6 Reasons The Pea Shooter Is Our Ultimate Fun Board
The Peashooter is one of our most fun boards to surf its got so much potential in any conditions and can be especially fun for a beginner to intermediate surfer. Here are our 6 top reasons the pea shooter is our ultimate fun board.
#1 Can Surf Any Wave
Yep, the pea shooter is one of our most funs surfboards as no matter what the conditions from tinny 1/2 foot surf too well overhead this board can handle it. So much fun in those windy or small surf days and shortboards cant even plane on waves, you can still catch every wave and maximise your time in the surf.
#2 Super Stable
The Peashooter was designed to be really forgiving and beginner friendly making it incredibly easy to ride and even easier to paddle. The high volume and outline combined with thick rails means it will take off earlier in a more stable manner when catching waves. The more volume in the board provides you with extra lift and speed when paddling, meaning when you catch a wave no matter how big or small you’re guaranteed to pop up with ease.
#4 Ideal For The Heavier Surfer
Yep if you carrying a little extra weight or just a heavier set person then the pea shooter is for you, with its wider outline and smooth flatter rocker this board will paddle so easy and with fuller rails and flatter deck this board is so easy to pop up on especially since it has well over 70 Liters so if your a beginner and 16 stone or under you will have no problem riding this board and the great thing is the more advanced you the fewer liters you might need to help improve performance.
#3 Perfect For Beginner or Advanced Surfers
The peashooter is really that board that can be used by everyone no matter what your ability. You can rest assured that if a beginner takes it our you know you have got loads of float speed and stability, especially when you just learning to control the board. You can then put this board under the feat of an experienced surfer and they can head out in the quality surf and perform at a very high level.
#5 Get Spotted In The Line-Up
This Boards with its lava resin tint and striking colors will set you apart from the rest, want to be seen in the line up this boards will get you noticed. looking to keep an eye on your friend or son or daughter in the line up this board will be as bright as they come so you can always be seen from the shore.
6 King of the Line Up (Fun Factor)
It’s the most fun board in small waves you can have so fast so easy to paddle you will find endless wave when everyone else in the line-up is struggling to catch even one. if you are surfing outback this board has so much speed and volume you will literally out paddle anyone for a wave giving you more waves and more fun. perfect for the longboarder looking to catch more waves and have more fun whatever the conditions.
Using our Superfused closed cell foam in combination with a bamboo wooden stringer this will be a familiar feel for many surfers duel lamination on the deck and bottom, for a great strength impact to weight ratio and with an impact resistant foam this means far fewer delaminations and better spring longterm in the lifetime of the board, compared to a standard 4x4 lamination our boards come with 10oz of cloth on the deck to resist the pressure and denting you commonly get on other boards.
Using our Superfused closed cell foam in combination with a bamboo wooden stringer this will be a familiar feel for many surfers duel lamination on the deck and bottom, for a great strength impact to weight ratio and with an impact resistant foam this means far fewer delaminations and better spring longterm in the lifetime of the board, compared to a standard 4×4 lamination our boards come with 10oz of cloth on the deck to resist the pressure and denting you commonly get on other boards.
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