Lightweight and Strong Wood for Surfboards!
Wood Surfboard Supply now offers pre packaged kits of premium balsa sticks.
Wood - Balsa Sticks - 12 Pack
$74.99
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We have balsa sticks that measure 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 36" each.  They can be used for nose blocks, tail blocks, internal blocks
or sawed into strips by the builder to laminate the surfboard rails.   They can also be glued together to create sheets of balsa
for decking. These sticks are strong and have very nice color.  The actual weight varies from stick-to-stick but even the
heaviest sticks are lighter than any other wood.
BALSA WOOD
You can use any wood you like to build a
surfboard but consider this; a surfboard
made from hardwoods like oak, maple, or
walnut will be beautiful - but very heavy. In
the water it will have lots of "drive" but
turning will be sluggish and carrying itvery
far will wear you out.

One answer is a solid balsa board - but a
balsa longboard can weigh over 40 lbs.

We glued up a couple dozen of our balsa
sticks and resawed them into planks to
build this hollow 7' 2" Mini Mal.  With a
lightweight frame and 3/8" thick decking it
came out at about 17 pounds

We've also used these strips on one side of
boards to compensate for heavier wood we
used on the other side.

Sold in packs of 12 sticks
1-1/2 x 1-1/2 x 36" Balsa Sticks
Use for blocks or saw into
strips to laminate rails
OR BUILD A WHOLE BOARD!
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