Riley Foam Core Surfboards – Funboards and Mini Mals

As light as a regular polyurethane MiniMal.

Riley Foam Core SurfboardsFunboards and Mini Mals are a great in-between board that caters for a lot of people from beginners to advanced; to short boarders to long boarders. These boards fill the gap when the surf is just not suited to your regular board and by the way they are a great wall hanger.

This Allrounder is an EPS foam-core performance Mini Mal. It is the only board that features our newly designed 1/8’’ cedar rail stringers for added stiffness on smaller waves. This type of board is suited to most riders – perfect for small to medium sized conditions and great for all ages. Customise the Allrounder to your preference by downloading the custom order form.
Weight: 6 kg.
Type of construction: Recycled EPS foam core.
Bottom Shape: Vee.
Rail Shape: 80/20.
Type of stringer: Riley cedar rail stringers & centre stringer.
Type of waves suited for: 1-6 feet.
Type of surfer suited for: Beginner to experienced.

Genuine Australian Made Product – Click here to see Why it Pays to Buy Australian-Made Products.

12-month warranty – you snap it – we replace it.
• As light as a regular polyurethane MiniMal.
• Stronger and more durable.
• 1/8’’ cedar rail stringers.
• Stable buoyant EPS core.
• The Allrounder is hand shaped in Australia.
• Quality guaranteed.

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