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The Race range: fast and versatile.
With its new shape, this board will take you anywhere you want to go. Whether it's flat water, choppy water or waves, it goes everywhere with speed and precision.
Rectangular in shape, tapered with a sharp railing tail, it passes turbulence easily, it hooks up and reduces drag.
Equipped with a double chamber and a V-shaped hull, it will be a formidable opponent in races and secured to exceed 300m from the beach.
Funbox Pro V 12'6 x 27"5 rigid and light, an excellent race board!
You dreamed of a Race stand up paddle board without the problems of storage or transport? This is it! It has a breathtaking rigidity, a new Railing Tail system that avoids turbulence at the back of the board and brings more grip and better control. Very little row effect, the board stays on course. Perfect for sportsmen who want to push their limits as far and as long as possible. Ideal for racing, downwind, leisurely rides and sporty rides.
Woven Dropstitch fusion construction allows our Pro boards to be stiffer and lighter. This "Woven" construction avoids stretching and warping, ensuring excellent stiffness for a very light board. A construction that can be found in many other brands at prices up to three times higher. It is equipped with a removable central fin interchangeable which allows to have a good depth without hindering the folding of the Board. The reinforced inflation valve is located at the end of the board for easy inflation and deflation. On the practical side, it has a place for backpacks or waterproof bags.
Volume : 295 litres - Pression : 17 psi
Weight of the board alone with fins: 9.2 kg
Weight of the bag with the board and accessories: about 10.7 kg
// IMPORTANT INFORMATION //
Start by inflating your board to 17 PSI max and then inflate the double chamber at the front of the board. Be careful: you will need to inflate it slightly, just to get it in shape but definitely not in pressure. If you inflate it too much not only will you risk damaging it, it will also put pressure on the hull and you will lose the benefit of its V-shape.