The Shinobi Surfboard

£549.00£599.00

The Shibui Shinobi Surfboard high performance groveller, marrying wave count with style and sophistication
Ability: Intermediate/advanced
Conditions: Anything from knee to head high
Construction: PU Blank Resin
Fin system (not included)
Futures 5 Fin (optional)

SizeWidthTicknessVolume (L)
56” 20 5/8” 2 3/8” 30L
5'8” 20 3/4” 2 7/16” 32L
5'10” 20 7/8” 2 1/2” 34L
6’0” 21” 2 9/16” 36L
6.2” 21 1/8” 2 5/8” 38L
6.4” 21 1/4” 2 11/16” 40.5L
6.6” 21 1/2” 2 2/4” 43L
6.8” 21 5/8” 2 13/16” 46L
6.10” 21 7/8” 2 7/8” 49L
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"Shinobi", meaning "those who act in stealth" is a Ninja employed for deception and forgery tactics to take opponents out by surprise. This gem will give you all the above!

This SHINOBI is the ultimate intermediate to beginner board. But it’s full of performance for the higher level surfers!

The plan shape keeps plenty of volume around around the nose for east paddling and the width around the tail allows for extra planing but not to the detriment of the board’s performance.

A flat nose rocker going to stealth single and a deceptive Vee in the tail to give to an all-round ninja experience!

CONSTRUCTION POLYURETHANE/POLYESTER
Polyurethane blank with polyester resin is the most widely used construction for surfboards and has been for years. Recently polyester resin has become stronger and more ultraviolet stable which means the boards last longer and stay white even when exposed to strong sunlight on surf trips.

At Shibui surfboards we use a resin called Isophthalic which is the best polyester resin on the market, your board will stay whiter for longer. The polyurethane blanks we use are from US Blanks which supply all the top brands worldwide, they're strong and light. Shibui surfboards are built from the best materials out there, we do not cut corners on quality, if need advice please contact us.

This board can be plain, foam tinted or polished resin tinted in blue or red.

ORDER PROCESS
Once you have paid for your surfboard and the money is cleared, you will receive an email with the shapers contact details. You will then be able to discuss exactly the specification for your board.

After your board has been specified the shaper will calculate the cost of the delivery, we will invoice you the delivery costs before the completion of the construction of your board.

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