Simmer release their 2014 wave range. Check out the gallery of our favourite action shots from the range, board summaries and videos from Simmer for each.
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Frugal – new short design, wide outline, super turns, works with any fin set-up.
The Frugal is a new style of waveboard, inspired from recent development in the surfing world. If you have been looking in envy at how world class surfers can adapt between different turning styles and how they can use so many different parts of the wave, the Frugal is your solution.
Flywave – good control at high speed, softer rails, works with all fin set-ups.
The Flywave boards are designed to excel in the best breaks and never limit the rider regardless of how heavy the wave is or how hard the rider charges. The number one priority with the design is to maximize mobility without any compromises in looseness, precision or control. The efficiency of the Flywave boards also means you don’t have to oversize them to get good performance in lighter winds. Yet, when more volume is required, the narrow outline of the Fly help it stay controllable and precise.
Quantum – high performance, powerful riding, snappy turns, very adaptable.
The Quantums are extremely easy, efficient and all-around wave boards with single fin-like mobility and liveliness. Loose enough to be quickly whipped around in small waves, fast enough to enable big jumps in any conditions and controllable enough to keep delivering when the wind and the waves get serious.
Freewave – speed as single fin, turning as tri fin, wide outline, narrow tail.
The Simmer Freewave is a high performance board that offers a fun and effective ride in a huge spectrum of conditions. It is equally good for blasting on a lake as for busting jumps and riding waves. The Freewave is a easy board to sail, which makes the perfect choice to get into wave sailing with. It can also be tuned to perform in more radical conditions.