Salt Gypsy Shorebird Surfboard
Salt Gypsy Shorebird Surfboard
Salt Gypsy Shorebird Surfboard
Salt Gypsy Shorebird Surfboard
Salt Gypsy Shorebird Surfboard

Salt Gypsy

Salt Gypsy Shorebird Surfboard

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Colour:Dirty Pink
Dirty Pink
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Salt Gypsy Shorebird Surfboard

Dirty Pink / 5'5

Natural Necessity Surf Shop

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

115 Fern Street
Gerringong NSW 2534
Australia

+61242341636

FEATURES

 2 fin setup (Twin Fin)

 The Shorebird will feel fast, loose and have lots of forward drive. 

 This twin fin surfboard is a great option for the ladies because the absence of the centre fin reduces drag considerably therefore it’s easier to generate down-the-line speed.

 The pivoting capabilities of the twin will also make for smooth, effortless turning in small to medium size waves.

 PU construction

 From a design perspective the Shorebird lends from the old-school keel twin with a relaxed yet fast rocker, and a vee-to-single concave bottom that will instil trust in the rider when she takes off and starts to drive off the bottom.

 The traditional beak nose positions additional volume under the chest for easy wave catching.

 The modern elements include a narrower tail which allows for a tighter turn and assists with getting the board on rail for those chickas really leaning into their turns.

 The Shorebird will actually satisfy a wide range of abilities and surf conditions, from beach breaks to point waves and reefs. Essentially, it targets the girls who have some experience riding waves who want a ’short’ surfboard with performance, flow and good vibes all rolled into one board.

 All Salt Gypsy surfboards were tested and designed with appropriate dimensions and volume allocations to suit female surfers so they can get the most out of every wave


RECOMMENDED FINS

We recommend the FCS II CI Keel PG Twin Fins or the FCS II Christenson Twin PG Fins.

DIMENSIONS 

Length

Width

Thick

Volume (L)

5'5

20

2 ¼ 

28.0L

5'8

20 ¼ 

3 ⅜ 

31.0L

5'11

20 ½ 

2 ½ 

34.0L

 

 

CONSTRUCTION: PU Construction

PU surfboards are constructed from polyurethane blanks and use traditional materials and laminating techniques to produce strong, and reliable boards with high quality finishes. Polyester boards are CNC milled from shapers files and laminated by hand, using quality fiberglass which is known for its strength to weight ratio, resin and foam. Polyester boards have been at the forefront of performance surfing for years now, featuring progressive flex pattern controlled by a high-grade timber stringer, and feel reliable under the feet. Polyester construction performs well in all surf conditions and be adapted to suit a wide variety of surfboard models and lengths. 

 

QUESTIONS

Not sure what size you should be riding? Check out our Volume Calculator, or get in touch today.
Have a question about the best fins, leash or tail pad to go with this board?

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CONCERNS WITH SHIPPING? 

If your board is damaged during transit simply send us a photo of the damage, a full front and back photo of the board within 24 hours of delivery, and we can offer to replace, repair or refund your order. For more information see our Shipping page. 

ABOUT THE BRAND

Drawn from a lifetime chasing long period swells, Salt Gypsy® is a women's sustainable surfwear company that celebrates female surf athleticism, diversity and style in the lineup. Salt Gypsy's product line is made from a 100% regenerated nylon yarn called ECONYL® which is a longer lasting, more durable recycled nylon fabric with responsible manufacturing here in Australia and biodegradable packaging. Salt Gypsy is committed to developing a closed loop system using repolymerised waste materials in our ocean activewear and supporting the slow fashion movement.