you gy saw the new surftech
Surftech ULTRAFLEX boards' utilize a biaxial "Salmon Skin" fiberglass, which is a combination of two uni-directional layers of glass stitched together on a 45˚ angle forming the biaxial grid that makes up our Salmin Skin (those are the lines you see on the deck and rails). Biaxial cloth allows for a greater range of flexibility, while distributing stress loads at 45˚ angles to help prevent buckling or breaking. This means that 100% of the fiberglass is working and more fiberglass can be used while still keeping a soft neutral flex pattern and maximizing durability.
look at the video... http://www.realwatersports.com/surfing/index.cfm?page=newsitem&id=1474
look superior with the new fiberglass they use and the fuse cell eps...
all glass by hand...
what you guys think?