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HAYDENSHAPES SHRED SLED GROM
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The Shred Sled Grom is a fish design tweaked to be an all-round surfing board for young surfers. It has been scaled down from the Shred Sled and designed for young surfers who are progressing or young little rippers who want a performance fun design - they just order it a few inches shorter than their normal board. It has a smooth connected feeling that is fast and flowing. Although it looks like a small wave board, the Shred Sled Grom will surf waves up to 4ft in all conditions.

The unique outline allows a full plan shape, yet a wide round tail is positioned behind the wing to give plenty of performance and curve so it fits into all types of waves. The wing allows a straighter outline in the center of the board, which provides plenty of speed down the line. The foil has plenty of volume, yet it is shaped to allow the board to sit in the wave face creating a very smooth, connected feeling. The wing also breaks this connection and water flow to give response and release when you want it.

The rocker is flat in the belly, giving the board flowing speed, yet it kicks late in the nose and a little in the tail. The deep single concave in the front end of the board blends into a double vee out the tail behind the front fins.

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  • PE
    • POLYURETHANE/EPOXY TECHNOLOGY
      PE construction combines a polyurethane foam core with high-grade timber stringer, which is laminated by hand using fiberglass cloth and an exclusive epoxy resin. Epoxy resin is used in PE construction for two important reasons. One, to reduce the rate of yellowing and discoloration of the board and two, our exclusive epoxy is more flexible than polyester and maintains the lively flex pattern typically associated with a new board.
      All PE boards are CNC milled from the shapers files and laminated by hand. These boards are light, have incredible acceleration and speed, and feel remarkably sensitive under your feet.

      You can find out more about GSI's surfboard construction on our surfboard technologies page

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Haydenshapes Shred Sled Grom
HAYDENSHAPES SHRED SLED GROM
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LENGTH WIDTH THICK VOLUMEFINS
(recommended NOT supplied)
APPROX WEIGHT RANGE
5'0'' 18'' 2'' 18.68 ltr Future FSG 40kg / 88lb
5'2'' 18 1/4'' 2 1/16'' 20.14 ltr Future FSG 50kg / 110lb or less
5'4'' 18 1/2'' 2 1/16'' 21.13 ltr Future FSG 60kg / 132lb or less
NOTE: rider weight based on board volume and intermediate rider skill level.
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