The answers to all your questions. If that is not the case, email us here.


What is your foam made from?

All polyurethane foam blanks are made by mixing two liquids, a polyol and an isocyanate. Our polyol is based on >80% recycling polyols that we source from the packaging industry (post-industrial). The rest consists of virgin polyol, additives and water. The Isocyanate we are using is MDI-based isocyanate (currently virgin). With this formulation, we can guarantee that at least ⅓ of the blanks you are using is not based on virgin fossil fuels anymore. These raw materials not only reduce the environmental impact but also maximize the performance creating a stronger and more durable board that keeps it’s flex throughout the life cycle. At the end of it’s life, we use a chemical process to liquify the foam again and turn it into the polyol needed to make new blanks!
(We are working hard on our new formulation replacing the current isocyanate with a recycled isocyanate as well which will significantly increase the recycled content in the overall blank to more than ⅔.)

How can I buy your blanks?

Professionals: You can either send us an email send us a DM on Instagram or via Facebook and we will send you the professional price list. A list of our distributors can be found here.

Non-Professionals: If you are a non-professional, and you want to shape your own surfboard, head over to our friends from VIRAL SURF. Viral has the biggest selection of surfboard building materials in Europe and you will find our blanks among the finest resins and other materials making it the most convenient way to build your surfboard.

How much is it?

It is comparable to other premium PU blanks. Our public prices for non-professional shapers can be found at Viral Surf. To get a professional price list, you can get in touch with us with your company details.

What Blank sizes do you offer?

Currently we offer six different models. Check out our catalog here. We are continuously working on introducing new models to cover a wide range of surfboard blanks.

What is your Blank density?

For the moment, we offer one standard polyurethane density that is comparable to the standard blue density of other blank manufacturers. However, we are working on a 6% lighter and a 12% lighter formulation. For more details send us a message.

What do you have in stock?

All models with standard rocker and stringer (plywood) are constantly available in moderate quantities. Custom orders (different stringers, rockers, colored glue lines or colored foam) will be produced after your order is placed. This will take up to three weeks until they get shipped to you.

What is the wooden component in the blanks?

The wooden component is an additive, and also an upcycled component, responsible for the small cell size, the very lively flex pattern and an elevated resistance against pressure dings.

Where does the color of your foam come from?

It is the natural color of the foam. It comes from the recycling components and the wood component we use!

Can I use epoxy / polyester as resin?

Yes, you can work with both resins.

Do I have to adjust my shaping process, when working with polyola?

Due to their chemistry they can be a bit more resistant while being shaped. But, generally in the way your work, polyola blanks are comparable to other polyurethane blanks on the market – that is, same tooling, same process. We try to make it as easy as possible for everyone.

Do you deliver worldwide?

Almost. We are currently setting up global availability. We will keep you updated. Get in touch with us if you want to find out more!

How much is shipping?

Shipping strongly depends on size, quantity, and destination. To ship as cost efficient as possible, each shipment is calculated according to the order. Get in touch with us and we send you a quotation for your desired shipment right away!

Are you selling surfboards?

No, we are selling material for surfboard manufacturing. If you are interested in a finished surfboard made from more sustainable polyola materials, keep an eye on the website and social media. Something great is coming your way.