12' 6" Mako Comp
For The Competitor In All Of Us
The COMP is a race-oriented design for those that want to go fast and straight. This displacement hull is designed with a negative nose angle which cuts through choppy water with ease. Utilizing a brushed carbon lay-up this board weighs in at approximately 24lbs! Crazy light, yet crazy stiff for a board measuring 12’6”! This is possible thanks to the Full 3K Carbon Epoxy Sandwich Vacuum Construction (ESVC). For 2017, we have removed the balsa stringer, used a lighter EPS foam core and reshaped the nose and deck. The COMP is designed for versatility with loads of volume making it an ultimate gliding machine. At 30" wide, the COMP has great stability without compromising any performance. Compete if you desire, go for long tours, or just pass your buddies with ease on your local lake. On top of all the performance features of the board, our price includes a 1-piece full carbon paddle, bag, fin and leash. Making it very tough to beat a COMP on or off the water!
Package Includes: 1 Piece Full Carbon Paddle, Board & Bag.
Size: 12'6" x 30" x 6"
Construction: Full Carbon Bi-Axle Glass & EPVS Core
Total Capacity: Up to 275 lbs
Board Weight: 24 lbs
Raked back to cut through the chop.
RIDGED DECK LINE
In Front Of The Standing Zone So There Is Less Volume Making The Board Easier To Maneuver.
Reduces Volume For Added Feel.
for those long trek’s.
fibreglass race Fin.
3K CARBON STANDING ZONE
stiffer, more impact resistent & reactive.
no screwdriver needed.
COFFIN BOARD BAG
coffin style board bag for easy access and storage with an additional handle on the bag.
1-piece Carbon Paddle.
The MAKO series is built with a 3K carbon fiber overlay material instead of a traditional fiberglass cloth. The 3K carbon fiber is stiffer and lighter than fiberglass resulting in a quicker more responsive board. For additional board strength, a bamboo veneer top and bottom layer is placed over the EPS core. The board is then wrapped with biaxial carbon fiberglass cloth and another layer of 3K carbon for the entire standing zone. Once all the layers are set up by hand, the board is vacuum bagged. The vacuum bag process results in consistent curing and evenly distributed resins throughout the overlapping layers. The MAKO series boards have a unique, one of a kind brushed look, with strong, stiff construction to make these boards true performers on he water.