Flex is essential to high performance bodyboarding, but a board with too much flex can bog and push water. Too stiff and you’ll find it hard to turn. Consider the water temps you typically surf, combined with your personal flex preference, for the perfect ride.
Straight templates are typified by a wider nose width and a shorter rail line, perfect for those with a need for speed. Curved templates have a drawn in nose and turn on a dime.
When the mercury drops, your board becomes stiffer. Vice versa, when things heat up your board gains flex. Look for a stiffer board in tropical conditions and a softer flex for the cold.
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