again where on and in the car or plane the board is exposed to high loads.
Choosing a hardboard, epoxy board or softboard as your first surfboard is therefore not such a bad idea, because these materials are very durable and are not easily damaged.
In our surf shop you will find selected surfboards, which are produced under highly professional conditions.
Brands like JP Australia, Naish, Mistral, Starboard and BIC rely on the experience of successful shapers and keep direct contact to their respective team riders, who work together with selected research teams on ever higher quality and improved designs for new windsurfing boards.
That's why you will find durable and high-quality beginner and intermediate boards in our offer, which are perfectly suited for beginners and will give you a lot of pleasure.
Of course we also offer boards especially designed for kids and teenagers, such as the JP Young Gun Air LE Kids inflatable Windsurfboard 2020, the windsurfing board for beginners, which offers numerous loop positions so that kids of all sizes can surf with it. They are suitable for kids and teenagers of all levels with a body weight of up to 50kg.
The JP Funster Sport Eva Windsurfboard 2020 is especially suitable for adult beginners and advanced surfers. For complete beginners the Naish Kailua Windsurfboard 2020 makes it very easy to learn the surf basics. But in our surf shop you will find many more beginner and intermediate board models with which you will have a lot of fun surfing.
A small tip is to try out different shapes in a surf school for the first time, so that you can judge for yourself with which board you feel most comfortable in the waves.