x Lost Puddle Jumper Surfboard by Lib Technologies
Just because the waves are small today doesn't mean you can't have a blast out on the water. The Lib Tech x Lost Puddle Jumper Surfboard is a quick, agile board that shreds smaller waves so you can still have fun when conditions are less than optimal. It features a concave bottom that transitions to a vee in the tail. The wide outline makes for easy wave catching and glide and stability down the line. The concave bottom adds lift and increased rail curve, which allows radical top-to-bottom surfing. The straight rail line and vee in the tail keep the board moving forward and hold in during hard carving maneuvers.Lib Tech also made it a priority to produce this board in the most environmentally friendly manner possible. With the exception of the stainless steel fin screws, every piece of the Vert Series uses materials that are new to the surf industry to create a board that's environmentally friendly without sacrificing rideability. Completely waterproof Nitrogenecell foam is made from 25-40% recycled content, and woven basalt fibers increase damping and impact-resistance while reducing the use of plastics. Bio-Matrix Resin reduces VOCs and offers a longer lifespan than more toxic epoxies.
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