Haydenshapes White Noiz Grom
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4’10" x 16 3/4" x 1 15/16" - 16.64L FCSII
5’0" x 17 1/4" x 2" - 18.34L FCSII
5’2" x 17 3/4" x 2 1/16" - 20.16L FCSII
5’4" 18" x 2 1/16" - 20.96L FCSII
Hayden Shapes HS White NoiZ V2 GROM Surfboard by Craig Anderson
White Noiz is a everyday performance shortboard that has been designed around Craig Anderson’s feedback on this style of board. It’s a playful shortboard with great sensitivity for any high performance surfing. It has been designed with Craig’s personal preference of having a performance shortboard that is clean and simple in its DNA. Best ridden 1-2inches shorter as its plan shape has a little more surface area around the 12” marks in the nose and tail. It rides best in waves from 1-4ft (waist to head and half high).
About this board:
Construction: PE - Polyurethane Epoxy
Fin Boxes: FCS2/Futures x 3 (Choose option above - Fins not included)
Tail shape: Rounded Square
Dimensions/Litres: See size graph above
About Polyurethane Epoxy (PE):
The invisible high-performance technology – PE is a superior alternative to regular PU(Polyurethane Polyester). PE combines a polyurethane foam core with high-grade timber stringer, which is laminated using fiberglass cloth and a high-quality epoxy resin. Haydenshapes opts to use Epoxy resin, PE construction for three key reasons
- The optically superior brightening ingredient significantly enhances the whiteness of the board.
- Our exclusive epoxy is more flexible than polyester and maintains the lively flex pattern typically associated with a new board.
- It’s better than PU. It is more technical to manufacture and the result in the performance of this construction speaks volumes.
It is more technical to manufacture and the result in the performance of this construction speaks volumes. In keeping with Hayden’s design philosophy of creating innovative and performance surfboards made from only the highest quality materials, the PE construction is lightweight, delivers cutting-edge flex response and speed, and feels remarkably sensitive under your feet.