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La Virgen de Guadalupe Surfboard - Hybrid Model*
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*Includes free fin-set with board purchase (for a limited time).
Timeline from order to board delivery: 6 weeks (approx.)
GLIDE AND SLICE THROUGH ALL CONDITIONS
Feel the power of the Creator’s waves under your feet with La Virgen de Guadalupe Hybrid model. The Hybrid model is our most versatile board, well suited for a wide range of surfing abilities and surf conditions. The Hybrid model masterfully hides plenty of volume within its modern shape, great for those wanting extra stability or paddle power, but can also be pushed to the limits of high level surfing. The Hybrid model can handle waves from two-foot mush to pumping six foot without sacrificing performance. HPPS Keahana core + Epoxy construction: supremely durable, 30% lighter and 20% stronger than polyurethane core/polyester resin construction.
Available in La Virgen de Guadalupe artwork commissioned specifically for Motherboards' surfboard lineup. Artist Federico Archuleta, also known as El Federico, is an Austin, Texas-based graffiti artist who has created several notable murals in Austin. Now having worked in Austin for over 20 years, Archuleta draws on his Catholic upbringing as a first-generation American in creating his works, including Lets Band Together and La Virgen de Guadalupe. Archuleta’s work is distinctly defined by his early experiences of regularly traveling between Texas and Mexico. See more of his work here: https://www.instagram.com/el_federico/?hl=en.
The Hybrid model is an original design built exclusively for Motherboards by Foam Works Surfboards in the Outer Banks, North Carolina, USA. Our surfboards are constructed one at a time with superb craftsmanship from industry-best, high-performance materials. You will not find a better built board.
Multipurpose groveler-to-performance board, available from 5’6” to 6’4” in length (Volume range: 27 Liters to 44 Liters).
Modern outline includes a shallow 2-inch swallow tail for quicker water release and pivot from rail to rail. The single concave bottom contour transitions to a double-V off the tail for more lift.
Full nose under the chest for extra paddle power and higher wave count.
Can be ridden as a Twin, Quad, or Thruster, depending upon surfer preference, style, and surf break.
HPPS Keahana + Epoxy construction: durable, flexible, loaded with energy and pop, 30% lighter and 20% stronger than polyurethane core/polyester resin construction.
Gravity Glassing with S-Cloth fiberglass: greater strength and less weight than common E-Cloth fiberglass.
Ability Level: Weekend Warrior - Intermediate - Advanced (great board for any rider looking to take their skills to the next level).
Futures fin boxes: 5 fin-box setup for options to ride as a Twin, Quad, or Thruster. For a limited time during this product launch, starter fins are included with your board order!
High pressure polystyrene (HPPS)/Epoxy Construction: HPPS foam is much lighter than polyurethane (PU) foam due to its pressurization process that squeezes beads tighter together to create a lighter product. A great option for surfers that love to take to the air, lighter boards are easier to whip around quickly; this extra sensitivity makes them great for progressive surfing on waves that let you perform quick snappy maneuvers. Also beneficial for building speed faster and gliding through flat sections, HPPS/Epoxy makes a great combination for small wave performance boards.
Keahana USA Blank: Keahana technology has been researched and developed since 1996, producing their “magical” foam blank, leading to the production of a surfboard that makes you fly on water. Keahana blanks maintain their energy and pop for the life of the board. HPPS + Epoxy resin is stronger and more flexible than traditional PU/Polyester resin, allowing it to snap back into shape with less denting than PU/Polyester construction.
S-Cloth fiberglass: S-Cloth is made from higher quality raw material (magnesium) than E-cloth and is about 30% stronger and 15% stiffer than E-Cloth. In very basic terms, it has a tighter weave with more fibers per square inch. Most commonly used to provide greater strength with less weight than with E-glass, S-Cloth is ultimately compatible with epoxy resins. More impact resistant to heel dents and pressure dents, extending the durability and longevity of the board.
Gravity Glassing: This glassing technique allows the resin to soak up into the fiberglass cloth, creating an even and full saturation of resin, leading to less resin puddling and potential fragile areas on the board surface.
Made in the USA at Foam Works Surfboards in the Outer Banks, North Carolina.
See our volume calculator to dial in your recommended board.
Dimension format: Length (in.) x Width (in.) x Thickness (in.); Volume (Liters)
5'6” x 19" x 2 ¼”; 27.2 Liters
5’8” x 19 ¼” x 2 ⅜”; 29.8 Liters
5’10” x 19 ⅜” x 2 7/16”; 31.6 Liters
6’0” x 19 ¾” x 2 ½”; 34.1 Liters
6’2” x 20” x 2 ⅝”, 37.3 Liters
6’4” x 21 ½” x 2 ⅞”, 44.0 Liters
Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Virgen de Guadalupe) appeared in Mexico as the pregnant Mother of God to Blessed Juan Diego, an Aztec Indian, on December 9, 10, and 12, 1531. She left a Miraculous Image of her appearance on his cactus fiber cloak, or "tilma", which still exists today for all to see in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. She put an end to the bloody human sacrifice of the Aztecs and converted nine million natives in the 7 years after her appearance there.
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