9'7  ~  158L  Fibreglass

9'7 ~ 158L Fibreglass



Key Dimentions: Length 9ft 7 inches  /  Width 31 Inches (79cms)  /  Volume 158 Litres


Description: Great board for surfing small waves or cruising your favourite waterway with your best friend




The most important and value add features of our boards are the efficiency and professionalism through our shapes and the strength and lightweight characteristics of our key material components and how they are utilised in different areas.


9'7 158L                    Rider Level                                  

Conditions                Novice       Surfer     Pro rider
Calm <100kgs   <110kgs  <125kgs
Surf <85kgs   <95kgs  <110kgs
Windy Surf <70kgs   <80kgs  <95kgs


For further details on these two key areas see the details on this page >

  • Tech Specs

    Core - Lightweight EPS Moulded core shaped to maximise the bouyancy and weight to strength efficiency of the board


    Precision shaped to specifications by Australian shaper Jared Reed using The Industry leading Professional AKU Shaping machine.


    Key Re-enforced Areas using a denser PVC insert material

    Fin boxes | SUP Handle | Leash Plug


    3mm PVC Standing Deck Area all the way through the top of the board from 30cms above the centre down to the tail


    5mm PVC Stringer


    Shell - multi layer sandwich composite construction using 4oz fibreglass cloth overlaid with 6oz layer and then another another layer of 4oz fibreglass over the top.


    Futures fin boxes and middle US Centre fin


    Boards come standard with 9 inch middle fibreglass fin and 4.5 inch fibreglass futures side fins.


    Good riders can make any shape work in the surf and flatwater allows for a lot of board shape floors to go undiscovered. It's not until you get out in the surf that the design and construction elements of a professional shaped board become apparent.

  • Design Features

    At Greenroom Boards Australia we use over 10+ Years of riding and Industry experience to create boards that excel in both calm protected flatwater bays and also are well at home in the Surf. Below we discuss the Key design features of our boards that make this possible


    Bottom -

    The botttom is the key area of the board that many people fail to recognise or consider. A good shaper will create a bottom waterflow line that provides, lift and therefore planing speed, while maintaining stability and mobility through the tail when the board has gained speed and the stability factor becomes less important.

    Key attributes:

    Concave to double concave through the centre stance area - provides sped, lift and stability.

    Convex through the tail area to compliment the surf rail for aided turning and manoeuvrability while on the waves.


    Rail -


    Thinned out through top and bottom areas to allow for ease of movement both cruising out through the waves and surfing them.

    Volume distribution through the centre area is by way of a boxy rail line allowing more weight to supported while standing and less weight to be in the key surfing areas of the tail


    Top -


    25mm diamond deck pad with surf kick in tail allows for extra comfort and grip

    The top deck area is shaped to allow a flat standing area through the centre deck area of the board which provides two key benefits

    1. Stability

    2. Increased volume to manoeuvrability ratio - so you can go smaller and rip harder while not losing your balance.


    Outline -


    The outline of our models allows them to be used in both calm, flatwater and in the surf. They create and generate speed through lift and plane. We focus the volume through the stance area and out to the full rail while bringing that in and refining it at the nose and tail of the boards.

    Bothe Surf Cruiser and the Lifestyle Surfer are made for the Ocean but given this they will also be just at home on the flat calm waterways.

    Most boards will work in the calm water but only some boards will work in both and it takes a professional shaper with years of experience to get that right.