How to choose
YOUR BOBYBOARD ?

You will need a bodyboard
that corresponds with your build
as well as the type of wave you surf.

Check out the table below to find which size of board offers the best waterline for you. A small board provides greater control but less speed, a large board allows you to go quicker and have more projection during maneuvers.
WEIGHT
(KG)
BEGINNER
(BOARD SIZE)
ADVANCED
(BOARD SIZE)
EXPERT
(BOARD SIZE)
25 - 3036 “36 “34 “
30 - 3537 “36,5 “36 “
35 - 3737,5 “37 “36,5 “
37 - 4038 “37,5 “37 “
40 - 4338,5 “38 “37,5 “
43 - 4639 “38,5 “38 “
46 - 5039,5 “39 “38,5 “
50 - 5540 “39,5 “39 “
55 - 6040,5 “40 “39,5 “
60 - 6541 “40,5 “40 “
65 - 7041,5 “41 “40,5 “
70 - 7542 “41,5 “41 “
75 - 8042,5 “42 “41,5 “
80 - 8543 “42,5 “42 “
85 - 9043,5 “43 “42,5 “

The choice of materials (Core, Stringers, Slick)
depends on your standard as well as the temperature of the water you’ll be riding in.

If you’re an occasional bodyboarder (several sessions per year) the PE CORE or NRG+ will allow you to have fun and progress rapidly. For regular boarders, a PP core equipped with ISS technology will allow you to have single board that you can use in hot and cold water by simply changing the stringer as required. Those who like to have a soft board under their fingers, the NRG+ core is ideal for surfing confortably with control.

COLD WATER

PE
NRG+
PP – ISS

WARM WATER

PP
PP - ISS
RADIAL FLEX
PRO RIDE
PFS
FULL TORSION

Will the type of wave
influence my choice of board ?

It all depends on your requirements and what you are looking for. Certain bodyboarders prefer a single board for all conditions, others like to have a quiver? to adapt their board to the conditions.

As a general rule, the bigger the waves the more control you will need. Therefore a smaller board and/or a soft flex.
Vice versa for smaller waves.
A word of advice from our rider Pierre-Louis Costes :

“ I use PP with ISS technology for the waves in Europe.
As the water temperature varies enormously over the year, I can adjust the flex of my board with different ISS stringers. ”

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