The 2015 Torq range of surfboards has just arrived in store and they are looking mighty fine. The range includes surfboards from super responsive fish shortboards right up to 9ft longboards. There are also some smooth funboards and mini-mals for the beginner and intermediate surfers and all of them benefit from Torq’s strong but lightweight epoxy construction.
We started using them as part of our surf hire fleet last year and as with most surfboards we had low expectations with regard to durability. Hire surfboards are generally used and abused and don’t last much longer than a summer season with us. If you’d seen some of the boards that get handed back after a day of use then you’d want to cry.
The Torq’s however, took the punishment and are still going strong now which is why we have decided to sell them as well as hire them.
It’s not just durability that catches your eye though. These surfboards have the coolest graphics I have ever seen on a surfboard. Snowboards have always looked amazing due to the way they are printed and this technology has now – finally – been applied to surfboards.
Lastly, and most importantly, these surfboards fly. They come with the award winning Futures fins set-ups so you can easily customise your surfboard even further if needs be while the shapes are clean, progressive and designed to work in the kind of conditions that we get in Britain.
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