ThirteenThe Alone Thirteen suits those small, unpredictable waves just as much as those clean peeling point breaks. The template of this board will fit in tiny pockets and will allow you to hit sections with everything you have got. Although wider, shorter and very different looking, this board will allow you to surf just like your normal shortboard in good waves. It has a wide outline and single to double concave.
- Recommended User: Intermediate / Advanced
- Suitable Wave Height: 1-6 ft
- Tail: Double Hip Squash Tail
- Ideal Spot: Beach Breaks / Point Breaks / Reef Breaks
- Fin Setup: Thruster – Futures Futures, finner kan du trykke og kjøpe her :-)
- Forsterket med carbon strip+carbon patches
- For å fikse dings på disse brettene, kan du kjøpe denne pakken.
|5’8” x 19 1/4” x 2 1/4”||26.1L|
|5’9” x 19 1/2” x 2 5/16”||27.5L|
|5’10” x 19 3/4” x 2 3/8”||28.9L|
|5’11” x 20” x 2 7/16”||30.5L|
|6’0” x 20 1/4” x 2 1/2”||32L|
|6’1” x 20 3/8” x 2 9/16”||33.5L|
Alone Surfboards is a specialist in the manufacture of high performance epoxy surfboards with Carbon Flex and Fusion Flex technologies to guarantee the best results in the water.
Epoxy Technology "eps"
Epoxy surfboards came into the picture a bit later and it wasn’t until the 90’s that they really caught on. Typically, epoxy boards are made from EPS foam and are coated in epoxy resin. EPS foam is produced by feeding tiny polystyrene spears into a machine and then adding steam (with small amounts of pentane gas) to expand the beads and then mold them together. EPS is an open cell foam, meaning it’s extremely water absorbent. In order to keep the board water tight, shapers add extra layers of fiberglass and epoxy resin. Traditionally, most hand shapers don’t make boards from EPS foam but it is a great resource for pop-out boards.