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Epoxy Surfboards: Pros vs. Cons - Degree 33 Surfboards

Epoxy Surfboards: Pros vs. Cons. August 11, 2009 8 Comments. Epoxy surfboards started to become popular in the 1990's. Prior to that for the last 40 or so years, traditional fiberglass surfboards were what the masses surfed with.

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Traction Pads. Do you need 'em? - Degree 33 Surfboards

Traction Pads. Do You Need Em? September 03, 2009. Surfboards traction pads are designed to be stuck on the tail of your surfboard (back-end) to stop your back foot from sliding off. An alternative to a surfboard grip pad is surfboard wax.Basically you will need to use one or the other to keep yourself on the board.

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Beginner Surfers Listen Up! This is the board you start on

Beginner Surfers Listen Up! This is the board you start on. May 30, 2011 36 Comments. When you're learning to surf, picking the right surfboard is crucial. I know that in the beginning you can't tell the difference between all the different shapes. You can tell that some are long and some are short. ya the turning point board is a ways off

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Traditional Fiberglass VS Epoxy VS NexGen So Which is

Traditional Fiberglass VS Epoxy VS NexGen So Which is Better? March 02, 2010 192 Comments. One of the biggest questions I get is what's the difference between epoxy, fiberglass, and this NexGen I've been hearing about? In this post I'm gonna go through what the pros and cons to all them are so you can hopefully make a better educated decision.

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Surfboard Guide - Fiberglass vs Epoxy - Degree 33 Surfboards

If you scrape the wax off of a used poly board, you will likely find many pressure dents regardless of the surfer’s ability. It’s just part of the deal. Another thing to be aware of with a poly board is the way it “ages.” The polyester resin yellows from the sun. This results in faded colors, and a very “used” look.

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Fishy, Shorty, or neither - Which one should I get first

Fishy, Shorty, or neither - Which one should I get first? July 14, 2010 7 Comments. and I loved the feel of it planing on take-off. I could take off in longboard territory once I had the board planing. It was also short enough (about 5’10’’) so I could do one stroke or no stroke takeoffs if the situation called for it.

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10 Great American Surf Cities - Degree 33 Surfboards

10 Great American Surf Cities. September 03, 2010 1 Comment. Whether you’re on the market for a once in a lifetime surf tour, a new lifestyle, or something to kill off a few minutes while you settle into the workplace, this list represents the best and brightest in the US.

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What is Surf Wax Used for and How do You Apply it

What is Surf Wax Used for and How do You Apply it? September 08, 2009 1 Comment. Surfboard wax provides grip and traction for your feet on your surfboard. Surf wax also stops you from sliding off your board while paddling out to the waves.

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Fish Surfboards. What Size Should I Buy? - Degree 33

Fish Surfboards. What Size Should I Buy? October 28, Started off on a 6’9" for a few years, wasn’t surfing regular enough to improve much, switched to a beginner BIC 7"3", surfed more and improved a good bit, ready for the switch to a fish I think, don’t ride anything bigger than overhead, and really I’ve just got my drop in and my

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Surfboard Guide - The Transitioner - Degree 33 Surfboards

Surfboard Guide - The Transitioner What surfboard is next? yet aggressive enough to break the fins free when snapping off the lip. I picked up a Nexgen Jack in a 6’0” and upgraded the fins. It was super responsive as a thruster and it’s extremely quick and agile as a quad. If it’s 2-3ft or even a foot or two overhead, the “Jack

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Epoxy Surfboards: Pros vs. Cons - Degree 33 Surfboards

Epoxy Surfboards: Pros vs. Cons. August 11, 2009 8 Comments. Epoxy surfboards started to become popular in the 1990's. Prior to that for the last 40 or so years, traditional fiberglass surfboards were what the masses surfed with.

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Looking to make that move from a longboard to something

Looking to make that move from a longboard to something shorter? (2nd edition) March 09, 2016 21 Comments. So you've come to a point in your surfing where you're ready for a little more maneuverability but not ready to make the jump to a shortboard (by the way, that's the vast majority of you that have never surfed anything other than a longboard).

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Surfboard Fin Setups: Single, Twin, Truster, Quad what

Surfboard Fin Setups: Single, Twin, Truster, Quad what they are and how they change the feel. June 15, 2009 1 Comment. The fin, or fins, underneath your surfboard are there to help with the steering of your board.

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The Differences Between Beach Breaks, Point Breaks, and

The Differences Between Beach Breaks, Point Breaks, and Reef Breaks. July 28, 2009 2 Comments. Many people assume that a surfable wave is the same wherever you go. The wave comes out of the water, you jump on your surfboard, and proceed to surf it. However, there is more to a little more to it than that.

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Surf Etiquette, How to Handle Your Surfboard and NOT Piss

Surf Etiquette, How to Handle Your Surfboard and NOT Piss Anybody Off. December 09, 2009 11 Comments. All around the world the rules of surfing are the same. These rules are known as "surf etiquette". Some breaks (or great surfing locations) have the surf etiquette on signs or plaques displayed prominently before you get in the water. In this

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Dings: What not to expect - How to avoid atypical

However, there are ways to greatly reduce the probability of it happening. First off, if your fin box gets knocked ajar, it's not your boards fault. With good, clean surfing, you'll rarely put your fin boxes in harms way. The most common way to damage a fin box is to ride the board too far in to the sand.

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What Kind of Longboarder are You? Here are 2 Awesome

Regardless of whether you are an intermediate surfer or an advanced surfer we have a couple of longboards that will rock your longboarding world. That may seem a little "hypie" but if you've surfed either of our longboards you know they are magic. Let's start off by figuring what kind of longboarder you are. Do you

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The Acid Splash Surfboard Series: A new look with an old

The Acid Splash Surfboard Series: A new look with an old trick. October 12, 2017. Surfboard art has been around since the foam blank was launched for full scale production at the turn of the 60's. The wooden boards before that had their own aura and beauty about them.

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Feature Friday - The T9 - Degree 33 Surfboards

Feature Friday - The T9. April 24, 2015 1 Comment. Starting today, we will be running "Feature Friday" every week, where either a board, wetsuit, or accessory that we offer will be the center of attention. This week to kick things off we have selected one of our two new shortboard models for 2015, dubbed the "T9".

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10 Surf Terms You ABSOLUTELY Need To Know;) - Degree 33

10 Surf Terms You ABSOLUTELY Need To Know. September 20, 2010 2 Comments. Surfing is a hard thing to pick up—and the very cliquey surf community makes it doubly so. Here are a few terms you’ll stumble across when you hit the lineup or walk into your surf shop of choice. yard sale (yahrd-seyl):

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How to step it up: Sizing up for winter - Degree 33 Surfboards

How to step it up: Sizing up for winter. September 23, 2014. If global warming is sending us these late season southern hemi hurricane swells, at least there's finally a benefit from climate change. Cabo just got SLAMMED with new hurricane swell. We got the best run of legit I've seen in San Diego in years.

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What Size of Surfboard Should I Get? - Degree 33 Surfboards

What Size of Surfboard Should I Get? May 06, 2010 94 Comments. So one of the most common questions we get here is, "what size of surfboard should I get?" I wish that there was a simple answer to that but unfortunately there really isn't.

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The Science of Sunscreen: How to literally save your own hide

The Science of Sunscreen: How to literally save your own hide. March 18, 2015. Winter, in Southern California, is essentially over, in fact, it never really began, so if you're a SoCal surfer, you've been exposed to bright sunlight all year long.

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How to ride a longboard surfboard - A guide for beginners

Sit just off the shoulder (away from the breaking lip of the wave.) Once the wave is close enough to challenge your confidence in spinning and paddling to catch it on time, it’s time to do exactly that. Spin the direction that keeps your eyes on the cresting lip so that you can see it coming. Start your stroke at 60-75% power and kick it into

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Surfboard Foam: Why Epoxy Surfboards are Better. - Degree

Ever wondered what keeps your surfboard floating in the water with your body weight on it? Well, since the 1950's, after surfboard makers moved away from the wood off trees, you'll pretty much always find a foam core at the center of your board. There are a couple of different foam substances available for use in surfboard manufacture.

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The Complete Surfboard Progression Guide for Beginner and

You are beginning to pick off set waves within your comfort zone. Your pop-ups are happening quick on take-off, not late at the bottom of the wave. You can generate speed and navigate turns to keep moving with the open face of the wave. If you feel you’ve got a foothold on these, you’re ready to start your transition from newbie to ripper.

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Custom Surfboards - Degree 33 - Degree 33 Surfboards

Great for off-day Mentawai's or Indo. Every shaper in the county builds a fish! This is Bills contemporary, yet forgiving take that's still a breeze to paddle. Geared for intermediate/advanced riders, this board brings a paddle advantage to playful but crowded days. Ride as short as you can go, a hair longer than your Cloud or Bean, 1-1.5

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Rob Goodman - Why I Went Custom - Degree 33 Surfboards

Rob Goodman - Why I Went Custom June 11, 2015 1 Comment. I had been buying boards off the rack, or pro models used off of craigslist for years. I was still learning, and was naive as anyone else when looking at new surfboards.

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Surfing Etiquette Part 2 - The do's and don'ts of the

Surfing Etiquette Part 2 - The do's and don'ts of the lineup. August 21, 2013 3 Comments. These are just the basics, it can get technical on occasion. For the most part, if you adopt this creed, you'll find that surfing can always be fun and enjoyable.

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Overcome Your Fears: Perfect your Surfing - Degree 33

Overcome Your Fears: Perfect your Surfing. June 17, 2010 43 Comments. Your biggest obstacle in becoming a better surfer is you. If you’ve ever found yourself sitting out primo waves because they were a little too daunting and making excuses for yourself afterward, you know exactly what we mean.

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Surf Racks for Your Car - Degree 33 Surfboards

The best part is that they are easily removable (5 mins max), so taking them off and putting them on is a snap. PRO TIP- get a set of single soft racks for when you travel and surf abroad. Toss them on any vehicle/taxi/shuttle for easy transport. Dakine Tie Down Straps $18.00 $20.00.

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5 Tips For Selling Your Surfboard On Craigslist - Degree

5 Tips For Selling Your Surfboard On Craigslist. April 25, 2011 5 Comments. Take the average going price and knock off $50-$75 Selling a hot commodity? The higher demand will mean you can sell your board for a good chunk more. (Tip: Insist on getting your payment in cash. There are a bad eggs in every city---make sure you don't get suckered)

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FAQ's - Degree 33 Surfboards

FAQ's Can you ship internationally? Do you offer a military discount? Can you ship to an APO address? What's your return policy? I don't know what surfboard to buy, can you help me?. How long will shipping take? How does your Pay Plan work? Can I find your boards at any shops in my area? If I order 2 boards can I get a discount on shipping?

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The Story Behind the Brand - Degree 33 Surfboards

When Degree 33 started in 2006 the goal was to do nothing more than create a part time income selling boards on Craigslist. It was quickly discovered that there was a serious interest in being able to buy surfboards off the internet and that is where the story really began.

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BOYB - How To Repair Damaged & Broken FCS Fin Boxes

BOYB - How To Repair Damaged & Broken FCS Fin Boxes. February 09, 2016 It's more than likely you've ran your board into the sand before. You've hit the reef, or another surfer, and had to go to the repair shop to fix your shred sled because one of your fin boxes took a hit or impact of some sort. After it's all taped off, take a blade and

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Surf Travel: 7 things we can't do without - Degree 33

Surf Travel: 7 things we can't do without. April 11, 2014 The Northern Hemisphere is getting towards the end of the winter swell cycle. As we prepare for a summer of modest waves and crowded beaches/lineups, avid surfers begin to daydream and formulate their Southern Hemi surf trips.

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Beginner Surf Series Part 1 | The Beginning of My Surf

I finally got down to the ocean and I was so relieved to get this log off my head and floating in the water. Luckily, paddling the board was way easier than carrying it. It felt like I was skimming across the water every time I paddled, and mind you, I was only able to get half my fingertips in the water owing to how wide this board was.

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The "Poacher" Egg Funboard - Degree 33 Surfboards

The Poacher. Small waves have never been so fun! Purpose: This is our easiest transition coming off of a longboard. Defined by its name, this board allows you to “poach” when the waves render shorter boards useless. Its fun and loose feel is perfect when you want to stay nimble and catch everything without moving to a full longboard.

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New Fins from Captain Fin - Degree 33 Surfboards

The second batch of the new Captain Fin lineup is here! (For my previous post, click here) Like I've stated in my reviews before, swapping around fins is a great way to get different characteristics out of your board that you may have never realized you had. The stock fins we supply you with work great, but your board

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The closeout list. Huge discounts on our used, repaired

This is our easiest transition coming off of a longboard. This board provides a wave-catching advantage over shorter boards. Stay nimble and catch everything without moving to a full longboard. More manageable board size for smaller/younger surfers. Thruster fin setup, rounded pin tail for classic control and smooth turns.

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Improve Your Stamina with Surfing Specific Fitness Training

Improve Your Stamina with Surfing Specific Fitness Training. August 24, 2010 4 Comments. Interval training is designed kill off any spare energy you happen to have lying around, with stupid efficiency. Throw in a handful of core exercises (Segmental rotations, Planks/Side Planks, and Double Knee Crunches) and pull ups and you’ll be done

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Surfboard Guide - Essential Surfboard Accessories - Degree

Surfboard wax provides grip for your feet on your surfboard. Surf wax also stops you from sliding off your board while paddling out to the waves. As the name would suggest surfboard wax is primarily made from bees wax and paraffin. Generally other substances are added to provide tropical fragrances.

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The Staff at Degree33 Surfboards - Degree 33 Surfboards

It was in Ecuador, It was 6-8 foot blowing slightly off shore and lefts longer than Rincon. Describe your style in 3 words: fun, fast, heavy-footed. Any advice to new surfers starting out?: Make sure to stay off my waves! Would you rather paddle out solo on an epic day, or paddle out with friends when its small?: I rather surf solo on a epic day.

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8 Steps to Start Surfing - Our Quick and Dirty Guide to

8 Steps to Start Surfing - Our Quick and Dirty Guide to Getting Your Feet Wet. July 06, 2010 2 Comments. If you're brand spankin' new to the world of surfing and looking to get started but don't have ANY idea where to start, then this article is for you.

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Surf Wax - Degree 33 Surfboards

Get a grip & Wax it up son. Ever seen a penguin go sliding across the ice on their belly? The same thing will happen to you when you slide right off your board if you don't wax it up.

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Board Bags - Degree 33 Surfboards

Whether its protecting your board from a rouge rock kicking up off the highway (you've seen what it can do to your windshield), keeping the inside of your car clear from the gooey mess of melting wax, insulating your new ride from the harsh UV rays that cause de-lamination, or keeping it safe from the luggage gorillas at the airport, a board

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Exclusive 33 Day "Ride It" Guarantee - Degree 33 Surfboards

Buy any Degree33 surfboard off our website and ride it for up to 33 days. If during those 33 days it's not the perfect board for you, all you need to do is scrape the wax off, package it up like it was when you got it, get it back to us, and we will give you full retail credit towards any other surfboard in our warehouse. Fair Enough?

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Impenetrable Surfboard Defense: How to Leave the Airport

Impenetrable Surfboard Defense: How to Leave the Airport with Your Stick in One Piece. August 17, 2010 4 Comments. Traveling with a surfboard on a plane is like trying to get home from the grocery store without breaking any eggs. Most the time you'll be ok but every now and then you break every one

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Do I Really Need a Leash? And if so, what size? - Degree

Do I Really Need a Leash? And if so, what size? August 24, 2009 1 Comment. When you embark on a surfing session, one of the first things you will notice, is that if you get separated from your board without a surfboard leash you will have a long swim to retrieve it.

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The Over Easy - Degree 33 Surfboards

If your confidence doesn't build as the swell does you're on the wrong board Purpose: This is the Poacher's badass big brother. All of the float yet the zip of a speed boat. The Zenith of 45 years of shaping, the speed egg is Bill Minard's coup de grâce to the modern shortboard. For the gifted greenhorn and luminary al

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The "Bullet" Perfomance Groveler - Degree 33 Surfboards

The Bullet thrives on being the early bird, getting in before the rest of the lineup has a chance to react! We took advantage of a fishy outline, pulled the width in just a touch to streamline the rail curve, and changed the tail to rely solely on speed, keying off of a wide, winged diamond for rail to rail guidance.

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