With a revitalization of their entire surfboard lineup, the past year sure has been exciting for CORE. Last year the all-new Ripper 4 was released with huge improvements, and now this Baltic island powerhouse unveils their new 720 and Green Room!

Renewed specialized lineup: Both with new shapes and constructions, Core’s 720 and Green Room received major upgrades. Now lighter and even more robust, both boards are more than ready to take to the surf. 

 


720

The strapless freestyle wonder now features massive improvements to its hull including two soft outboard concaves and a deep channeled double concave down the center. The new hull shape smoothes out chop, helps steer the board during nose-first landings, and improves fakie riding.

SIZES: 4’11” | 5’1″ | 5’3″

CORE’s strapless freestyle wonder now features massive improvements to its hull including two soft outboard concaves and a deep channeled double concave down the center. The new hull shape smoothes out chop, helps steer the board during nosefirst landings, and improves fakie riding. New stringer-less, EPS epoxy sandwich construction is lighter and tougher than before. And like the new Green Room, it uses recycled plastic bottles and bio-resins. The new 720 is a win/win for riders with improved performance and environmental impact.

Learn more about the 720 HERE.

Willow River-Tonkin boosts into the stratosphere with the 720. // Photo: Thomas Burblies

GREEN ROOM

The Green Room carries over the proven shape from its predecessor and receives big improvements in weight and sustainability. Its narrow width and prominent rocker instill confidence in the pocket of monsters. Test one, and you’ll agree that this stick is designed for big wave hunters like yourself.

SIZES: 5’10”  |  6’0″

The big wave hunter now features an EPS epoxy sandwich construction. The Green Room carries over the proven shape from its predecessor and receives big improvements in weight and sustainability. Its narrow width and prominent rocker instill confidence in the pocket of monsters.

The new stringer-less, EPS epoxy sandwich construction reduces weight and improves durability. CORE’s commitment to the environment is evident in the use of recycled plastic bottles and bio-resins to reduce the board’s carbon footprint.

Learn more about the Green Room HERE.

Joshua Emanuel setting up for a cover up with the Green Room. // Photo: Thomas Burblies

THE NEW CONSTRUCTION

HD FOAM
We use water-resistant, high-density polystyrene foam with better flex characteristics than standard foam. It’s a little heavier, but given the conditions, the 720 will find itself in, HD foam is the only way to go.

NEW: EPS COMPOSITE SANDWICH
The Hexagon HD foam we use features channels that link the top and bottom glass layers forming a superstructure that’s strong, durable, and ideal for high load areas like under your feet.

LEVEL ONE VERIFIED ECO BOARD
Making high-performance products more sustainable is a good thing. Our feel-good board incorporates sustainable materials like recycled plastic bottles and bio-resins to reduce its carbon footprint.

To learn more about Core’s new surfboards visit: www.corekites.com

 

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