The rounded pin is the grandpappy of all shapes and the 70's had its own take, such as the wider template towards the nose which here provides more front foot area for pushing and trimming in that retro, laid back style.
To customize the ride and feel of your new Carver, you’ll want to keep pipewrench on hand. Don’t forget to add some protective gear for maximal enjoyment and personal safety.
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As surfskate grows in popularity around the world and more surfers, snowboarders and skateboarders get into the sport, I often get asked ‘How do I choose the right surfskate?’ With a plethora of options available on the market, making a decision can be overwhelming to say the least. To help you narrow down your options, we are going to break down every aspect to consider when choosing your first surfskate.
It’s generally assumed that as a SUP enthusiast and instructor, my favourite season is summer. And while I do love a warm weather paddle, fall is actually number one on my list. The crowds die down as the water cools and the brilliant leaves add beauty to flat water paddle excursions. But the top reason I love autumn is that it marks the beginning of the SUP surf season. Yes, you read that right; SUP surfing is a thing!