Wave Windsurf Boards

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Wave windsurfboard

A Surfboard Surfboard, which can also be controlled surfing in choppy waters, should have a volume approximately equal to your body weight. Waveboards in the area of windsurfing differ in part in their design, but especially in their length and width. So-called all-waveboards are suitable for the widest range of wave conditions and for wave beginners. Wave boards for larger waves are usually more radical in their shape and the rail-to-rail properties. These often slimmer wave boards are perfect for experienced windsurfers, who love strong big waves and love to wave free under normal wave conditions with their wave board.

Wave boards application areas

Manufacturers such as Naish, JP Australia, Starboard, BIC and Mistral attach great importance to the versatility of their Wave Boards. Although the subdivision into all-wave and radical wave boards sometimes targets the range of use of the two waveboard types, the transitions in these windsurfing boards are often fluid: a shorter, more radical waveboard can jibben in smaller surf waves and choppy water, a narrow, possibly even lighter All-Waveboard in turn behaves quite stable with the appropriate sail size and super controllable in higher waves in medium to high winds.

Radical Single Waveboards

A special type of wind surfing waveboards is the Radical Waveboards, which are driven by a single Finn. These Wave Boards must be calm in the water during short and long turns in waves from at least 1m height and carve controlled even at maximum speed. Radical waveboards are usually narrower in construction and have a stretched outline because they receive their energy less from their good gliding properties than from the thrust of the wave. It's best to surf these wave boards in sideshore conditions when the wind is blowing parallel to the shore. In your SUP - Kite - Wake - Surf - Neoprene - online shop Surfer-world.com you can between models of brands such as Unifiber and Starboard or Buster and Ronix ProLimit or NP Surf plus NeilPryde to Naish and Mistral as well Matunas Surfwax course also JP Australia resp. RRD respectively Imagine and Earth Surf also Ding All else Cabrinha continue to select and order BIC besides Earth SUP and finally XCEL your suitable Windsurf or Kitesurf and Stand Up Paddling or also Wakebaord Equiopment.