Magic Model Wahine - Fusion-HD
Magic Model Wahine - Fusion-HD
Magic Model Wahine - Fusion-HD
Magic Model Wahine - Fusion-HD
Magic Model Wahine - Fusion-HD

Walden Surfboards

Magic Model Wahine - Fusion-HD

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Magic Model Wahine - Fusion-HD

8'0 / Yellow / FCS II 2+1

Natural Necessity Surf Shop

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

115 Fern Street
Gerringong NSW 2534


Walden Surfboards was the first company to design an entire line of surfboards just for women called Walden Wahine, ( Wahine is Hawaiian for a girl) Walden didn't just add a token pink surfboard to his existing men's line but rather created an entire range of surfboards for the full range of women surfers. They slimmed out the dimensions and made a slightly narrower Magic Model, they kept all the performance but sized the boards especially for women...oh yeah, and made them really beautiful.
We recommend this board for all abilities in all conditions.
This board is in Surftech's Fusion EPS technology that combines a fused cell EPS core with epoxy resin.
All wave heights
FCS II 2+ 1
Gloss finish
Fins not included.
Turning: 10
Paddle: 8
Noseride: 10

8'0 -
Width: 22"
Thickness: 2 3/4"
Volume: 58L
Weight: 12KG
Bottom: Yellow
Pinlines: Red
Rails: Yellow
Colour Top: Floral Inlay

8'6 -
Width - 22"
Thickness: 2 3/4"
Volume: 61L
Weight: 13KG
Bottom: Blue
Rails: Blue
Pinlines: Orange
Colour Top: Floral Inlay

Known by many as the “Father of the Modern Longboard,” Steve Walden shaped his first surfboard in 1961, at age 13, and never looked back. Eight years later, the native Southern Californian opened his first board factory and store in Huntington Beach, then moved to the North Shore of Oahu in 1972, where he made a name for himself as a prolific longboard shaper. While the rest of the surfing world was fixated on short single-fins, Walden continued to faithfully hone his longboard designs. Over the years he shaped for prestigious labels like Lightning Bolt, Local Motion, HIC, and Channel Islands, but it was always his own boards that set him apart. By the early 80s, Walden returned to California where he unveiled his wildly successful Magic Model with its radical rocker, down-turned rails, and super-fast Turbo Hull bottom contour.