NSP SURF X 10ft small summer waves HD





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Published on Feb 6, 2017

The Surf X range was developed as the ultimate surfer’s quiver.
The smaller sizes with their drawn out outlines handle larger days and the thinner rails will help you hold a cranking bottom turn when the wave face starts to chop up. When the swell drops and you have the urge to rip apart a few waves, grab your 10’ longboard inspired SUP board.

The Surf X 7’8” and 8’2” models are high performance Surf SUPs, targeting the experienced surfer. The longer lengths and slightly narrower width gives the board an outline that’s more suited to larger waves, and more drawn-out bottom turns. These boards feature increased rocker in the nose and tail for greater control in large surf conditions, while the domed deck gives extra volume in the standing area and the concave nose delivers improved paddling speed into waves. The 7’8 is ideal for riders up to 75kg, while the 8’2 is ideal for riders up to 85kg.

The Surf X 10’ boards have evolved through a demand of riders seeking performance and fun in smaller waves. With less rocker in the nose and more in the tail, the 10’ x 27 ½ is the full performance model, while the 10’ x 29 is more forgiving and easier, allowing the rider to enjoy the growing popularity of this style.

The 10’ designs deliver performance longboarding style and feature a broadened nose, performance bottom contour and tail with lower rails. Hang ten, cross step back to the tail and carve the wave into submission. The 10’ is so popular it has its own competitive SUP surf division in Australia. The 10’ is ideal for riders up to 105kg.

Combined, these boards help to create the ultimate quiver. Allowing you to spend more time out on the water, regardless of the conditions.

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