Hybrid, Eggs, Fish and Displacement Hulls are all varieties that have been new developments in surfboard manufacturing. *This is an older page on our blog – check current stock HERE. For trade in and consignment deals ring ahead on +03 9416 7384.

 

HYBRID HYBRID RECENT POSTS
Hybrid boards are based on design techniques developed for local conditions.

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EGG EGG RECENT POSTS
Eggs are sized between 6 feet to 8 feet 6 inches (1.8–2.3 m) in length. They are called eggs due to the rounded profile and tail shape. Surfed for fun in smaller waves they are advised for beginning surfers and perform well in surfing conditions where the more traditional long and short boards might not.

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FISH FISH RECENT POSTS
A “Fish” tail is mainly found on short stubby boards under 6 feet (1.8 m) in length. They are a hybrid of kneeboards which were popular in the 1960s. Any type of board (such as shortboard or mini-longboard) can have a fish tail, but traditionaly Fish refers to the short, stubby and retro design.

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HULLS HULLS RECENT POSTS
The Hull is a version of the late sixties single fin. A displacement hull has a convex bottom contour and planing surface. This design plows through and parts the water. At high speeds a displacement hull’s tail will sink gradually. A flat rocker board that can be pressured through turns or can be ridden to glide like a mal.

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