At Sideways we also offer a lot of our stock in stores, so check out our range of repair kits and let yourself get inspired.
We get it – the bond between you and your surfboard is something special. But we also know that the sun, sand, and salty waves can leave their marks. That's where we step in with our awesome surfboard repair kits.
Whether you're all about that heart-pounding shortboard action or the laid-back vibes of a longboard, we've got just what you need to get your board back in action.
Best Surfboard Repair Kits
At Sideways Surf, we're like your board's personal doctors. Our repair kits are all about top-quality materials and know-how. From tiny nicks to bigger cracks, our fibreglass repair kit is your go-to prescription. Our kits are built for everyone – from the DIY champs to the first-timers. We believe every surfer should be able to show their board some TLC.
Shop our Fibreglass Repair Kits At Sideways
Guess what? Sideways Surf isn't just about repair kits. We're your one-stop-shop for all things surf gear. From fins to leashes to traction pads – we've got the good stuff to amp up your surf game. Don't let those bumps and scrapes keep you away from the waves. Shop our surf hardware now at Sideways!
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Can you repair a surfboard at home?
You bet! Fixing up your surfboard at home is doable, especially for those small dings and scratches. DIY surfboard repair kits with all the instructions and materials you need are around to lend a hand.
What is the difference between epoxy and poly surfboard repair?
So, when we talk about fixing up surfboards, it's all about the resin. Epoxy repair uses a lighter, bendier resin that's awesome for those newfangled epoxy boards. Meanwhile, poly repair goes for a tougher resin that suits the good ol' fiberglass boards. Basically, pick what works best for your board's material and the kind of repair you're tackling.