1. Key to getting the right board is knowing what you want! Use the internet and speak to people who know about surfing, an informed decision is the best decision.
2. Consider your surf style, are you a novice or an experienced surfer. The half float is a great first board to get up on your feet with before you progress onto other board types.
3. How heavy are you? You should use this to judge what kind of Thickness and volume you want. Thicker boards with greater volume are more float better on the water.
4. Width is a key consideration especially when you’re learning; wider boards tend to be more stable.
5. Last but not least length. Longer boards have greater surface area and are more forgiving to ride and generally easier to catch waves with.
Now to get looking… take a look at our range of boards