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The Curl Pro is hand shaped in Portugal using our innovative CFT construction. It delivers the distinctive surf feel and buoyancy of a true surfboard. We optimized the construction for kite-powered riding.
Curl Pro V3
Pads and Finns not included
5 ́7 x 17 5/8 x 2 - 24.3 Ltr 5 ́10 x 19 x 2 1⁄4 - 27 Ltr
/ PERFORMANCE Features
● Pro-performance shortboard for aggressive hacks and smooth carves
● CFT construction with eco-friendly resin for a pure surf feel
● Carbon stringer and reinforcements for responsive flex and durability
● Single concave bottom to generate speed and dynamic drive
● Hand shaped, ideal for riding medium to big waves / 2021 Changes
● More tail rocker for snappy turns
● slightly more volume for more drive
● New UV resistant resign for long lasting white appearance
● ECO friendly resign
● Overall: bit more volume and even more surf ability
● New packaging with 90 % decrease of plastic
/ DESIGN Vision
The Curl Pro is a high-performance shortboard featuring our innovative Carbon Flex Technology (CFT) with a medium-density PU-core, an integrated Innegra/carbon vector grid, and a carbon stringer. It provides the distinctive flex and surf feel of a glassed surfboard while being much more durable. The single concave bottom adds stability while generating more speed. We added more tail rocker to the squash tail, making snappy turns and aggressive hacks more accessible. We also increased the board's volume slightly for more speed and maneuverability. Long flowing carves come naturally to the Curl Pro. Shaped by hand in Portugal, we switched to an eco-friendly and UV-resistant resin. We also got rid of 90 % of plastic in our packaging. The Curl Pro is excellent in small surf but becomes incredible in punchy mid- to large-sized waves. It takes you as far as you are willing to push.
/ DESIGNER Quote
The Curl Pro is a professional shortboard, delivering exceptional performance in dynamic rail-to-rail surfing, perfect for aggressive maneuvers and smooths carving.
– Peter Stiewe