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Surftech Surftech Nugget Surfboard

$549.00 - $569.00

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    Always a good time when you have a little Nug.

    A modern approach to a timeless classic, the Surftech Nugget Surfboard features just the right amount of rocker and thickness that make it the perfect go-to for virtually all conditions. Thanks to a design that places it somewhere between a longboard and a shortboard, the Nugget crushes everything from mushy ankle-biters to overhead barrels, so you don't have to put any thought into deciding which board to break out for the day.

    • HD-Epoxy resin construction
    • Rocker profile
    • FCS 2+1 fin configuration
    • Fins not included
    • Item #SFC005M

    Tech Specs

    Length
    7 ft 2 in, 7 ft 6 in
    Construction
    HD-epoxy resin
    Profile
    rocker
    Center
    [7ft6in] 22.3 in
    Thickness
    [7ft6in] 3.1 in
    Volume
    [7ft6in] 57.3 L
    Tail Shape
    rounded pin
    Fins
    FCS 2+1
    Fins Included
    no
    Recommended Use
    all-around

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    Not for beginners

      I've never written a review before but I should mention to those who aren't sure whether to buy the board or not, that it's very easy to ding. So easy that on my second time using it, I actually broke the fin box. I'm kinda disappointed, but it shows that buying things in person (especially surfboards) is better than buying them online.

      Jonathan. Sorry to hear you had a bad experience. You are correct in saying this construction is not for beginners. Surfers are a funny bunch, when we build them extra durable, people complain that they are "too Stiff" "doesn't feel like my other board. This has a performance layup/ glassing. They surf great, and will hold up for years, if you treat them right. But Repairs, and dings are a reality with light boards. We have some molded Epoxy boards that might be better while you are learning.

      http://www.backcountry.com/surftech-rusty-happy-shovel-surfboard?skid=SFC003J-PROCAR-S5FTS7IN&ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6c3VyZnRlY2g6MTo4OnN1cmZ0ZWNo