Firewire Machado Moonbeam Surfboard

Firewire Machado Moonbeam

Rob Machado designed this LFT shape while thinking of small, and weak waves; “The kind of waves I ride a lot here in San Diego, or an average day in Japan.” he says.


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“ The Moonbeam is meant to go fast and have fun”

Rob Machado

The REAL Deal

Firewire Machado Moonbeam

Rob Machado designed this LFT shape while thinking of small, and weak waves; “The kind of waves I ride a lot here in San Diego, or an average day in Japan.” he says.


Firewire Machado Moonbeam Surfboard

Dimensions

From the Shaper

“ The Moonbeam is meant to go fast and have fun”

Rob Machado

The REAL Deal


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Firewire’s Description:

Anyone who is familiar with The Midas will notice the Moonbeam’s similar nose template. Why is it similar? “I gave the Moonbeam a nice and wide nose, like The Midas for skatiness in small waves.” says Rob. But his ever present place in surfing illustrates the importance of surfing up and down in the pocket. To allow that on the Moonbeam, Rob raised the nose rocker above what you’d expect in a small wave design, creating an opportunity to cut sharp angles on the Moonbeam without hanging up the nose.

Like every shape Rob is surfing in 2018, The Moonbeam has Rob’s Board Eat Board concave built into its hull – this is Rob’s uncommon approach to enhancing speed without losing responsiveness, and it draws much intrigue on surf shop racks.

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