It's basic and low cost. The rollers on the Corrom's balance board sink into the tracks attached to the board for a side-to-side motion. It's made of hardwood and is durable.
This board is a great entry board into balance boards for those 13 years of age and up. It can help develop balance skill and core strength are needed for beginner surfers.
This board is for those want to add a little challenge to their balance board training. It's made of solid wood and has grip tape on the deck. It also has edges (roller stops) under that board to keep you on top of the roller.
URBNFit's Roller Board looks like a fun challenge for those with already a base of balance. It's more versatile than other boards of similar cost. This looks like a winning balance board for surfes.
This round balance board (a wobble board) is classic balance board. It's not shaped like a mini surfboard, but is still works a lot of the muscles that are used for surfing. This is a great daily use balance board.
It's not fancy, but this board will help you develop critical skills need for surfing. This is a great balance board to add to your surfboard training.
This balance board has similar construction as the URBNFit's Balance Board.
It's like URBNFit's Balance Board, but cheaper and and comes in more colors.
This is premium balance boards and one of the best balance boards for surfing we have come across. It doesn't mark up floors like other boards that use grip tape and has a weight limit of 400 lbs. This is a serious balance board.
It's lightweight, durable, challenging and doesn't scratch floors. For the intermediate balance board surfer, this is a good choice.