See our range of Epoxy Surfboards on boardcave.com.au to find your next surfboard. Epoxy is the tough resin used in manufacturing our Epoxy Models. Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) blanks are used for all Epoxy surfboards; these blanks are a strong lightweight blank that offer great pop and response in the water, great for your performance surfboards.
Epoxy boards are different from your traditional Polyurethane (PU) boards that use Polyester resin and traditionally have a wooden stringer. Epoxy Surfboard design has been evolving over time and has resulted in many shapers introducing new high-performance construction methods that offer different performance characteristics. DMS Shapes and their popular Carbon Wrap construction is quickly becoming popular, along with JR Surfboards and their 201 Tri-Flex technology. Both these advanced construction options incorporate an EPS foam blank and Epoxy Resin, yet they both place carbon along the deck and bottom of the board for varied flex patterns and strength for the ultimate performance.
To learn more about the common surfboard constructions available, check out Surfboard Construction Types or compare the pros and cons of the standards PU vs EPS: Which one is best?