2825 MT

2017_side_2825mt

 

2825 MT

IT´S GOOD TO MIX THINGS UP

It’s 2017 and it’s good to mix things up. Combine the right ingredients and you get a winner of a surfboard. We slow juiced the 2825 outline and added the rocker of the MTM. So we have the 2825 – maintaining that smooth, wide outline and now also featuring a high performance rocker to comply with more serious waves and turns on a dime in steep pockets.

 

    • Wider, fuller outline
    • High performance rocker
    • Single to double concave
    • Tri/Quad fin option
    • Wide squash

 


2017_over_2825mt

2825 MTSIZEWIDTHTHICKVOLUME
CSTMT545'4"18 1/4"2 1/8"21.6L
CSTMT565'6"18 1/2"2 3/16"23.4L
CSTMT585'8"19"2 1/4"25.4L
CSTMT5105'10"19 1/2"2 5/16"27.5L
CSTMT5115´11"19 3/4"2 3/8"29.1L
CSTMT606´0"20"2 1/2"31.4L
CSTMT626'2"20 1/2"2 5/8"34.9L
CSTMT646'4"21"2 3/4"38.6L
SURFERSIZEWIDTHTHICKVOLUME (L)TAILWEIGHT

To help you out choosing your board we compared the outline, rocker and rails of our models. In the bellow table you can see the differences and decide the best option for you !

OUTLINE

NOSE WIDTH

NARROW MEDIUM FULL
N1N2N3N4N5
TLXDRIVERLEKKER2825MTSSB
MTMDRIVER XLLEKKER ROUND28225SSB ROUND
MTM CHANNELLEKKER CHANNELGRAVYBFF
TTTT20
JTB
SMP
GRAVY X

OUTLINE

TAIL WIDTH

NARROW MEDIUM FULL
T1T2T3T4T5
TLXDRIVERLEKKER2825MTSSB
MTMDRIVER XLLEKKER ROUND28225SSB ROUND
MTM CHANNELLEKKER CHANNEL
TTTT20
JTB
SMP
GRAVY
GRAVY X
BFF

ROCKER

CURVY MEDIUM RELAX
RK1RK2RK3RK4RK5
TLXMTMDRIVERLEKKER2825
JTBMTM CHANNELDRIVER XLLEKKER ROUNDBFF
SMP2825 MTLEKKER CHANNELSSB
GRAVYTTTT20SSB ROUND
GRAVY X

RAILS

LOW MEDIUM FULL
R1R2R3R4R5
TLXMTMLEKKER2825SSB
SMPMTM CHANNELLEKKER ROUNDSSB ROUND
JTB2825MTLEKKER CHANNEL
GRAVY XTTTDRIVER
GRAVYDRIVER XL
BFF
T20

What is Volume?

 

The volume of your board is a measurement of the total amount of space that your board occupies. If your board were a perfect cube, then a simple length x width x height calculation would be all we’d need. However, as your board is full of curves and concaves, the whole thing is a little more complicated. In the past, the only way of knowing, was to dunk your board in a bath, and see how much water was displaced and this is why we normally measure surfboard volume in Cubic Litres rather than Cubic Inches.

 

 

Why is Volume Important?

 

Volume matters because it gives us a realistic idea of how big our boards are. Ever since the “Retro Revolution” of the early 2000’s, people have been riding an increasingly diverse range of surfboards, and now the standard 3 dimensions (length, width and thickness) don’t give us enough information to decide if a board will work for us or not, and you can shape 3 boards with the same dimensions, that look and surf very differently.

If you’re surfing in warm water and good waves, the lower end of the scale is recommended. If you’re surfing in poor conditions, looking for help in crowded situations, or wearing thick wetsuits, lean towards the higher end of the range that you fall into.

SELECT YOUR MEASURES!

SURFBOARD TLX MTM / CHANNEL TTT THE DRIVER JTB SMP DRIVER XL GRAVY GRAVY X LEKKER / ROUND / CHANNEL 2825 MT 2825 SSB / ROUND BFF T20

 

FILL IT !


SURFBOARDSVOLUME CALCULATORCUSTOM ORDERGRAPHICSLOGO OPTIONSTECHNOLOGIESCONVERSION CALCULATOR

 


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RESIN TINTED

tinted_riverside_full# O5 – RIVERSIDE FULL

tinted_riverside_half# O7 – RIVERSIDE HALF