GNARALOO DUNE BUGGY – Soft Board
Compact, easy to manage, with plenty of stability so little aspiring surfers can get out there and enjoy the waves. The Gnaraloo Dune Buggy is the perfect entry level surfboard for first timers under 40kg/85lbs, and a great option for little rippers who love messing around on a softboard.
SHELL: Thick Polyethylene deck and a soft slick skin on the bottom is super durable, yet soft enough to keep beginners safe.
CORE: Expanded polystyrene core with internal stringer system. Other softboard surfboards can over flex, but the integrity of the rocker is maintained in the Dune Buggy bringing the feel closer to a traditional fiberglass surfboard.
CONSTRUCTION: Safe for all skill levels, the vacuum construction process eliminates hard or sharp surfaces, and prevents peeling or bubbling.
FEATURES: Flexible thruster fin set with leash attachment loop are simple too install making it fast and easy to hit the water.
The Dune Buggy has a generous plan shape so young surfers can pop-up easily and start to confidently ride waves. The tail shape tapers slightly allowing for smooth turns as young riders start learning the basic fundamentals of surfing.
|Length||Width||Thick||Volume||Fins (Supplied With Board)||Approx Weight Range
(Based On Beginner To Intermediate Skill Level)
|4’10”||19 1/2″||2 5/16″||35 ltr||BT Fino||68kg / 150 lbs or less|
Boards with Soft Shell construction feature much more technology then the eye can see. They are a combination of materials designed to allow the board to perform to the highest levels given the constraints of the flexibility of the materials. All boards feature an integrated Fin System, 2 or 3 Wooden Stringers depending on the size of the board to ensure the board is stiff enough. A light weight EPS core combined with a PE foam layer on the deck and a High Density PE Slick that is mounted to a thin PE Foam layer on the bottom give the board an awesome feel in the water. Soft enough not to hurt should you fall on it but hard enough to handle the power of the waves.