What features are you looking for?
Cores, slick skins, composits come in a wide range of qualities. Science has grouped these qualites based on features that each board has. Bronze being the lowest level and Platinum being the highest.
Durable yet cost effective. Boards in this range are normally constructed of PE cores, single stingers and HDPE slick skins. Perfect durable board for those that are starting off on wave riding.
These boards are made durable but begin the understanding of shapes and their correlation to wave riding. Generally they posses two stringers for added reinforcement as you discover what shape works best for your desired riding style and the waves you seek.
Boards that are designed with the performance technical rider in mind. These boards are normally constructed with multi composition cores and premium grade surlyn slick. Designed for the technical rider.
Boards that are designed with the performance technical rider in mind. These boards are normally constructed with multi composition cores, premium grade surlyn slick and deck contours. Designed for the technical rider.
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You may have noticed your equipment works differently depending on the water temperature you're in.
The way a board flexes and recoils in warm conditions is different than in the cold; and your personal preference for what you consider as optimum flex is unique to where you live and what your local water temperatures are. To take the guess work out of which Science Bodyboards are softer (generally better for colder conditions) or stiffer (generally better for warmer conditions) and to help you dial in flex, we've created the Science Flex Factor: F1 being the stiffest - F10 being the softest.