PDF Guide to Fishes & Small Boards

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The primary aim of riding a smaller board is to put yourself on equipment that can explore more parts of a wave.   The added agility of a small board opens up possibilities that are difficult or impossible on larger equipment. 

This is part 3 of our guide to helping you make more informed decisions about your surfboard quiver.  We’ll discuss the thoughts and intentions that go into designing our range of fishes and smaller boards.

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Christopher H.
United States United States
Love reading these Guides

I have always been interested in learning about the different styles and science that go into crafting surfboards. This run of Ebooks has been great to learn more about what goes into a board and how to better select a board for me. It is also a great read to pass some time!

Mark C.
United States United States
Fish in the gulf

After a two week wait Grom’s finally hits the beach . I ask, how’s the board , he’s answers, “ It’s Amazing” and the surfing? , “I’m carving on huge waves da ,it’s fantastic”. Big shout out to the shaper his crew at everyone down at Almond & Howler Bro’s for doing such an amazing job on the board . Hang Loose

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