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longboard is a sublime and elegant surfboard, but it is not only suitable for beginners. Surfing with a longboard requires real skill. It allows you to glide on the waves and get an extra boost when you take off. With us, you can choose specifically from a selection of Malibu surfboards that are suitable for a wide range of surfing conditions. Longboarding has its roots in the past, with surfing legends like Greg Noll and The Duke shaping this style of surfing. Smooth turns and graceful tricks like noserides are often associated with longboarding. But longboards are not only suitable for small waves, they are also a perfect alternative to guns in big waves (Frag Greg Noll). Longboarding is very different from shortboarding.

If you're looking for a longboard for surfing, you've come to the right place. We offer a wide range of long surfboards that you can easily buy online. Find out more about the different boards on our website, and if you have any questions, we'll be happy to help.

When buying your longboard for surfing in our surf shop, you can expect a classic longboard that is around 9 to 10 feet long, 22 inches wide and 3-4 inches thick. These boards are often associated with the "way of life" in California, where graceful surfers glide through the water and have a good time by the sea - just the "good old days". In the 60s, singlefin surfing, hang fives and hang tens were the height of emotion when there were no shortboards, fishboards, funboards, hybrid boards and minimums. Although longboards were increasingly displaced by shorter surfboards at the end of the 60s, they have recently been experiencing a strong revival - retro is in, baby!

Longboards are well suited for surfing in the following situations:

  • At surf spots with small, weak waves.

  • In the flow of the wave with a relaxed and calm longboard surfing style

  • On days with small waves that break gently peeling

  • To surf big waves

Whether you're looking for that nostalgic feeling of the good old days or a new challenge in the water, a longboard for surfing offers you a unique experience and allows you to enjoy the waves in a special way.

Longboard Surfboards: Everything You Need to Know

Shapes of Longboard Surfboards

Longboard surfboards are characterized by their length and shape, making them ideal for gentle, rolling waves. Common shapes include:

  • Classic Longboard: Ranging from 9 to 12 feet in length with a rounded nose for stability and easy paddling.
  • Performance Longboard: Narrower and lighter than classic longboards, offering enhanced maneuverability and suitability for more challenging waves.
  • Noserider: Designed specifically for hanging ten, featuring a wide nose for extended noserides.

Ideal for Various Surf Conditions

Longboards are versatile and well-suited for:

  • Small Waves: Due to their length and volume, longboards glide effortlessly over small, gentle waves.
  • Point Breaks: Perfect for long, consistent waves that allow for fast and graceful rides.
  • Beginners: With their stability and ease of use, longboards are ideal for surfers of all levels, especially beginners.

The History of Longboards

Originally popularized in the 1960s, longboards experienced a resurgence in the 1990s and have since become a staple in the surfing world. From early wooden planks to modern lightweight materials, longboards have a rich history of design and innovation.

Why Choose a Longboard?

A longboard is the best choice if you...

  • Enjoy smooth, relaxed surfing experiences.
  • Are a beginner needing a stable, easy-to-handle platform for learning.
  • Want to conquer small to medium-sized waves without intricate maneuvers.


Longboard surfboards are not just a nostalgic throwback but also a practical choice for surfers of all kinds. Their versatility and effortless handling make them an essential part of any surf collection.

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