Posted by: Surfboard King | May 24, 2011

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

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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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