Surfboards Uk Ltd Preload Model
Surfer level: Intermediate - Advanced
Wave height: 1ft - 5ft (knee high - way overhead)
Construction: EPS, Epoxy
Fin system: Futures
Fin set up: Thruster (3 fins)
Tail: subtle wing to rounded pin
Name origin: The 'Preload' name came from our MDs' previous work of being in World superbikes, often adjusting the 'preload' would solve a lot of problems. So we found it fitting that our most versatile board in our range was named after something that is the answer to most problems or in our case conditions.
Description: The Preload is our most versatile surfboard in our range. It can accommodate a surfer progressing from whitewater to someone who's linking turns and smashing the lip. If there was one board you could take through the progression of surfing then this would be the one.
Catching waves: The Preload is a classic hybrid full nose and fairly wide outline, it's designed to catch waves and make paddling easy. This combined with our unique rocker makes this the best board for paddling in its size!
Manoeuvrability: With a tightly pulled in tail the preload gives you the response and control that you need, from learning your first cutback to blowing the fins out!
Any questions or queries please don't hesitate to ask. Here at surfboards UK Ltd, we pride ourselves on excellent customer service. We are always willing to go the extra mile for anyone who would like some help.
All our new surfboards at Surfboards UK Ltd come with a 1-year buyback guarantee and 1-year warranty.
At Surfboards UK Ltd we can completely custom design any surfboard, from any shape to any graphics. For custom surfboards please email - email@example.com
All of our epoxy surfboards are made here in the UK, in Newquay Cornwall, using the top materials, locally sourced wherever possible. Here at surfboards UK, every Surfboard we make is ECOBOARD Project verified.
This means that we are verified to produce a board with the same technical attributes as any modern surfboards, whilst having reduced environmental and toxic impacts.
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How to look after your new epoxy surfboard
First and foremost make sure the board is always water tight before going in the sea. If any dings crop up just bring into the surf shop and we will fix it for free!
Having a board bag for transport can help alot with preventing dings! Most repairs we do are from accidents that occur outside the water!
Lastly DON'T leave it in the sun or worse in a hot car! When epoxy gets hot it becomes soft and flexible which can lead to dings or even delamination!
If you're ever in doubt contact us, on phone, email, instagram, however you like, and we will give you advice.