A fish is a short, stumpy board for riding small waves.
Eggs look like stubby, rounded, hybrid longboards. Common in smaller surf, these boards about having fun, not so much about performance and tricks. Eggs are a good choice for beginning surfers, because their width makes them pretty stable (read: easier to stand up!) and they work great on small waves.
These are the most traditional and common blanks available in the world. Polyurethane blanks were the type of foam Clark Foam manufactured before they went out of business. Here you will find all sizes and shapes of Surfboard blanks made from Polyurethane foam manufactured by Arctic Foam and Millennium Foam.
All of the polyurethane blanks are molded to a crude form of a surfboard and need some shaping.
These EPS (expanded polystyrene) foam blanks are molded just like the traditional PU blanks. EPS foam can only be glassed with Epoxy resin, if Polyester resin is used it will destroy the EPS foam. The blanks are manufactured by Marko Foam (EPS).
Since these EPS molded blanks are molded they have the rocker and thicknesses molded into them, they need less work than the billeted blanks to finish out.