Hydrodynamics of an Everyday Board

Hydrodynamics of an Everyday Board

In this episode of the American Surfboard Factory,

take a look into the world of hydrodynamics;

the concepts behind what makes a versatile everyday performance board tick . . . and see what it means for you.

Proctor dissects his arsenal of one board quivers known as the Monsta series.

Nick Rozsa articulates in a demonstration that inspires.

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A board with a hydrofoil hull, new materials & 4 of my friends.

Todd explains the use of hydrofoil concepts in an everyday board. Also exploring the elastic properties in a new composite rubber-like construction.

A cross-section of 4 surfers varying in age, builds & styles demonstrate. From Nick Rozsa representing surfers in their 20’s to Peter Mendia the 30-somethings, Ricky Schaffer the 40’s & Allen Sarlo the 50-somethings & up. 

Here’s their specs:

Nick: 20’s/5’10”/168lb • 5’9” x 19 1/8” x 2 3/8” 28L
Peter: 30’s/6’2”/190lb • 6’0” x 19 1/4” x 2 9/16” 31.5L
Ricky: 40’s/5’11”/185lb • 5’11” x 19 3/4” x 2 9/16” 31L
Allen: 50’s/5’8”/215lb • 6’4” x 22” x 3 1/8” 50L

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