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2010 Custom Wave Board Ten options dedicated to one purpose

Postby Toby » Sat Aug 01, 2009 3:34 am

Naish News:

2010 Custom Wave Boards - Ten options dedicated to one purpose… Surf.

Overview

The Custom range offers the industry’s highest performance shapes, the leading premium construction technology, and the most expansive selection. While each model offers unique performance, we are proud of the fact that no matter which Custom you choose, you will be completely stoked. The ten models of Customs a]attachment]re grouped in to three ranges: Global, Fish, and Gun.

The Global boards are super snappy and versatile. Their responsiveness, speed, and drive are unmatched. The Fish range is super buttery-smooth fun. The Guns look so good you can hang them on the wall like a piece of fine art, but you won’t be able to resist their incredible speed on a wave.

Charge down the line with constructions and materials developed for the aerospace industry. These technologies have been utilized to make the 2010 Naish Customs the Industry’s highest performance wave boards.

Global

Global 5’0”
Rides so insanely high, lively, responsive and fast in the water that it feels like a video game.

Global 5’4”
Solid edging giving you the confidence to ride at top speed and gouge bottom-turns like Robby.

Global 5’7”
Our most popular model due to its comfortable balance, extreme versatility, and snappy responsiveness.

Global 6’0”
Versatile and snappy like the 5’7”, with more drive and floatation for a riding style more like surfing.

Global 6’2”
Similar to the 6’0”, with more radical shaping in the tail of the board letting you snap your top-turns to destroy the lip like Reo.

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Fish

Fish 5’4”
Compact, easy, balanced, versatile, and super fun.

Fish 5’8”
One board that does everything with easy handling and smooth carving.

Fish 6’0”
Dominate lighter wind and smaller surf with extra surface-area and volume.

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Gun

Gun 5’10”
Super smooth and reliable. Ideal for the high speeds required in big waves and strong wind.

Gun 6’2”
Designed to charge into the world’s biggest waves.

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2010 Custom Construction

The EPS core of every board is shaped by hand. Then the entire deck and bottom are wrapped in composite laminates, over-lapping on the rails.

On these laminated, the board is fully wrapped again in a high-density, closed cell foam.

After laminating additional layers of reinforcement, the board is finished with the final layers of composite laminates over the entire deck and bottom, once again over-lapping on the rails.

The result is the strongest possible strength to weight ratio for the ultimate in board riding performance.
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Re: 2010 Custom Wave Board Ten options dedicated to one purpose

Postby Uride2 » Sat Aug 01, 2009 7:11 am

So when can we find them in stores in the US?

The one I'm interested in, the 6'.0" looks like the same dimensions as the 2009, any changes in 2010? The 5'8" fish may be of interest as well.

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Re: 2010 Custom Wave Board Ten options dedicated to one purpose

Postby kingofsurf » Sun Aug 02, 2009 4:12 am

It is great that Naish is making some kite wave boards for kids.
The youngsters in my kingdom were wondering if the weight has been reduced in the new models.
Those 5'0", 5'4', & 5'7" Are perfect for the 10 years olds & younger.
With widths like 16" & 17 " and thicknesses of 2" & 1", it should be easy for the kids to carry to the beach.
Nice...

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Re: 2010 Custom Wave Board Ten options dedicated to one purpose

Postby BBQFish » Sun Aug 02, 2009 10:48 am

What is the difference between the Global & the Fish??
When would one prefer one over the other, and in which conditions does the Fish excell and in which the Global??

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Re: 2010 Custom Wave Board Ten options dedicated to one purpose

Postby sourra » Sun Aug 02, 2009 2:06 pm

kingofsurf wrote:It is great that Naish is making some kite wave boards for kids.
The youngsters in my kingdom were wondering if the weight has been reduced in the new models.
Those 5'0", 5'4', & 5'7" Are perfect for the 10 years olds & younger.
With widths like 16" & 17 " and thicknesses of 2" & 1", it should be easy for the kids to carry to the beach.
Nice...


Good to hear that the kids in the kingdom of trolls are progressing. I've been riding a 5'0" and a Gun this year as we don't get any decent sized waves unless the wind is around 30 knots or more. Both of them rides great in such fast conditions. Go for a Fish 6'0"/Global 6+ or even a regular surfboard if you're after something floaty.


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