12’6″ COMP CARBON
FAST & STIFF
The Epic Touring Series boards are Hand Shaped SUP’s utilizing our Epoxy Sandwich Vacuum Construction (ESVC). These boards are built with various top layers and available with either Fibreglass or Bamboo in the Sandwich. We start with an EPS foam blank and shape it with a unique negative nose angle design. This progressive shape helps cut through wind chop and gives the paddler a huge advantage in directional stability. The board lay-up starts with three layers on the top and an extra fourth layer is added to the standing zone, wrapping over the rails for added protection and strength. We only use two layers of glass on the bottom to keep the board as light as possible. Once you have paddled a KAHUNA Epic Touring Series board you will notice the details we have engineered into this board!The Comp is a “Race Oriented” design for those that want to go fast and straight. The “Displacement Hull” with a negative nose angle cuts through choppy water with ease.
Package Includes: Board, Bag, Fin, Leash, 2 Piece Carbon Paddle
Size: 12’6” x 30” x 6”
Construction: Epoxy Sandwich
total Capacity: Up to 250 lbs
Weight: 27 lbs
11″ FIN Fibreglass race fin
RIDGED DECK LINE Increases bow strength and helps shed water
DROP DECK Reduces board volume for added feel
3K CARBON STANDING ZONE Strong, stiff and more impact resistent
COFFIN BOARD BAG Coffin style board bag for protection and easy storage
VACUUM MOLDED Epoxy sandwich vacuum construction (ESVC)
GORE-TEX Vent valve
FIN THUMBSCREW No screwdriver needed
DECK TIE-DOWNS For securing cargo
1 PC FULL CARBON PADDLE Our lightest paddle, fully customizable
All KAHUNA EPIC SERIES models are hand shaped and use an Epoxy Sandwich Vacuum Construction (ESVC). The foam blank is wrapped with 2 full layers of fiberglass cloth on the top & bottom. A 3rd layer is added to the top of the board and is sandwiched with 3k Carbon.
For overall strength and durability, the standing zone has an additional top layer of fiberglass cloth wrapping over the deck extending to the underside of the board. The board is then vacuum bagged for perfect consistency producing a strong epoxy sandwich.