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Choose from 6’ 7’ 8’ and 9 foot soft surfboards.

Many designs to choose from.

 

We carry 11’ Stand Up Paddle boards. Epoxy SUP.

 

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Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

HOW TO STAND UP ON A SURFBOARD

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HOW TO STAND UP ON A SURFBOARD?

This video post is a great teaching tool for people learning to surf.

 Step 1: Go with a friend..

 Surfing is always more fun with a buddy. Who knows you  might be able to pick up a helpful detail from each other as you get the hang of it.

 Step 2: Soft Top Surfboards are ideal for beginners.

 So you and you’re friends have made plans to go surfing. Soft top surfboards typically have a soft foam skin on the top of the board and a hard smooth surface on the underside. This padded top prevents you from bruising your knees on wipeouts and protects others in the water that may be near you. They are much cheaper than fiberglass surfboards and are far more resilient to damage.

 Step 3: Beach warm up.

 Surfing is somewhat of a physical sport. In order to surf your best, it’s always a good idea to get warmed up before paddling out. Go ahead and do some stretching to get your arms and legs loosened up.

 Step 4: Practice the pop up.

 Popping up is the action of standing up to your feet on your board. It’s a good idea to practice standing up in one fluid motion on the shore before you paddle out. Remember that when you pop up you want your feet set in a solid base about shoulder length apart. Also note that a slight bend in the knees with help you maintain better balance.

 Step 5: Catch the wave.

 Since you are new to surfing it is important to stay in relatively shallow waters and try to catch smaller waves or a wave that has already broke, also known as the white water. Lying on your board while looking over your shoulder, begin to paddle as you see the wave approaching. You will feel the wave begin to propel you forward and do not stop paddling with strong, deliberate stokes until you feel that you have completely caught the wave.

 Step 6: Pop up.

 

 

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Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

How to choose the right size surfboard?

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How to choose the right size surfboard?

Beginning surfers have had the most success learning on longer surfboards, sometimes called longboards. Most surf schools carry soft top surfboards that are around 9 feet long to teach their new students. As a general rule of thumb, the longer and thicker the surfboard, the easier it will be to stand up on.

 One reason that surfers will choose a shorter surfboard is because they are easier to maneuver and turn in the water. Longboards have more gradual turns as opposed to a shortboard which allows for sharper, quicker turns. However, making turns or cutbacks is no easy feat for a beginner surfer, and most elect to learn on a longer board where they will have the greatest chance of learning the basics and having fun the first time out in the water.

 9 Foot Soft Surfboard

 The 9 foot surfboard is our top seller. This length is ideal for most beginning surfers. Surfers ranging from 130-260 lbs. have found great success learning on a 9 foot board. After you get the hang of surfing, the 9 foot board is also great to have around for taking your friends out for a surfing lesson. Since this length board is the most buoyant and stable, surfers of many sizes will be able to enjoy long rides into the shore.

 8 Foot Soft Surfboard

 Though still fairly gradual, the 8 foot surfboard turns slightly sharper in the water when compared to the 9 foot. This board is great for beginner to intermediate surfers. The ideal weight range is 130-230 lbs. Surfers at the heavier end of the weight spectrum will find this board slightly more challenging to initially stand up on, but will enjoy more maneuverability in the water after getting the hang of it.

 7 Foot Soft Surfboard

This length board is great for surfers weighing between 100-150+ lbs. Heavier, intermediate to advanced surfers will also enjoy this size surfboard. We recommend this board to kids, and larger riders who have some experience.

 6 Foot Soft Surfboard

 The 6 foot surfboard is ideal for kids weighing between 70-125+ lbs. This board is easy to handle in the water and is a great size for young surfers.

If you have any questions, please email them to SurfboardKing@gmail.com

 

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Why are soft top surfboards the best choice for someone learning to surf?

 The deck or topside of a soft top surfboard is made of foam. Foam boards, as opposed to boards with a fiberglass shell, are less likely to bruise or injure a surfer during a wipeout, and are also safer for nearby surfers.

 Lighter

 Soft top surfboards are lighter than traditional fiberglass boards. They are easier to transport and carry on the beach.

 Fins

 Most fiberglass surfboards have permanent fins that have been glassed on. Soft top surfboards give you the option to remove your fins for traveling.

 Durable

 Traditional fiberglass boards are fragile. Board dings are a common occurrence in the surfing world and can be expensive to repair. Soft top surfboards are extremely durable and can be dropped, smashed, and left outside with little damage as a result.

 Cheaper

 Soft top surfboards are relatively inexpensive. Fiberglass surfboards cost typically 2 to 3 times as much. A soft top surfboard is the most economical choice for someone looking to get out there and surf without making such a large initial investment.

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Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

HOW TO ESCAPE A RIP CURRENT

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HOW TO ESCAPE A RIP CURRENT:

Rip currents are powerful, narrow channels of fast-moving water that are prevalent along the East, Gulf, and West coasts of the United States.

Moving up to the speed of eight feet per second, rip currents can move faster than any human can swim.

Typically, the strongest part of a rip current is the direct line heading perpendicular to the shore, but the current can also pull in water from either side of the basin at the current’s origin. As a result rip currents may pull you sideways, parallel to the shore, before pulling you out to sea.

A severe rip tide may be visible from the beach. The strong rip current will disrupt incoming waves an often stirs up sand from the ocean floor. Before entering the water, keep your eye out for narrow, muddy channels in the water where there aren’t any waves breaking.

What should I do if I’m caught in a rip current?

If you get caught up in a rip current, the first thing to remember is STAY CALM. Your first instinct may be to swim against the current directly back to shore. In most cases, even if you’re an elite swimmer, this will only fatigue you. The current is too strong to fight head-on and those who panic and swim against the current may drown.

INSTEAD, swim sideways parallel to the shore. This will get you out of the narrow rip current channel so you can swim to the shore using the waves.

If you are too fatigued or the current is just too strong to swim sideways while you’re being dragged through the water, stay calm and wait until the current carries you past the sandbar. The water there will be much calmer, and you can begin to swim your way back into the waves.

 Quick Tips:

1. Never go to the beach alone.

2. Stick to shallow waters if possible.

3. Stay calm.

4. Swim sideways.

5. Use the waves to help take you into shore.

6. If you can’t swim all the way back in yell for help and wave your arms.

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Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

Do I need to wax a soft surfboard?

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Do I need to wax a soft surfboard?

No. Most soft top surfboards have plenty of traction and it is simply not necessary. However, if the rider would like to add a coat of wax to the surfboard’s soft top, the foam composite will allow for the wax application and may further increase traction.

 Soft Top Surfboards at SurfboardKing.com have excellent traction and provide amazing stability for the rider. Click the link below to see our selection.

 

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Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

What is the best soft top surfboard?

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What is the best soft top surfboard?

 The best soft top surfboard would be one that is made from the highest quality materials and is built to last. You also may need to factor is price and looks. We feel that SurfboardKing.com SuperSport line of soft top surfboards are hands down the best soft top surfboard available compared to any soft surfboard on the market.

 Ranging from 9ft down to 6 ft, these soft top surfboards feature a slick bottom and high density foam top. They have several graphics to choose from and even come with a brand new free leash.

 

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What is the difference between a soft top surfboard and a fiberglass surfboard?

Soft Top Surfboards are the best and easiest surfboards to learn on.

If you’ve ever had a surfing lesson with a surf school, you probably already have a good idea of what a soft surfboard is. The soft top surfboard has a foam top and a slick hard bottom usually made from some type of plastic composite. Soft surfboards are less likely to bruise or hurt riders or others in the water during a wipeout. Soft top surfboards are also usually more buoyant than fiberglass boards, making them ideal for beginner surfers to stand up on.

A traditional fiberglass board is made from a consistent, hard fiberglass surrounding the entire board. Fiberglass has a more traditional look, but is more fragile and therefore much more likely to be damaged. Also fiberglass boards are much more expensive compared to a soft top surfboard.

If you are a beginner looking for the right soft top surfboard, we highly recommend Surfboard King’s SuperSport line of soft top surfboards. They have many sizes and colors and every board comes with a free leash and free shipping. You can check them out at the link below.

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Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

How Much Do Soft Surfboards Cost?

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How Much Do Soft Surfboards Cost? 

There are many brands and types of soft surfboards on the market. Most are made overseas and the quality can greatly differ among these boards.

 Soft surfboards that are 9 feet long typically range from $199 – $450

 8 foot boards range from $175 – $400

 7 foot boards range from $150 – $350

 And 6 foot boards between $100 – $300

 Remember that cheap sometimes ends up being expensive. These cheaper end boards typically are made from cheaper materials and the quality of craftsmanship is not up to par. It is better to go with a medium or higher end surfboard to prevent having to replace the board if it falls apart after a few months.

 One sign of a quality soft top surfboard is that the underside of the surfboard will be a smooth, hard surface as opposed to the cheaper soft surfboards made entirely of foam. Another sign of quality is if the inner construction on the surfboard has been reinforced with either wooden or solid composite stringers running throughout the length of the board.

 We recommend our SuperSport line of soft top surfboards that are inexpensive and made of an extremely high quality. These boards are built to last, and are made from the finest materials and expert craftsmanship. You can see these boards at the link below..

 

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Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

How To Stand Up Paddle Surf

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How To Stand Up Paddle Surf 

This YouTube video does a great jop teaching the finer points of stand up paddle surfing.

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