JP realized that most of us simply can‘t handle such really small, tippy boards and came up with the SURF WIDE BODY concept.
They turn really tight and are also very stable. Every slightly advanced wave SUPer can handle them – in fact he will love them.
They are short, compact shapes which are very stable and offer immediate success in the waves.
The length of the board was always the limitation when riding beach breaks and steeper sections. Therefore we worked on a board range that is very short, compact and has the ability to carve super tight turns. We kept the stability you need in mind while standing in the lineup and especially paddling your way out through the white water.
The shapes feature a flat deck, especially in the standing area.
The rails bevel off to achieve the thin rail radius every rider dreams off during radical wave rides. Even though the boards are rather wide they give you the feeling of using a “short board”.
The quad fin setup supports the radical performance. Even when the board is fully railed up you still have two fi ns driving you through the turns.
The bottom is equipped with a mono concave nose section running into a fl at V which increases towards the tail for additional rail rocker.
This board range breaks boundaries and brings everyone to the next level of wave- SUPing. Intermediate wave SUPers and experts will enjoy them alike.
Everybody who tried one wants one.
Jason Polakow originally said: "What do you want with that fat baby?“ He tried them in a small break on Maui and immediately ordered them for his personal use.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN JP SURF AND THE JP SURF WIDE BODY
The SURF line is more aimed at bigger waves while the SURF WIDE BODYs work great in smaller waves and beach breaks. Depending on the size both concepts work for intermediates to experts.
PRO – PRO Edition technology with glossy rails
RADICAL TURNS – GOOD STABILITY
We all would love to ride those 8‘0“x26“ boards with 90 liters as they turn incredibly radical. But what about paddling out and in general just standing on 90 liters without being on a wave?