The new Carve comes with all new shapes. Keith Teboul: “The Carve is a performance paddle board for aggressive riding.
The fuller center outline and a more pulled in nose introduce a forgiving approach into the design, allowing to come out of risky maneuvers, feet on deck, while the foam flow supports a distinctly dynamic approach. This board is for aggressive riding and will help you push your limits in the surf. The ISD (Integrated Stability Deck) provides a stable platform for ease of paddling and a comfortable ride, which in turn benefits strength and focus needed during moves on the wave. The bottom is a single to double concave through your stance and can be characterized as grippy, smooth and fast. The nose rocker has a lower entry, flowing smoothly into the paddling area and continuing into a relatively aggressive tail rocker for those quick radical transitions to the lip.”
The deck consists of a generous diamond grove Quatro pad covering both your paddling and surfing stance for added comfort, while leaving the nose and rails bare to save weight for improved performance. All boards come with a raised tail kick for added grip when riding waves.
The new Carve Pro comes with a standard handle shape, but it’s a bit smaller and not as deep, saving weight and dragging less water, while being comfortable to carry.
Available in 7’7″, 7’10», 8’0″, 8’2″, 8’4″, 8’8″ feet.
Available in Pro Light Full Sandwich construction.
Available with Futures finboxes.
Available in neon salmon on deep red.