Bing Wetsuits and New Board Models: Concave Keel and Bing Foil 2017

September 06, 2017

PHOTOS: BRYAN TIMM

Our Employees Actually Surf.

Our employees are not limited to working in the factory in Encinitas, CA. Actually going surfing is a necessity for us to test our boards, wetsuits, and surf gear, allowing us to gather valuable feedback so we can improve our designs before we offer them to you.

Introducing Bing Wetsuits!

Not only do we need feedback about our surfboards, we also count on our crew to give us feedback on any product we make. Bing Surfboards is stoked to be offering our new wetsuit line! We have worked closely with our crew in Japan that hand crafts our wetsuits one at a time. Bing Wetsuits are made with high quality Japanese rubber, built with style and function in mind. Of course, they are extremely warm and flexible! Adam Cap and Mick Rodgers have given our design team feedback and suggestions for improvement before production. You can find a full selection of Bing Wetsuits at our shop in Encinitas, and on bingsurf.com.

New Shapes In The Water

Two new shapes recently added to our board catalog are the Bing Concave Keel and the Bing Foil 2017. Bing Warehouse Manager, Adam Cap and Bing rider, Mick Rodgers have put some quality time in the water testing both. Their feedback has helped Matt Calvani to fine tune these amazing new shapes. If you are interested in trying the Bing Concave Keel, we have a full line up of demo models available to ride at our shop in Encinitas, CA.

Warehouse Manager Adam Cap, laying into a clean beach break wall on the Bing Concave Keel, wearing the new Bing 'Falcon' Longsleeve Wetsuit. Photo: @_bryantimm 
Warehouse Manager Adam Cap, laying into a clean beach break wall on the Bing Concave Keel, wearing the new Bing ‘Falcon’ Longsleeve Wetsuit. Photo: @_bryantimm 
Speed and flow. The Bing Concave Keel has no problem gaining speed in any part of the wave. Adam Cap demonstrating how it's done on the high line. Photo: @_bryantimm 
Speed and flow. The Bing Concave Keel has no problem gaining speed in any part of the wave. Adam Cap demonstrating how it’s done on the high line. Photo: @_bryantimm 
Slashing! Taking all the speed gained into a power turn, Adam let's the Concave Keel rail do it's thing. Photo: @_bryantimm 
Slashing! Taking all the speed gained into a power turn, Adam let’s the Concave Keel rail do it’s thing. Photo: @_bryantimm 
Bing Rider Mick Rodgers, driving on the new Bing Foil 2017 wearing the Bing 'Eagle' Long John Wetsuit. Photo: @_bryantimm 
Bing Rider Mick Rodgers, driving on the new Bing Foil 2017 wearing the Bing ‘Eagle’ Long John Wetsuit. Photo: @_bryantimm 

Bing Fullsuits Coming Soon!

The winter months in North America are upon us soon. We are currently in the process of producing a new Bing Full Suit, hand assembled in Japan to keep you styled and warm during the cold water months.  Sign up for our newsletter to be notified as soon as they are available!



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