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SEA BEAN

The Sea Bean Surfboard is fast becoming one of our most popular models, this performance Egg shape design gives you maximum wave-count and performance in one fun package!

A forgiving outline with wide nose and hips for maximum wave catching ability put together with a performance tail rocker and shortboard style rails gives this Surfboard real potential, the Sea Bean is a Funboard that will get you into almost any wave anywhere!

Sea Bean Funboard SurfboardWith Sea Bean Sizes available from 5ft10″ to 7ft it will suit the beginner or the die hard advanced surfer just wanting a board to have fun on.

The Sea Bean features a deep double concave running from under the chest to out the back giving this fun shape loads of speed and drive through the turns, rails are 6o/40 shortboard with a tucked edge, this board is designed to ride and act just like a shortboard while giving you a bigger wave count and a more stable ride. You can surf the Sea Bean anywhere from beaches to reefs, from sloppy fun summer surf to hollow winter bombs. In the bigger sizes the Sea Bean makes a great beginner board or a drop down board from a longboard, great to learn your turns and cutbacks on giving you plenty of time on the wave while forgiving your small mistakes.

You have the option of either quad fin or thruster fin with the 5 fin setup, you can either order in FCS11 or Future fins, the Sea Bean can be completely Customization to your spec with help from us to choose the right size for your needs. Aerialite fibreglass with Vectornet tail inlay, custom sizes, custom resin art ect.

Sea Bean Standard sizes:
5ft10″ x 20″ x 2.7″   6ft x 20″ x 2.7″-37ltr    6ft4″ x 20.5″ x 2.7″-40ltr    6ft8″ x 21″ x 2.7″-43ltr
6ft10″ x 21.5″ x 2.7″   7ft x 21″ x 2.7″-45ltr   7ft x 21.5″ x 3″-50ltr
Other sizes are available to order as a custom order.

 

Sea Bean Funboard Surfboard withj future fins setup

Sea Bean priced from £399.99 this includes Thi/quad fins, please contact us for shipping.

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7ft Sea Bean Surfboard, Eastcoastvisions