The hoverboard would be a long, sleek, light, metal board with two strong but small fans underneath for power and another one on the end for propulsion. I would be about 3 feet in length, 5 in. in width, and about 4 cm. in height. The metal board would be in the shape of a skateboard but a little longer and wider. It should probably weigh about 2.5 pounds without the fans on the board. The fans will be constructed out of a tough metal that is durable and wrapped in a case made of the same metal. There will be a grate over the top of the casing as to prevent accidents and each fan will be wired up to a solar panel on the top of the board for battery life. The wires will run through the board and be covered in a waterproof tape of some kind that is weather proof and tough. The solar panels will be coated in a sheet of plastic wrap sort of stuff as to not get dirty and the plastic wrap stuff will be weatherproof. The fans on the bottom will be blowing out 25 mph wind currents as to propel someone into the air. The fans on the bottom should weigh about 2.5 pounds each. The fan on the back will be the same as the others except it will have a speed dial that is detachable as to connect to the wrist in a watch kind of way. The dial will have up to fifty miles per hour and a power switch that slowly turns off the fans to bring it to a stop. The fan on the back will weigh about 3 pounds. The solar panels should weigh about 2 pounds each. The fans will be kind of flat and have cushions on the sides on the bottom as to not break when stopping. The fans on the bottom will propel upwards about 4 or 5 ft. The whole hoverboard will weigh about ten pounds. The sides will also have very light metal handles that you can hold onto for tight turns and low hanging things. The hoverboard will also have grip tape that is just black so that you can customize your board with different colors of grip tape.