What the Emery Surfboards site says about the Press Play:
‘This board is built for fun. Ride it super small for a performance twist or ride similar size to your shorty for an easy riding summer board, your choice.
The belly of the board has a slight double concave, drawing the water through the board and giving you your initial speed. Rolled vee through the tail with an even deeper concave on the rails, lets you to push through the board, generating more speed and allowing you to surf rail to rail. Wide surface area in the tail lets you ride out of the tricky situations or un-makable airs.
Press Play comes in a 5 fin set up, but for maximum fun, we recommend riding as a quad.’
What people are saying about it:
“The PP is a groveler meant to be ridden super short for a performance feel. Slight single / double, rolled V in the tail, deeper concave at the rails, recommended as a quad for full bang!!” – user the.surfboard.spotlight on Instagram
“The Press Play by Emery Surfboards is a fat fun board. Great ridden for a performance twist a little smaller or try it in the same length as your shorty for an easy summer rider. Wider tail gives you plenty of control and landing area for airs.” – Boardcave
“The wide plan shape and flatter rocker line of the Emery Press Play Model will keep you planing along the surface of even in the weakest waves . The double concave bottom that runs through to a decent sized vee in the tail ensures that your transitions from rail to rail will be seamless.” – Zak Surfboards
‘”The first wave I went right on, I got straight up and had so much speed to start with and it made everything feel really easy in the average waves we had.” That’s Sheldon Simkus, telling us about his new summer fun board, Press Play, shaped by Emery Surfboards.’ – Surfing Life Magazine
Here is a video we found of the Emery Surfboards Press Play:
Here are Instagram pictures we found:
Do you have videos of the Emery Surfboards Press Play in action? Share them with us!
Be updated on new reviews when you subscribe to Blinksurf