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How do I choose the right bodyboard for me?

Choosing the right size bodyboard is crucial for optimal performance and comfort. We recommend checking out our bodyboard buyers guide, which provides detailed information on selecting the right size and type of board based on your height, weight, skill level, and riding style.

What size bodyboard should I get?

The size of your bodyboard should correspond to your height and weight. We offer a range of sizes, from 38 to 43 inches, so you can find the perfect fit. Check out our size chart for more guidance.

How do I catch a wave while bodyboarding?

Lie on your stomach on the board and start paddling with your arms and kicking with your fins. As the wave approaches, turn the board towards the shore and start paddling even harder. Once you feel the wave lift the board, quickly pop up onto your knees or into a standing position if you're more advanced.

What are some common mistakes to avoid while bodyboarding?

One common mistake is positioning yourself too close to shore, which can result in injuries. Another is not paddling hard enough to catch the wave. Also, be sure to keep your weight balanced on the board to avoid tipping over.

Can I stand on a bodyboard?

While standing on a bodyboard is not the traditional way, it is possible with enough skill and experience. Make sure to choose a bodyboard with at least one stringer to ensure it has the necessary strength to support your weight and prevent snapping or bending. Keep in mind that standing on a bodyboard requires excellent balance and control, so it's not recommended for beginners.

What are bodyboard leashes for?

A bodyboard leash is an essential piece of equipment that attaches your bodyboard to your wrist or arm, ensuring you won't get separated from it while out in the water. It's important to note that not all bodyboards come with a leash plug pre-installed. Be sure to check whether the board you are purchasing includes a plug or if you will need to drill a hole for it.

How do I install a leash on my bodyboard?

Visit our blog for a step-by-step installation guide here.

How do I fit the leash on my bodyboard?

After you have installed the leash, wrap it around your ankle, wrist, or bicep, depending on your preferred attachment point. Experiment with different tightness levels before using it in the water. For more details, check out our installation guide.

Why do the Morey PRO series bodyboards not come with a leash?

Our PRO series bodyboards are designed for experienced riders who have specific preferences when it comes to leash placement and leash style. These riders are accustomed to customizing their boards by placing a leash plug exactly where they want it.

By not including a leash, we allow them the flexibility to choose their preferred leash type and install it in their desired location. Many PRO riders have their preferred methods, techniques, placement for leash attachment, and this customization gives them the freedom to optimize their equipment based on their riding style and personal preferences.

I want to purchase a Morey PRO series bodyboard, but I'm unsure about installing the leash plug myself. What should I do?

We understand that installing a leash plug can be intimidating for some riders. If you need assistance with installing a leash
plug on your Morey PRO series bodyboard, we recommend the following options:

 - Visit our blog for a step-by-step installation guide on how to do it yourself.
It will walk you through the process and provide helpful tips to ensure a safe and successful installation.

 - Seek assistance from a local surf shop: If you prefer professional assistance or lack the necessary tools, we recommend visiting a local surf shop. Surf shops often offer services for installing leash plugs and have experienced staff who can help you with the process. They will ensure that the leash plug is installed correctly and securely.

Why do the Morey Progressive Series bodyboards come with a leash when the more expensive Pro Series do not?

The Progressive Series is designed for entry-level to intermediate riders, often young kids who are starting out in the sport. We understand that beginners may not have the knowledge or experience to install a leash plug themselves. To ensure the safety and convenience of these riders, our Progressive Series bodyboards come with a leash plug pre-installed.

Additionally, we include a basic coil leash with a wrist attachment, making it easy for beginners to start bodyboarding right away without worrying about additional equipment or installations.

How do I take care of my bodyboard?

To keep your bodyboard in top condition, we recommend rinsing it with fresh water after each use and storing it in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposing your board to extreme heat or direct sunlight for extended periods of time. 

How do I fix a bubble on my bodyboard?

First, clean and dry your board. Then, use a razor blade to cut an X shape through the bubble, and shave any raised foam. Apply hot glue underneath the cut area, press the flaps back into place, and weigh it down to dry. Sand any imperfections. Always repair any damage to your board as soon as possible to prevent further deterioration from saltwater.

Do you offer warranties on your products?

Yes, we offer a limited warranty on all of our products. For more information on our warranty policy, please check our website or contact our customer service team.

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