I posted a thread some time ago asking for help with getting my first shortboard.
I'm in good hands with a local shaper as of today, thanks to all you who shared words of wisdom.
My question is, with so many different new boards out there, what defines a standard shortboard (is it the sharper nose and thruster set-up)?
And how do you determine the right dimensions for your body size?
Is it usually a certain number of inches taller than your height with the width and thickness according to your body weight? I really want to know.
It's quite obvious there are several factors here: physique, age, skill level.
What is the "formula"?
I ask this because... in my quest for a shortboard, I have run into so many board descriptions/reviews that state "This board should be ridden ___ inches shorter, and ___ wider than your shortboard."
You can only imagine how helpless I felt each time I saw/heard this.
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Oct 4, 2012, 12:22 AM #1Junior Member
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Is there such thing as the standard shortboard?