How to choose my skimboard?
|XS||123×47cm||30 – 50||130 – 150|
|S||125×52cm||129×50cm||130×51cm||131×49,5cm||129×50cm||45 – 60||140 -160|
|MS||132×51,5cm||133×50,4cm||50 – 65||150 – 170|
|M||129×53cm||133×52cm||134×52cm||134,5×51cm||131×50,5cm||126×52,5cm||55 – 80||155 – 180|
|ML||136×52,5cm||136,5×51,2cm||132×52cm||130×53cm||65 – 90||170 – 190|
|L||134×53 cm||138×53cm||137×51,5cm||75 – 100||> 180|
|XL||140×53,5cm||139×52cm||> 85||> 180|
If you haven’t turned 16 years-old yet, it’s better to choose a bigger size as you will continue to grow up, and then you can enjoy your board much longer
If you are tall and rather light, choose your board according to your size
If on the other hand you are rather heavy-set, choose it based on your weight
What is carbon?
Carbon is synonymous with efficiency: it gives high responsiveness capabilities to the board. This liveliness makes it harder to control, though. Also, its black color gives a magnificent technical and aesthetic effect to the board.
How much should my Custom board weigh?
A regular weight board is more easily controlled, and it’s suitable for not so experienced riders
A very light board is way more reactive, and is more appropriate for experienced riders.
How thick should my Custom board be?
A thin skimboard is easier to manoeuvre
The thicker the skimboard, the more stable
What kind of rails should my Custom board have?
Boxy rails give your board more stability
A skimboard with sharp rails is easier to manoeuvre
Intermediate rails are a happy medium between boxy and sharp rails