Outdoor Games
Outdoor Games

Boogie Boards

Hit the beach this summer and take on the waves with a fresh new boogie board. Whether you call it a boogieboard or a bodyboard, the excitement experienced is undebatable. First developed by Tom Morey in the 1970Æs, the sport has continued to spread joy across the globe. It doesnÆt matter if your chasing big waves and barrels, or white water at the beach, boogie boarding is a great way to enjoy the water.

With the advancements in bodyboard designs, you don't want to be using an old board that doesnÆt glide through the water. At Sports Unlimited, we've got a great selection of boards from all the top brands in the industry. You'll find boogie boards for all ages from Body Glove, Morey, Wave Rebel, Wham-O and more. With our custom body board boxes, you'll receive your board in perfect condition.

Don't lose your boogie board in the waves! Check out our selection of bodyboard leashes and other accessories. If you're in to skimboarding, then be sure to check out our skimboard selection. We have quality fiberglass and wood constructed boards ranging in size and weight for different riders. Get outside and enjoy the summer with water sports from Sports Unlimited.

Q & A
By charles smithen from PALM BEACH FLORIDA on January 7, 2015
By Customer Service on January 8, 2015

Neither is better or worse. Some advanced boogie boarders use bicep leashes to keep the leash out of the way while arm paddling, but most people find the wrist leash to feel more comfortable and natural. It is really just a personal preference.

By Michael from New Orleans/Costa Rica on February 1, 2015
I am 5'8" tall and weight 160 #, what length boogie board should I buy?
By Customer Service on February 2, 2015

According to the size chart, based on your height and weight, you would need a 41-41.5" board. Some riders have a personal preference for a longer or shorter board, so this is just a general sizing guideline.

By Art Fox from alexandria, VA on August 22, 2014
What is the difference between a boogie board and a body board?
By Customer Service on August 26, 2014

They are the same thing. Different manufacturers or people in different areas use different terms, but the product is the same.