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Yes, that is an option for you. If you would like to pick up your order at Will Call, you order will be ready the next business day at the address below:

7441 Vincent Circle, Huntington Beach, CA 92648

Domestic Orders

Domestic orders will be shipped within 1-2 business days of order and will arrive within 3-5 business days of being picked up by carrier.

International Orders

At this time, international orders will be delivered 9-11 days after order date. Subject to change.

*All of these are estimates and are subject to change. Formula Fun is not liable for inaccurate quotes.

Volume is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a surfboard. Your body weight, fitness, skill level as well as the type of waves you want to ride will ultimately determine how much, or how little volume you need.

Higher volume boards paddle easier, are more buoyant and stable, and therefore are better for beginners and older surfers. Lower volume boards turn faster and with less effort, however they’re not as stable and require more effort to catch waves. For these reasons they’re better for experienced and younger surfers.

As a general rule, a beginner should be riding the equivalent of 100% of their body weight in volume. I.e. A beginner weighing 80kg should be riding a surfboard around 80 litres in volume. Alternatively, an experienced surfer can ride a surfboard that’s 35% - 40% of their body weight in volume.
This formula varies depending on wave conditions, age and how often you surf. To find the surfboard volume to suit you, select your skill level and enter your weight. NB: These volumes should be used as a guide only.

 Skill Levels

New to surfing. Just started to paddle onto small broken waves. You don’t catch every wave you go for but can occasionally jump to your feet and ride to the shore.

Paddling into the line-up and onto small unbroken waves unassisted. You catch most waves you go for and can ride along waves while performing simple direction changes.

Surfing 1 - 2 times per week and/or approximately 5 years of experience. You catch nearly all waves you paddle for and can ride small-to-medium size waves and complete fundamental manoeuvres such as cutbacks and top turns.

Surfing 2 – 3 times per week and/or approximately 10 years of experience. Riding most types of waves and performing a range of different manoeuvres with confidence.

Surfing 3+ times per week with over 10 years of experience. Riding all types of waves and performing committed turns in critical parts of the wave.

Yes, we will be working on new sizes and designs to make sure everybody has a board to ride! Keep an eye on our website or instagram for updates.

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We recommend applying Super 77 adhesive to both the board and sticky side of deckpad. Another method is using a hairdryer on both the board and sticky side of the deckpad to catalyze the adhesive again. If neither of these work, shoot us an email at

At this time, we will recycle any Formula Fun board when it hits the end of it's lifetime. We will recycle it fully assembled or broken. Once mailed in or dropped off you will receive $50 OFF your next Formula Fun board purchase. See more details on Recycling Loyalty Program page.

Yes, every order comes with a twin fin set of Futures F6 fins. The Futures fin boxes allow you to interchange any twin Futures fins.