A few photos from yesterday on the Gold Coast. I spent the day at Sel Surf and at the Glass Lab fine tuning production and discussing exciting future projects. As you can see the boards coming out are looking insane. I also dropped in at Rhema Graphics to check out our new T-Shirt range in production. The first run is ready and will be on sale on our website in the next few days.
Joistik’s Karboload surfboards utilise carbon in this layup to best enhance it’s energy potential and flex/recoil properties. It is also the only tech to effectively manage this across all three planes of a surfboards flex: longitudinally, torsionally and transversely, but more importantly in the right places along the board, with a parabolic and efficient load up and release of energy. Speed and response through rail transitions and turns is instantaneous, stable and smooth, directly hingeing off the surfer’s foot pressure and centre of gravity. Importantly too, the carbon is utilised on the outer layers of deck and bottom- so that it is truly in tension when the surfboard flexes (in internal carbon laminates, the amount of tension and therefore energy feedback, decreases parabolically towards the centre of the core as the surfboard flexes). Read more about Karboload Technology here.