Sunova Flatwater Faast Pro
The Sunova Flatwater Faast Pro SUP board is exactly what its name suggests, with an incredibly fast and stable design.
If you are looking for an extremely fast flatwater board with maximum glide and stability this is the one for you With a deep concave bottom, this board is ridiculously stable and agile, which means it allows for a very narrow width, making it super fast.
If you are looking for a fast board on the water, this is the Faast for you.
If you are looking for an extremely fast flatwater board with maximum glide and stability this is the one for you
- 14’0″ x 23″ x 9 3/4″ @270L
- 14’0″ x 24″ x 9 3/4″ @282L
About the Table
- GENERAL OBJECTIVE/ABOUT THE TABLE
A no compromise flatwater racing board.
- CONDITIONS ITS WORKING BEST
- SKILL LEVEL ITS BEST FOR
Novice to Pro. Just choose width accordingly.
- ROWING POWER
SPEED: Amazing straight line speed due to low rocker and outline.
- DIRECTIONAL CONTROL: Above average.
- OVER WHITE WATER: Average.
- WAVE CATCHING CAPABILITY: Not as surfable as other boards in the same category.
- WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF WHEN YOU DESIGNED IT?
I wanted a board with maximum glide that sliced through the water. Designed to be stable enough to ride super slim and still manageable when you need to pivot. Every part of this table has been based on achieving exactly these things.
- WHAT IT POSSIBLY COMPROMISES ON THEN?
Not an ideal board for the ocean or down winding due to its minimal rocker.
Skinny slicing nose and wider tail. Nose outline very thin with tail wide enough to make turns. Very skinny nose outline with the tail still wide enough for kick turns.
Hard round rails through most of the board. Fairly hard rails to keep width and stability but soft enough not to grab hold of any side chop of other boards wash.
Minimalist stillwater rocker. To achieve maximum glide we have used as little rocker as possible while still keeping a clean almost planning style release from the tail.
Deep single concave. his improves stability and enables you to ride a narrower board versus a flat bottom.
Dugout to keep paddlers closer to the water for stability and power.
Single. For maximum straight line speed.