Note: All Engineered EPS Blanks are made to order allowing for optimalcustomization. Due to a high demand please allow 4-5 days before picking up or shipping.
The SURF FOIL SERIES is designed with plenty of volume in a short package for paddling up to the foil’s lift speed. Flat bottom with moderate nose rocker and a small tail flip to help stay lifted on the foil.
BUILD YOUR BLANK THEN BUILD YOUR BOARD
Greenlight's flexible manufacturing processes allow you to customize this blank to suit your ideas and style without the traditional long wait of a custom blank...
Our Surf Foil Blanks are a stock thickness of 4 1/4" thick. Contact us if you need a different thickness before ordering.
SELECT THE STRINGER OF YOUR CHOICE
If you're not adding a wood or High Density Foam stringer we recommend usingcarbon fiber reinforcements with stringerless blanks for flex control and strength.
Contact us for custom stringer glue ups not shown here, as well as altered rockers or blank thicknesses. We can do just about ANYTHING for you!
*Stringerless blanks 6'6" and under will be shipped "the cheap way" split in half for you to glue up. If you want a one piece stringerless blank please contact us for shipping quote.
High Density (HD) Foam Stringers are the latest stringer technology and offer a more dynamic flex and rebound feel to your board. Similar to Kelly Slater's 'Slater Design / Firewire' boards, the HD foam stringer adds a natural, consistent flex pattern to naturally fit the shape of the wave in a turn, and a powerful spring-like "pop" when releasing the turn. And our HD Foam stringers come in a variety of colors!
*HD foam stringer blanks will be 23" wide if shipped "the cheap way". Glued up Blanks with HD stringer will be 25" wide.
Basswood is the standard wood type that has been used in surfboard construction for decades. It's light and easy to shape with proper wood tools. The grain is straight, with a fine, even texture and is pale white to light brown color.
Cedar wood is a popular choice for a darker colored stringer look. It is pale brown or tan color and shares similar properties to basswood but provides a really cool look under the glass. Plus, there's nothing like the smell of cedar in your shaping area when building your new board!