EPS . CARBON . EPOXY
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Combining the elements of Innegra S fibre (the white lines on your board) with our double twisted weave fibreglass we strategically glass 14 strands of Innegra running parallel up your board.
These fibres provide a controlled strength and flex allowing the board to be stronger and perform better without becoming too stiff.
Aesthetics mixed with function, this black coloured strand of fibre is woven into Chilli's own double twisted weave fibreglass. The unique weave and direct sized fibre gives you a stronger layer of glass and the authentic Chilli certification.
Carbon Fibre Frame a parabolic carbon frame on the deck and linear carbon stringers on the bottom is designed to provide a controlled flex pattern!
The familiar flex of the liner carbon stringers allows the rider to generate speed while the parabolic frame on the deck controls twisting through the front two thirds of the surfboard. With a highly responsive feel this layup allows the surfer to generate speed and drive with ease.
Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam is a version of polystyrene foam. EPS is typically the lightest of the three foams used in surfboard construction resulting in a much lighter board translating to increased buoyancy and floatation. Basically the lowest density or lightest board will float you the best! The advantage of better buoyancy is added paddling speed and increased manoeuvrability allowing you to ride a smaller board. EPS foam core is also less likely to deteriorate over time!
Progressive Carbon Tail adds strength to the tail end of these boards. A common weak spot known as 'tail cancer? is prevented by having this around the tail. It?s designed so the carbon progresses down the to be strongest down at the very tail tip to prevent tail cancer or small chips etc. Not only does it protect but also helps flex out the tail when driving through turns and release off the top!