The ecological retro surfboards balsa wood Kun_tiqi are handmade by shapers with over 18 years experience. Due to the use of technology and advanced materials, our retro surfboards have an optimal level of both flexibility and stability. In addition, 90% of the resources used in the production process are renewable. In this way, every surfer can help preserve the planet. November 9: Kun_tiqi is presented for the ISPO BRAND NEW AWARD 2011. Watch our video and vote "like" in the ISPO Kun_tiqi page. March 20: Cleaning Somo Beach on March 20 at 12 noon in the parking lot of Somo / Cantabria. For more information: Surfrider Foundation. From the 50's, started the movement and sparked the interest of Australians in the surf, the first boards started to be imported from the U. S. but not until the 60's when the boom really exploded sport. Today, Australia is a broad field of professional practitioners of surfing. retro surfboards are small, fast and very flat response that facilitate, advance and accelerate the slide on the small waves in a way that can never provide a normal shortboard. Are similar to the Fish model, in fact there is a combination of both styles. They are not strong enough for use in places with big waves, therefore NOT recommended, the smaller the wave, greater stability and maneuverability will with this table. This type of tables in particular, serve to medium waves and weak. Perfect for when the wave is not very good quality, because the maneuverability is high, broad, have little curve, so you can plan effectively over the waves. Its thickness gives it excellent buoyancy, which also makes the stroke. The similarity between the model and the Fish retro surfboards is very similar. Not recommended for use in large waves. This week will begin with a description of the tables as I offered last week. And we'll start with the smallest, type in tow. The tow in surfing is a 'team sport' as it is necessary to involve a person with a vehicle (or even helicopters PWC) to carry tow the athlete on the table. Lets get right to the face of waves that are unreachable 'rowing' (40 feet or more), and as the table is smaller in size and weight, is more maneuverable, and also requires more skill to control . A table in tow is between 5'5 "and 6'2" according to the height of the surfer, has a maximum thickness of about 2 "and weigh between 10 and 20 pounds, almost all concentrated in the center. The number of spindles can be between three and four, depending on the manufacturer. I present a graph of the surfboard types that are currently in use, and in the coming weeks I'll show a little more detail each of them. We'll see!. . . .