F-One Papenoo Pro Carbon
7’3” x 27.5” – 95L
The PAPENOO models can be classified as “short SUP” with a focus on speed, acceleration and maneuverability to rip off smaller waves like never before!
The initial target was to design a board as short as possible to gain in maneuverability and agility. A rectangular outline proved the right solution to keep enough hull area and volume for stability. We have also worked with a lot of attention on the glide of these boards. The shape of PAPENOO features a genuine planning hull which is both efficient and enjoyable to ride.
11’2” x 34” – 236L
The Fly is the definitive all-round paddleboard range; having the versatility to smoothly glide across flat water, effortlessly ride small to medium sized waves, and even the option to add a sail and windsurf in light winds.
Designed to cater for all experience levels – whether you are a newbie or more experienced paddler – these classic SUP shapes will provide you with the
Jimmy Lewis Striker
9’5″ x 31 – 147L
Fins included + rail tape for extra prtection
Low nose rocker for occasional nose riding and great flat water paddling, while the tail rocker and 2+1 fin set up gives the Striker great small to medium wave performance abilities, making this a ultimate all around board! Full length deckpad for posi-traction nose riding.
Jimmy Wolrd Wide
9’3″ x 32″ – 154L
This high performance board is very accessible to any rider who wants to have maximum performance in the surf. Added width and volume makes this board very forgiving stability wise, without sacrificing performance aspects of the advanced shape. The fast, flat bottom nose entry that feeds into the single concave creating lift and speed then flowing back into the double concave through the fin area which gives the board drive through turns makes this board highly responsive and maneuverable. The wider tail block gives the board added drive and thrust while the swallow tail keeps it responsive and allows for easier, tight turning. 5 fin box set up.
The 5 fin set includes three 4.5″ fins and a back side set of 4″ fins for boards under 130 liters.
For boards 130 liters and above, the 5 fin set includes three 5.5″ fins and a back side set of 4.75″ fins.
9’2″ x 30 1/4″ – 146L
Fins included, rail tape for extra protection
GENERAL GOAL | THEME OF THE BOARD
A versatile board that covers all conditions, this board simply rips. It’s super fast, with a ton of drive down the line. Extra stable as you paddle into a wave with a crisp, sweet snap to keep you in the pocket.
WAVE TYPE ||| SIZE IT’S WORKING BEST
All wave types but it especially loves down the line waves. From Knee high up to double overhead.
MANEUVERS IT DOES BEST
Tight back foot hacks and pure down the line speed. ;
SKILL LEVEL IT’S BEST FOR
Novice to Pro.
SPEED: The parallel rails help it paddle fast.
DIRECTIONAL CONTROL: Very Good.
OVER WHITE WATER: The wide “scoop” nose, easily lifts over white-water, with solid stability.
WAVE CATCHING ABILITY: Extremely good. The straight outline plus the scoop nose helps the Speeed power into waves.
WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF WHEN YOU DESIGNED IT?
At first, I was getting requests for a parallel outline Tomo, Slate, raptor, Minion style board but I really didn’t want to go there. But the requests kept coming, so I said ok, but I’m not copying anything else, it’s going to be Bert’s version and it’s going to work. So I had to solve the issues that were common to parallel shaped boards, yet keep the aspects that made them work.…
WHAT IT POSSIBLY COMPROMISES ON THEN?
A board with more outline curve, turns easily from the middle, whereas the Speeed requires the rider to move behind the hips to unlock the real potential. Riders who surf the middle of the board will never unlock the magic.…