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How-to for beginners

This is an online guide for customers who have purchased the Beach Access softboard.

Please use it as it is explained so that even beginners of surfing can understand it.

 

table of contents

1. Types of fins and how to attach them

1.1 Quad fins (4 fins)
1.2. Twin fins (2 fins)
1.3. Trifin ((3 fins)
1.4. Single + side (3 fins)
1.5. Soft tri fins (3 fins)
1.6. Single fin (1 fin)

2. How to attach a leash

3. Precautions for handling the soft board

4. How to care for the soft board

 

 

1. Types of fins and how to install

1.1 Quad fins (4 fins)

Target board: 5'4 "Mini Simmons
Fin system: Futures

 

1.2. Twin fins (2 fins)

Target board: 5'6 "retro fish
Fin system: Futures

  

1.3. Trifin ((3 fins)

Target board: 6'4 "round pintail, 7'0" pintail
Fin system: Futures

 

1.4. Single + side (3 fins)

Target board: 8'0 "62L round pin tail (excluding old design model), 8'0" 73L squash tail
Fin system: Single fin box + side futures

 

Single fin

 

Side fins

 

1.5. Soft tri fins (3 fins)

Target board: 7'2 round pin tail, 8'66L squash tail
Fin system: Bolt

 

1.6. Single fin (1 fin)

Target board: Soft SUP 9'0 ",Soft SUP 10'0 "
Fin system:Single fin box

 

 

2. How to attach a leash

   

 

3. Precautions for handling the soft board

  • Prolonged exposure to high temperatures and direct sunlight can cause bubbles and discoloration on the board. Store the board in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat. Do not leave it in the car for a long time.
  • A strong impact can damage the board, so handle it with care to avoid impact.
  • When attaching the board to a car roof rack, etc., do not overtighten the straps. Traces may remain. When installing in a car, use a board bag or cover as much as possible.
  • When riding the board, it is advisable to use a surf leash and stay away from sharp reefs and rocky coastlines. Do not use the board in dangerous conditions, quays or extremely shallow conditions.
  • Due to the nature of the material used for the softboard, there is some water absorption, but this is a normal phenomenon and not a defect. This water is usually drained after use.
  • Apply wax like any other surfboard. No base coat required. (Excluding wax-free type)

 

 

4. How to care for the soft board

  • After use, be sure to rinse the board with fresh water to remove dirt, sand and salt, wipe it off with a clean cloth or towel, avoid direct sunlight, and store it in a cool, dry place. Do not use solvents or cleaners on the board.
  • Rinse the board with fresh water, wipe it clean and dry before storing it in a board bag or board socks.
  • A waterproof cover that covers only the thin top is convenient when you drive by attaching it to the roof rack of a car before the water is completely discharged. It prevents water from dripping from the board and is easy to dry. When you get home, remove the cover and drain the water.

 

 

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