Made for Beginner surfers weighing less than 85 kg or Advanced surfers of less than 100 kg. Volume: 100 L. The surfboard for safely starting out and improving. Comes with a leash and three soft-edge fins. Reinforced construction for surf club use.
StabilityStable surfboard for beginners up to 85 kg. Volume: 100 L.
DurabilityCore with 3 wooden stringers. Front and rear reinforcement. Denser foam.
Easy transportBuilt-in carry handle.
Ease of handlingExclusive shape by Jeremy Smith (Hendaye), round tail, concave under the nose.
Easy assembly / dismantlingComes with three removable soft-edge fins. Supplied with a 2.5 m leash. .
WarrantyAvailability of spare parts essential to the use of the product: 2 years Excluding breakage
Jeremy Smith (Hendaye).
Volume (L): 100 Weight (kg): 6.8 with fins Dimensions ("): 8'6" x 23.3" x 4.2" Dimensions (cm): 258 x 59.2 x 10.6
Reinforced with three wood stringers at core for heavier surfers. Layer of reinforcement underneath. Leash plug separate from the fin screw plugs. Front and back reinforcements. Denser foam.
Easy to assemble
A kit with three identical fins and single size screws so you can't go wrong. Comes with a plastic Allen key for tightening and a 2.5 m urethane leash with double swivel.
Using the leash
WARNING: never hold your board with your hands or fingers wrapped in the cord. This can lead to serious finger injury. Properly install the leash by checking the attachment to the board. Practice removing the leash from your ankle in the event of a problem.
Exclusive fin system with soft, rubber-coated edges. Regularly check the tightness of the screws to ensure a good seal.
Dimensions (")8'6" x 23 1/4" x 4 3/16"
Dimensions (cm)258 x 59.2 x 10.6
Information / Concept / Technology
Foam : 100.0% Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Upper Part - Main Fabric : 100.0% Foamed Polyethylene Board fin : 100.0% Polyéthylène (PE) Structure : 100.0% Wood Lower Part - Main Fabric : 100.0% Polyethylene High Density (HDPE)
Designed and tested by our teams in Hendaye (France)
Do not expose to high temperatures. Do not leave in the sun. Avoid storing your board standing on its end, as this will wear out the centre fin prematurely.