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everything to know about surfboards

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How to Choose Your First Surfboard When You Graduate from a Foamie

Features, User Guide

You've mastered the pop-up and that foam rental - now it's time for your first surfboard. A mini-mal is a great idea as is a mid-length. Both range in size between 7'0" and 8'10" – perfect as you'll need enough floatation to paddle but not so much that it's hard to turn the board. WavePoolMag Basics is an ongoing series

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Top wave pool stories of the year 2022

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The Top Wave Pool Stories of 2022

Features

If this year felt like a blur, you're not alone. So much happened in the wave pool world that our heads are still spinning 10 days before 2022 comes to a close. And this surf park sphere in which we live is only going to accelerate more rapidly with each subsequent trip around the sun. Our minds are blown in

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collage art for surfboard rental

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Board Hire: How one surf park enhances the guest experience

Features

Wave pools are hard on surfboards. And this goes across all wave-generating technologies, some more than others. If the technology doesn't have concrete walls, there is still shallow concrete floor and lining. The wall in a Wavegarden Cove and at a Surf Loch set-up get the worst rap, but personally, we've crushed the nose of a rental in a PerfectSwell

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shortboarding in Korea

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How a wave pool is transforming a nation of longboarders into modern-day residents of Shredlandia

Features

The surf scene in Korea has steadily grown, going from zero to booming in the last 10 years. But scoring surf is difficult here on a fickle peninsula at the whims of three relatively small bodies of salt water. The Yellow Sea, the East China Sea and the East Sea are all within a few hours' drive of each other.

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Surf Parks and Sustainability: Why on-site food production is the next big thing

Features

As more wave pools pop up around the globe we are seeing a wide range of business models, all tied in some form to sustainability. While some parks have fashioned a tighter knot than others, the goal here at WavePoolMag is not to greenshame, but to open the discussion of what is possible in the wave park space as we

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