There are different sizes of boards depending on the discipline and the level of the surfers. To ensure excellent stability when starting out, it is advisable to opt for a board with volume and which is long to facilitate gliding. This will allow you to keep a good stability and reduce the errors of support. You can opt for a less dense board depending on your progress. It should be noted that 4 characteristics are to be taken into account: length, width, volume and shape. The longer a board is going to be, the more it will slide on the water in archimedean. It will therefore be easier to catch waves. In our range, this is the Fly 4’8 or 5’8 for example. However, a shorter board will be more radical once in flight. A wide board will provide stability for standing on the board – however, this width can be problematic when you are turning by hitting the water surface faster. Finally, just like surfboards, there are different shapes: rocker, concave,… However, this is where we get into more advanced board selection.