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HS White Noiz Shortboard

HaydenShapes White Noiz FF Shortboard

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

NZ$1,197

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Product Description

White Noiz is a performance shortboard that’s been designed around Craig Anderson’s feedback on approaching smaller waves. It offers a playful sensitivity and encourages a smooth, clean approach often applied to surfboards targeting bigger conditions.

Craig’s personal preference for a performance shortboard is clean and simple in its DNA. The shape features smooth continuous rocker and outline curves, which allows the board to feel comfortable in all parts of the wave with no surprises.

The plan shape also has a little more surface area around the 12” marks in the nose and tail creating a larger sweet spot from which to generate speed in less powerful waves.

Moderate concave runs almost the entire length of the board with very clean fade-out at both the nose and tail. Slight double concave between the middle of your stance, and through the front fin area, adds nice directional acceleration to the bottom curve.

Whether you’re a front or back foot surfer, White Noiz has a very balanced feel. This model prefers to be ridden 1” – 2” shorter, and surfs best in waves from 1 – 4 feet, (waist to head and half high).

Specifications

NOTE: rider weight is based on board volume and intermediate rider skill level.
LENGTHWIDTHTHICKVOLUMEFINS
(recommended NOT supplied)
APPROX WEIGHT RANGE
5'6''18 5/8''2 3/16''23.58 ltrFutures HS379kg / 174lb
5'7''18 3/4''2 1/4''24.75 ltrFutures HS279kg / 174lb
5'8''19''2 5/16''26 ltrFutures HS279kg / 174lb
5'9''19 1/8''2 3/8''27.4 ltrFutures HS279kg / 174lb
5'10''19 1/4''2 7/16''28.8 ltrFutures HS179kg / 174lb or less
5'11''19 1/2''2 1/2''30 ltrFutures HS185kg / 187lb or less
6'0''19 3/4''2 9/16''31.8 ltrFutures HS185kg / 187lb or less

Technical Info

Technology

FutureFlex Construction

FutureFlex represents the very latest in surfboard technology and design. The construction process combines a stringerless, high-density custom shaped EPS core laminated with biaxial fiberglass, epoxy resin and a parabolic carbon fiber frame.

The carbon fiber frame within the laminate is the key to the performance of these boards. Designed to maximize speed and drive while minimizing twisting, FutureFlex boards essentially store and release energy as the surfer transitions through a turn. The result is a fast and lively, highly responsive surfboard that's perfectly geared for high performance surfing.

You can find out more about GSI's surfboard construction on our surfboard technologies page

Board Concave

Vee Double Single

 
Rail

Medium Rail

 
Surfer Skill Level

Advanced, Intermediate

 
Wave Height

1-8ft Waves

 

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Reviews

  1. 5 out of 5 Excellent performance shape

    Neutral, fast, and fluid. I use a larger fin in the back and smaller fins on the sides. Specifically F8 in the center, Scimitars on the sides. I have the stock 6’1″x19 3/4″x2 9/16″. Even though the board is basically the best I’ve ever ridden, I’d do better with a custom 6’1.5″x19.5″x2 5/8″, which is a 1/2″ longer, a 1/2″ narrower, and a 1/16″ thicker.

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  2. 5 out of 5 Great all round short board

    I like future flex tech, it’s light,strong and floats great.
    Great all round short board, loose off the top and great down the line speed, I would suggest to ride her in 2-4 ft would suit the board.

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