Surfboards

Below is a list of the current model in the Dust Surfboard line up. These models have been developed over time to offer you boards from beginner to expert. All models can be custom ordered to your specific dimensions and have a turn around of 4 weeks from order. Please contact us today to discuss your next board.

0829986344

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Construction options

EPS/Epoxy

By far our most popular construction method. We use superlight 30 density EPS (Expanded PolySterene) foam as the core. Blanks have stinger or stringerless options. Our standard glassing layup is 6once fiberglass on the bottom and a 6 + 4 once on the deck. We can accomodate a thicker lay up should you require it. The board is glassed with Entropy bio resin epoxy, making the board super strong and durable. And finnished to 450 grit sanded finnish.

Can be applied to all designs

PU/Epoxy

In this construction method we us traditional PU (Polyurethane) as the core. We have stringer and Stringerless options. This constriction is for the rider wanting the traditional flex pattern of PU while gaining a stronger board as it glassed in Epoxy. Our standard glassing layup is 6once fiberglass on the bottom and a 6 + 4 once on the deck. We can accomodate a thicker lay up should you require it. The board is glassed in with Entropy bio resin epoxy, making the board super strong and durable. And finnished to 450 grit sanded finnish.

Can be applied to all designs

ECO Board

Our greenest board yet. This construction method has the EPS core and Entropy bio resin Epoxy. However we replace the Fibreglass with Hessian (also called Jute or Burlap) cloth. the result is a super strong greener surfboard.

Can be applied to all designs

Enviroment first

The majority of modern surfboards are constructed using PU/PE (polyurethane blank, polyester resin).  And these products cannot be recycled and are harmful to the environment. Therefore Dust has moved to EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) and Super Sap Epoxy resins from Entropy Resins, to make a greener surfboard. Fin systems, leash plugs and fibre glass remain our final elements to “go green”.