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Alterego Corsair 5’5 blanco

749.95
Eco-friendly and perfect for smaller surfThe Corsair is a classic fish with a modern touch. Corsair stands for fun in smaller waves, with the potential to push the limits in bigger surf. The flat/single to double to vee concave allows fast rail-to-rail surfing. The low entry rocker, combined with plenty of volume, makes for easy and fast paddling and maximum speed on flatter sections. The Corsair is best used in small to medium waves. It is an amazing allround board for experienced surfers and makes the transition from Mini Malibu to a shortboard easier. Alterego are committed to environmentally friendly production of high quality surfboards. They spent 3 years testing and developing the ACT 2.0 Active Cork Technology. Absolutely innovative! The cork stringers dampen your ride in choppy conditions and provide extra pop for radical manoeuvres. FeaturesFish from AlteregoFor small to medium surfAllows for an easy transition from a Mini Malibu to a ShortboardFor more advanced surfers

Alterego Quill 5’10 blanco

749.95
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Alterego Quill 5’8 blanco

749.95
For experienced surfers and waves from hip height The Quill offers a thin outline and tight tail combined with more volume in the first half of the board, just under the mid line, to increase manoeuvrability in smaller surf. Medium rocker to speed-up in flatter and foamy sections, single to double concave, full rails and neutral balance, make this board a great allrounder with speed and reactivity. It´s great for everyday surf in waves from hip-height upwards. Alterego are committed to environmentally friendly production of high quality surfboards. They spent 3 years testing and developing the ACT 2.0 Active Cork Technology. Absolutely innovative! The cork stringers dampen your ride in choppy conditions and provide extra pop for radical manoeuvres. FeaturesAlterego QuillFor waves from hip height upwardsAllround surfboardFor experienced surfers