9ft EZ-Slider Foam Surfboard
9ft EZ-Slider Foam Surfboard, longboards, favorites of Surf Instructors. Wide and stable for novice rider weight up to 210lbs Experience riders up to about 280lbs. Dims 9’0 x 24.5” x 3″ Weight 17.5lbs, Vol. 95lts. Removable Tri-Fin fin system. EZ-Seal rubber fin system seals prevent water from entering the board. Fabric web leash attachment system. Foot Leash sold separately. <span style=”color:
9ft EZ-Slider Foam Surfboard
The 9ft EZ-Slider Foam Surfboard longboard surfing board shape template is designed for beginners up to 210lbs, more for experienced riders. Dims 9’0 x 24.5” x 3″. The soft foam deck of the 9ft Liquid Shredder EZ-Slider Soft Surfboard has an EPS core with Slick, Fast Bottom. Dual wooden and One Fiberglass stringers add unparalleled linear strength and enough flex to give this 9 foot foam surfboard the punch it needs to really rip on the waves. Heat laminated, no glue.
Proven in Surf Lessons and Competition
Liquid Shredder 9ft FSE Foamie Soft Surfboard is proven in surf lessons, rentals, and competition and carves the surf with grace and style. Every model EZ Slider is abuse tested in the harshest conditions of rental programs and the best surf schools prove the EZ slider foam surfboards durability. in Liquid Shredder has nearly 2 decades of quality and service to the surfing community and beginner surfboard riders. This Liquid Shredder, a fantastic beginner surfboard, at 9ft EZ-Slider Foam Soft Surfboard and classic long board surfboard shape it is one real Soft Surfboards Shredder.
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It’s fast and I suppose it’s fast because it floats so well. I was paddling to an acquaintance and he commented about how fast the Shredder moved. I had been thinking the same thing.
I’ve been out on this board 3 times. It’s been 50 years since I tried surfing. All 3 days were filled with small, gentle waves in the Seal Beach, California jetty area. I would caught most of the waves that I set out to catch from the beginning. It seem so easy compared to the old days. I had a fiberglass Gordy, 9′ 3″. It was a beautiful surfboard, but a tank (submarine?) compared to my Shredder.
The Shredder’s light weight (17 pounds) helped me float well, even with my 215 pounds. I’m 6′ tall. It’s It’s a 9′ board. It’s just fine.
Unlike a couple “foam” boards that I’ve read about, the shredder’s foam core has wrap-around (“extruded”) linoleum-like material covering its surface. I can’t say what’s used on the nearly flat bottom, but it must be some sort of light weight plastic. It does not “ding”: easily like a fiberglass board, either. I don’t know what a ding will look like if it can be dinged. I think that it’s going to suffer a dent of some sort before it has crack in it, like a ding. As a result, it feels like it’s going to last a long time; perhaps the rest of my life.
I believe its design benefits the novice by creating a user friendly surfboard, which may have come about by chance during manufacturing. It doesn’t matter though because it helped me catch waves and helped steady my rides as I learned to stand, balance, and move on the board.
If you are not familiar with this type of board, it doesn’t crack your head or ribs when bumping or crashing down as you wipe out. It’s soft exterior does not cause pain, although its fins (skegs) will hurt, but not like in the old days; not like those fiberglass boards with the large, sharp edge fins.
I would buy this board again. Its cost was still more than I wanted to spend, but I not unhappy with it. I would like to get into the water more often to get more out of my investment.
I’m considering a longer board, a paddle board for sanding up and moving around beyond the waves for the fun of it. I had not seen this done until recently. Now, that’s an expense well beyond the Shredder’s cost.
Board has 100% floatation, excellent for smaller summer days here in Ventura CA. Easiest board I have ever used and the most fun. Design is made to nose ride. Board is excellent on larger days also.
Unbelievably easy to ride! Stability and design allowed me to catch nearly every wave I tried for. The best thing is that I have been using it in small surf and in waves up to five feet. When the white water gets ahead of you just grab the rail and lean back. This will take you through the foam and back into the wave. Other surfers on the small boards just sit under water while I catch everything.
Outstanding wave catcher, 2nd summer using this and never disappointed. Excellent wave catching ability.