At Sideways, we offer a wide variety of shortboards to suit experienced surfers. Our collection of short surf boards are designed from some of the best shapers in Australia such as Dahlberg, Richie Lovett, Will Webber and more.
Shortboards for Any Condition
Crafted using the finest materials and cutting-edge technology, these boards are engineered to deliver unmatched speed, agility, and responsiveness in the water. Our high performance shortboards are built for intermediate to advanced surfers who want to ride waves with speed and sharpness.
No matter the condition, we got you covered here at Sideways. Looking to surf during the winter? Browse our huge selection of wetsuits available for men, women and kids. Additionally, we stock wetsuits for all seasons especially when the temps start to warm up. Shop today at Sideways and take advantage of our shortboard sale online & in stores.
Find The Right Shortboard Surfboard For You
When choosing a shortboard, it's important to consider factors such as the size and shape of the board, as well as the skill level and preferences of the rider. Many surfers prefer custom-made shortboards that are tailored to their specific needs and riding style.
Overall, a shortboard is a popular choice among experienced surfers who are looking for a high-performing surfboard that can help them ride waves with speed. Here at Sideways, our shortboards are designed for the ultimate surfing experience. Complete your surfboard setup when you shop at Sideways and grab a tail pad for your new performance shortboard.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a shortboard surfboard?
A shortboard surfboard is typically between 5'6" and 7'0" in length, with a narrow and pointed nose, a thin profile, and a pronounced rocker. Shortboards are made from lightweight materials such as foam and fiberglass, making them easy to maneuver and ideal for performing advanced aerials and cutbacks.
Is it harder to surf on a shortboard?
A shortboard is best suited for an experienced surfer who has already mastered the fundamentals of surfing and is looking to take their skills to the next level.
Can a beginner surfer use a shortboard?
A shortboard is known for its speed and responsiveness, allowing surfers to quickly and easily turn and maneuver on waves. However, they can be difficult to ride for beginners, as they require a higher level of skill and balance to stay upright on the board.