Bom Dia

Bom Dia (Good Morning), a collaboration between Matt Parker and Victor Bernardo.

Bom Dia

The Bom Dia combines the performance of a modern shortboard with the paddle and speed of an alternative board. With a narrow outline and asymmetrical tail, it rolls rail to rail instantly, while maintaining speed, making it very user friendly.


The Bom Dia was originally designed for Kelly Slater to surf in the STAB Electric Acid Surfboard Test. With a perfect opportunity to showcase the capability of asymmetrical surfboards, Matt developed what was originally referred to as the GOAT. As Victor Bernardo began riding our boards, Matt took the opportunity to refine this design with him into what is now formally referred to as Bom Dia. 


The Bom Dia is an alternative performance board that is meant to be ridden as well as you can surf. Unlike most alternative boards, the Bom Dia doesn’t need much width as it generates speed efficiently and planes right off the bat. With a narrow outline and asymmetrical tail, it rolls rail to rail instantly, making it very user friendly. Strong paddler that carries speed through turns. Sized similar to an Insanity, slightly shorter with more volume than a performance board.

Bom Dia Stock Dimensions

5'6" x 18.25" x 2.28" 26.6 liters
5’7” x 18.5” x 2.32” 27.5 liters
5’8” x 18.75” x 2.35” 28.8 liters
5’9” x 19” x 2.38” 29.8 liters
5’10” x 19.25” x 2.42” 31.4 liters
5'11” x 19.38” x 2.44” 32.2 liters
6'0” x 19.5” x 2.48” 33.4 liters
6’1” x 19.68” x 2.5” 34.3 liters
6'2” x 19.75” x 2.54” 35.7 liters
6’3” x 19.75” x 2.63” 37.1 liters
6'4” x 20” x 2.63” 37.5 liters


Applying these concepts to new designs has allowed the Bom Dia to take on different forms, each of which offering a new feeling.

The Details

Fin Placement

Asymmetrically placed fin boxes, creating an all wheel drive sensation under your foot. Fin cluster designed around the mechanics of your foot. The heel side trailer is placed more towards the center of the board, aligning with the hinge point of your ankle and pivot point of the tail. The toe side boxes are straighter, closer to the rail and placed closer together, acting as more of a split twin. This offers more control on your backside and allows you to push harder on your frontside.

Rocker Profile

Relaxed entry rocker for a performance board with a subtle curve throughout and extra rocker in the exit. Relaxed entry gives more surface area under your chest for paddling and down the line speed. Extra exit rocker allows for more critical surfing by letting the board fit in steeper sections of the wave.

Deck Profile

Hidden foam in the center and under the chest, dispersing evenly towards the beak nose and tapering quickly into a modern rail. The fuller deck profile on a performance board gives it extra paddle without sacrificing performance and allows the board to carry momentum.

Bottom Contour

Deep single concave under the front foot, transitioning into a slight double through the fins and vee off the tail, otherwise known as a spiral vee. The modern bottom generates speed, helps the board roll rail to rail and drive off your back foot.