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Molokai 17'10'' x 24.5"

 
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Molokai 17'10'' x 24.5"

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This is the exact same board that Travis Grant won the 2015 Molokai to Oahu Ocean Race on. This board is developed for long distance open water racing and down-winding. The balanced rocker is designed to save your energy by gliding fast on flat-water and maintaining momentum between the bumps. The slight lift in the nose, and the pulled in tail gives extra comfort and control in high wind and large swell conditions.

Equipped with an optional steering system, this board will keep the perfect direction regardless of wind or swell, ensuring you are always in control and in tune with the conditions. Available in two widths this is the first production board to have ever won the coveted Molokai to Oahu Ocean Race. The NSP Molokai boards are designed by Alain Teurquetil and shaped by Dale Chapman. *Boards can be ordered with left or right foot operated, carbon and spectra steering system


Features

100% Carbon deck and bottom
100% Carbon double wrapped rails
PVC reinforced standing area and fin box
Carbon reinforced fin box
Gortex valves
Matt race finish
Thermoform EVA pads (4mm)
Light weight race handles
100% Carbon Innegra tail rail

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