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Created by the freaks at Catch Surf, the Beater™ Original is destined to take over the world! Surf it with or without fins, bodyboard or skim it, do whatever the heck you want. The Beater can turn an average beach day into an epic tale of radness! Now shred. New 2014 colors! All-new stronger, lighter and water resistant core with dual (x2) maple-ply wood stringers and thicker/stronger bottom slick for the stiffest, most durable and highest-performing Beater ever made! Available in six (6) new color-ways. Single-Fin model comes with all-new 4.5" raked fin and Twin-fin comes with 3.5" keel fins. All-purpose, customizable shred stick! Fun for all skill levels! And can take a Beating! Tapered D-rails and twin-channel crescent tail for finless performance. Dual-composite core with twin maple-wood stringers. Old-School 8lb PE deck and impact resistant HDPE slick skin. Pop-thru leash plug at tail. Soft pop-thru removable fins (single and twin fin models only). Requires surf wax for grip. 48” Beater is recommended for smaller Groms or Adults (up to 165lbs) that require a board less than 4’ for use in local black-balled beaches (i.e. T-Street in San Clemente). 54” Beater is recommended for older Groms and Adults up to 175lbs where restriction is less than 5’. The Beater Original is great for all skill levels. Beginners can ride as a bodyboard and skimboard then progress to stand-up riding. Intermediate to advance riders can also use as a finless or finned surfboard. Suggested wave height is knee to shoulder high.
|Board Stringer:||No Stringer|
|Board Slick:||HD PE|
- lots of fun! Review by juan
- The Beater can turn an average beach day into an epic tale of radness???... well is true but the first days can be hard and different triying to catch waves, now i love it , very easy to get waves in the smaller days! new style to ride waves if you do finless! (Posted on 10/24/2014)
- rider Review by brian
- not enough rocker for stand up surfing or freeboarding behind boat (Posted on 10/24/2014)