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Kymera Introduces New Line Of Personal Watercraft For 2020

Kymera, one of the earliest companies to introduce electric-powered bodyboard, has some new and pretty exciting products lined up, including a jet ski-like personal watercraft called K-X2, a kayak and a surf board – all electric-powered, of course. Among the three, I must say the K-X2 is the most interesting contraption. It is not quite a jet ski and yet feels like it is one. Continue reading Kymera Introduces New Line Of Personal Watercraft For 2020

Chanel Drops Designer Skateboard And Surfboard. Yes, Seriously

French fashion house Chanel better known for chic women fashion pieces and perfumes, has dropped two items which we never in the world expect to find in its collection. So what is that we are the items that surprised us? A skateboard and a surfboard. Yes, my friends, Chanel-branded skateboard and Chanel-branded surfboard are a thing and they are part of the brand’s Spring-Summer 2019 collection. And trust me, they would be pricest skateboard and surfboard you will ever buy. But more on that in a jiffy (we want to make sure you are seated for prices). Continue reading Chanel Drops Designer Skateboard And Surfboard. Yes, Seriously

Waydoo Flyer Lets You “Fly” Over Water With “Aircraft Tech”

The exhilaration of gliding over waves is only possible if Mother Nature is willing, but why limit yourself to “if the waves permit”? You don’t have to because, there is a new “surfboard” that you get on with “surfing” even on perfectly calm days. Meet Waydoo Flyer Electric Hydrofoil Board. The Shenzhen-based company recently debuted the Flyer at the CES 2019 with the aim of making electric/foil boards accessible and easy to handle. Continue reading Waydoo Flyer Lets You “Fly” Over Water With “Aircraft Tech”

Surfboards With Coastal Scenes Are How Surfboards Should Look

Surfboard belongs to the sea and therefore, it couldn’t be more fitting than one that has a design that depicts a bird’s eye view of the coastal scene like these surfboards created by Hawaii-based studio TRVLX. These surfboards are not actually functional surfboards. Though, I have no doubt the natural wood like Mango, Koa, and Eucalyptus would ensure it floats, but it probably does not have the dynamics of a surfboard performs. Continue reading Surfboards With Coastal Scenes Are How Surfboards Should Look

Tesla Wants To Sell You A Surfboard As Sleek As Tesla Cars For $1,500

Joining Tesla growing portfolio of lifestyle products that include the likes of die cast collectibles, hats, power bank, and Tesla Model S for Kids is this minimal and sleek surfboard called Limited Edition Tesla Surfboard. Obviously, a car maker known nuts about making a surfboard and even if it knows anything at all, Tesla and surfing don’t quite mix, or at least they don’t mix well enough to convince why you should drop $1,500 for a Tesla-branded surfboard. Continue reading Tesla Wants To Sell You A Surfboard As Sleek As Tesla Cars For $1,500

You Don’t Need Waves to Surf with Onean Electric Surfboard

Love surfing, but lack of the access to seaside without driving a day or two? Well, fret not, with the this electric surfboard from Basque Country firm, Onean, you can surf as long as there’s a waterbody large enough for you to do so. While this may not go well with purists, you can’t deny it is a quick fix for days when the sea is dead calm. Two models are being offered, Carver and Manta. The former takes on the shape and size of a traditional surfboard and is geared towards adrenalin junkies, while the latter resembles an oversized bodyboard for relaxed cruising. Continue reading You Don’t Need Waves to Surf with Onean Electric Surfboard

MINI Heads into the Open Water with the World’s First MINI Surfboard

MINI has taken to the sea, but not with an amphibious vehicle as one might have guessed. It now has a surfboard to its name and mind you, that’s a fully working surfboard that we are talking about. Not a concept. Not a prototype. Which is an awesome thing because we hate reading about stuff that we can’t enjoy or buy even if we don’t have the intention of buying. It just feel good to know it is a real thing and not something that sits in the archive and fades into oblivion. Developed by Christopher Weil, head of MINI exterior design and pro surfer Kalani Robb, and working with California-based Channel Islands Surfboards, the world’s first MINI surfboard is not mini in size though. In fact, it is a regular size board blessed with a little bit more volume and armed with low rocker for agility and fast feeling, just like its land-going MINI automobile has been offering. Continue reading MINI Heads into the Open Water with the World’s First MINI Surfboard

This Is The World’s Most Expensive Wooden Surfboard. It Cost A Whopping $1.3M

if you have the means to acquire one or two of the world’s most expensive objects, you probably put in your trophy room then actually use them and we believe this particular surfboard crafted by New Zealander Roy Stuart, dubbed the Rampant Wooden Surfboard, would be one of them. why? because it is so beautiful that you probably won’t want any saltwater on it and because it reportedly cost a whopping $1.3 million. that said, we are not even sure if it is for sale. in any case, there is no denying that the Rampant Wooden Surfer is a work of art that deserves as much time in your art room as it would have conquering the waves, but look aside, there are much surf tech put into it. it has a torsion box construction that maintains the stiffness while keeping the weight down (31 lbs or 14 kilograms, if you really must know). Continue reading This Is The World’s Most Expensive Wooden Surfboard. It Cost A Whopping $1.3M