Surfboard glassing and the fibreglass skin that surrounds the foam can impact the board's durability and the way it rides. We touch on the critical aspects of glassing a surfboard to help you decide what you need on your custom board. Read More
A look at hand shaping, the use of CNC machines and how the future of shaping is changing with new technology. Read More
Ever wondered which board to use in which wave? Boardcave checks out how different boards perform in different waves and how they all fit together in your quiver. Read More
Going on a surf trip? We look at how many boards, what kind of boards and other things to keep in mind when choosing boards for your next surf trip. Read More
Confused about your surfboard construction options? We've broken down some of the popular options getting around today for designing your own surfboard. Read More
There are so many factors that go into how a board will perform, including looking at the surfer him/herself. The big factors, however, are related to the simple outline of the board. Essentially the Nose, Rails and the Tail, and how they are linked together.
While each section plays a pivotal role in how a surfboard is going to perform, it is the combination of the three that can mean a magic board or a dud. Read More
Future Nostalgia: Whats new and whats true in surfboard design? Read More