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Slater Designs Great White Twin Volcanic Surfboard

$1,289.00

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Slater Designs Great White Twin Volcanic Surfboard

The Slater Designs Great White Twin in I-Bolic Technology with Volcanic Lamination by Kelly Slater and Mike Woo.

What is it?

Inspired by the outline of the Great White Shark, Kelly Slater designed the ‘Great White Twin’ in I-Bolic Technology with Volcanic Lamination alongside Bali-based shaper Mike Woo. 

The Great White Twin is a high-performance groveler with the paddle and catching of a hybrid, and the on-rail performance of a shortboard.

 This fish fits in your quiver where most fish don’t - it creates speed in weak waves, controls speed in powerful waves, and excels at tight arcs in punchy pockets and quick wraps on shoulder sections.

 This design has volume hidden at center with fine rails for immediate response and quick reaction in the pocket. It has the speed of a twin fin with the immediate response of a thruster, and it's elevated tail rocker makes it magic on your backhand. 

Recommended to surf at your performance volume, or just slightly more.

What’s the backstory?

During a trip to Bali in 2020 Kelly Slater’s longtime friend Rizal Tandjung introduced him to Mike Woo, a Bali based surfboard designer with Hawaiian roots.

With years of experience designing surfboards for Balinese waves, Kelly shared an idea he’d been carrying for years - design a surfboard inspired by The Great White Shark.

Kelly and Mike opened a folder of photos Kelly had been collecting for years and they traced outlines of the sharks as seen from top and bottom, tracing surfboard shape outlines within the shark’s bodies.

After several iterations on the computer, they decided to cut the first shape.

Kelly surfed it immediately and called it perfect from the first go, ready for manufacturing in I-Bolic Technology with Volcanic Lamination.

What is Volcanic Lamination and why is it valuable?

 A sustainable lamination alternative to carbon in performance shapes, Volcanic Lamination adds enhanced response and deck durability to both I-Bolic and Helium Cores. 'Volcanic' references basalt: a naturally occurring rock that occurs from hot lava cooling after it breaks through the earth's surface. We make basalt cloth by extruding fibers from basalt rocks and then crushing and melting them into woven fabric that is vacuum bagged and laminated with bio resin.

What is I-Bolic Technology and why is it valuable?

 Firm, drivey and reassuring underfoot, I-Bolic excels at enabling drive, hold and precision. It suits powerful surfing in good waves and is a favorite of Kelly Slater and the Slater Designs team.

 I-Bolic engineering creates a core with three separate points of flex control including an I-Beam down center for unrivaled break strength, and high-density foam in both rails from nose to tail.

 

About this board:

Construction: Volcanic lamination with I-Bolic Tech (read more below)
Fin Boxes: Futures x 3 (Choose option above - Fins not included)
Tail shape: Swallow Tail
Dimensions/Litres: See size graph above

 

 Recommended Fin set 

https://www.sanbah.com/products/endorfins-by-kelly-slater-twin-2-set

 

About Volcanic Construction:

Volcanic Tech is made from Basalt Fibers Extruded from Volcanic Rocks that are crushed, melted and extruded into woven fibers that make up the cloth. The manufacture of basalt fiber requires the melting of the crushed and washed basalt rock at about 1,500 °C (2,730 °F). The molten rock is then extruded through small nozzles to produce continuous filaments of basalt fiber. Those filaments are then chopped into long stem fibers and woven into lamination cloth fiber. The cloth has similar characteristics to carbon as it relates to strength and weight however because the fibers are derived from Organic Raw materials, when combined with Bio Resins it serves as better degradable ECO alternative than using traditional carbon fiber cloth.

Basalt fiber is a relative newcomer to fiber reinforced polymers (FRPs) and structural composites. It has a similar chemical composition as glass fiber but has better strength characteristics, and unlike most glass fibers is highly resistant to alkaline, acidic and salt attack making it a good candidate for surfboard manufacturing.

Compared to carbon and aramid fiber, it has the features of wider application temperature range -452° F to 1,200° F (-269° C to +650° C), higher oxidation resistance, higher radiation resistance, higher compression strength, and higher shear strength.

 The cloth can withstand high temperatures unlike carbon fiber and as a result is heavily used the Aerospace industry in the creation of rockets and and jet engines. The elasticity characteristics of this fiber is higher than that of traditional Carbon fiber allowing the board to have more flex for a natural feel under foot.

 


About Slater Designs Surfboards:


“I’m not sure if the perfect board really exists, but I’m enjoying the freedom to collaborate with some of surfing’s most innovative shapers and designers.

It is a quest to create something different in a slightly different way that appeals to where I want to go on a wave. Discovering a new feeling under my feet, drawing a new line, or taking a completely different track on a wave is something I never stop dreaming about.

Now being able share and grow that idea with others is what keeps surfing fun for me.”

-Kelly Slater



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Slater Designs Great White Twin Volcanic Surfboard

$1,289.00

Slater Designs Great White Twin Volcanic Surfboard

The Slater Designs Great White Twin in I-Bolic Technology with Volcanic Lamination by Kelly Slater and Mike Woo.

What is it?

Inspired by the outline of the Great White Shark, Kelly Slater designed the ‘Great White Twin’ in I-Bolic Technology with Volcanic Lamination alongside Bali-based shaper Mike Woo. 

The Great White Twin is a high-performance groveler with the paddle and catching of a hybrid, and the on-rail performance of a shortboard.

 This fish fits in your quiver where most fish don’t - it creates speed in weak waves, controls speed in powerful waves, and excels at tight arcs in punchy pockets and quick wraps on shoulder sections.

 This design has volume hidden at center with fine rails for immediate response and quick reaction in the pocket. It has the speed of a twin fin with the immediate response of a thruster, and it's elevated tail rocker makes it magic on your backhand. 

Recommended to surf at your performance volume, or just slightly more.

What’s the backstory?

During a trip to Bali in 2020 Kelly Slater’s longtime friend Rizal Tandjung introduced him to Mike Woo, a Bali based surfboard designer with Hawaiian roots.

With years of experience designing surfboards for Balinese waves, Kelly shared an idea he’d been carrying for years - design a surfboard inspired by The Great White Shark.

Kelly and Mike opened a folder of photos Kelly had been collecting for years and they traced outlines of the sharks as seen from top and bottom, tracing surfboard shape outlines within the shark’s bodies.

After several iterations on the computer, they decided to cut the first shape.

Kelly surfed it immediately and called it perfect from the first go, ready for manufacturing in I-Bolic Technology with Volcanic Lamination.

What is Volcanic Lamination and why is it valuable?

 A sustainable lamination alternative to carbon in performance shapes, Volcanic Lamination adds enhanced response and deck durability to both I-Bolic and Helium Cores. 'Volcanic' references basalt: a naturally occurring rock that occurs from hot lava cooling after it breaks through the earth's surface. We make basalt cloth by extruding fibers from basalt rocks and then crushing and melting them into woven fabric that is vacuum bagged and laminated with bio resin.

What is I-Bolic Technology and why is it valuable?

 Firm, drivey and reassuring underfoot, I-Bolic excels at enabling drive, hold and precision. It suits powerful surfing in good waves and is a favorite of Kelly Slater and the Slater Designs team.

 I-Bolic engineering creates a core with three separate points of flex control including an I-Beam down center for unrivaled break strength, and high-density foam in both rails from nose to tail.

 

About this board:

Construction: Volcanic lamination with I-Bolic Tech (read more below)
Fin Boxes: Futures x 3 (Choose option above - Fins not included)
Tail shape: Swallow Tail
Dimensions/Litres: See size graph above

 

 Recommended Fin set 

https://www.sanbah.com/products/endorfins-by-kelly-slater-twin-2-set

 

About Volcanic Construction:

Volcanic Tech is made from Basalt Fibers Extruded from Volcanic Rocks that are crushed, melted and extruded into woven fibers that make up the cloth. The manufacture of basalt fiber requires the melting of the crushed and washed basalt rock at about 1,500 °C (2,730 °F). The molten rock is then extruded through small nozzles to produce continuous filaments of basalt fiber. Those filaments are then chopped into long stem fibers and woven into lamination cloth fiber. The cloth has similar characteristics to carbon as it relates to strength and weight however because the fibers are derived from Organic Raw materials, when combined with Bio Resins it serves as better degradable ECO alternative than using traditional carbon fiber cloth.

Basalt fiber is a relative newcomer to fiber reinforced polymers (FRPs) and structural composites. It has a similar chemical composition as glass fiber but has better strength characteristics, and unlike most glass fibers is highly resistant to alkaline, acidic and salt attack making it a good candidate for surfboard manufacturing.

Compared to carbon and aramid fiber, it has the features of wider application temperature range -452° F to 1,200° F (-269° C to +650° C), higher oxidation resistance, higher radiation resistance, higher compression strength, and higher shear strength.

 The cloth can withstand high temperatures unlike carbon fiber and as a result is heavily used the Aerospace industry in the creation of rockets and and jet engines. The elasticity characteristics of this fiber is higher than that of traditional Carbon fiber allowing the board to have more flex for a natural feel under foot.

 


About Slater Designs Surfboards:


“I’m not sure if the perfect board really exists, but I’m enjoying the freedom to collaborate with some of surfing’s most innovative shapers and designers.

It is a quest to create something different in a slightly different way that appeals to where I want to go on a wave. Discovering a new feeling under my feet, drawing a new line, or taking a completely different track on a wave is something I never stop dreaming about.

Now being able share and grow that idea with others is what keeps surfing fun for me.”

-Kelly Slater



Shipping & FAQ:


Australia wide postage available or local pick-up, choose at checkout. Boards in stock (see graph above) are ready to be sent & are sent out on the same day of purchase with tracking provided. Boards are safely packed in a box with layers of bubble wrap. See our shipping & FAQ tab above or visit this link: https://www.sanbah.com/pages/shipping-faq

 

 

Size

  • 5'6 x 18 3/4 x 2 3/8 - 26.3L
  • 5'7 x 19 1/16 x 2 7/16 - 27.5L
  • 5'8 x 19 3/8 x 2 1/2 - 29.0L
  • 5'9 x 19 5/8 x 2 9/16 - 30.5L
  • 5'10 x 19 15/16 x 2 5/8 - 32.0L
  • 5'11 x 20 3/16 x 2 11/16 - 34.0L
  • 6'0 x 20 1/2 x 2 13/16 - 36.0L

Fin Box

  • Futures
  • Futures - Black Stringer
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