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DVS MICRO FLAX

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DESCRIPTION


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“The Micro has a round nose, pointed round tail combination outline and is flat rockered with a touch of extra tail lift. The bottom configuration is a single concave up front into a double concave Vee with a thruster fin set up. The fuller outline and flat rocker makes catching waves easy and the “Micro” is like a flying sled that fire up in just about all conditions.”

 

*No Fins Included 

 

STOCK DIMENSIONS


LENGTH WIDTH THICKNESS VOLUME
5’8 20 1/2 2 3/4 36.23
5’10 20 1/2 2 3/4 37.47
6’0 20 1/2 2 3/4 38.76
6’2 20 1/2 2 3/4 40.09
6’4 20 1/2 2 3/4 41.42
6’6 21 2 3/4 43.77
6’8 21 2 3/4 45.15
6’10 21 3 50.31
7’0 21 3 51.84

 

CONSTRUCTION


 FLAX TECH

 

 

 

Flax fibre cloth is an engineered reinforcement fabric made from the bast of the flax

 

seed plant. While flax fibre is one of the oldest cultivated fibres for textiles, it is only

 

recently that its use as a fibreglass substitute has been acheived. Incorporating flax fibre

 

cloth in the lamination reduces the use of regular glass by 1/3rd and adds a great earthy

 

look and more importantly helps lower our carbon footprint.

 

 

 

 

 

SR GreenPoxy 56 is an epoxy resin which has up to 56% of its molecular structure coming

 

from plant origin. This percentage is function of the carbon origin contained in the epoxy

 

molecule.The final rate of the mix bio-based carbon content will depend on the

 

hardener choice.

 

 

 

 

 

The manufacture of EPS foam does not involve the use of toxic isocyantes used in the

 

production of regular surfboard blanks. Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam is light weight

 

and has fantastic shock absorbing properties, making it ideal for surfboards.

 

EPS foam has more buoyancy and flotation increasing paddling speed and

 

maneuverability.

 

 

 

 

 

The Surfboard Agency has teamed up with the first, independent 3rd party consumer-facing

 

“eco-label” for boards, the ECOBOARD Project is focused on reducing carbon footprints,

 

increasing the use (and reuse) of renewable, recycled and up-cycled inputs, and reducing

 

toxicity within the surfboard manufacturing process.