The ALL NEW V12 (Gen3)

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After 5 years of feedback, we re-designed our top of the line downwind ski, the Epic V12 – now in its’ 3rd generation.

The all-new third generation V12 is designed to be the ultimate downwind machine for advanced to elite level paddlers. The updated design has more rocker, a more responsive rudder position, and incorporates the very popular V11 cockpit all with more stability than the V14. The slightly shorter length in the Gen 3 V12 allows the ski to turn on a dime and not miss a beat. 

After testing several prototypes in locations around the world, we feel this is the best surfski for elite, open-water paddling, especially in big downwinds. The ski is designed to surf runs for longer and pop up quicker at the bottom of a run- ensuring more momentum. The V12 is faster than the V10 on flat water and is a good choice for those looking to move up. Highly skilled elite level paddlers with perfect stability skills will find the V14 slightly faster on flat water. But as soon as the wind and waves pick up the new V12 will be their weapon of choice

The V12 includes the same great outfitting features as the previous V12, including the patented Epic bailer.

The cockpit will accommodate paddlers from 5’4” to 6’6” tall

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SPECIFICATIONS

 

Length: 20'4" (6.2 m)
Width: 16.9" (43 cm)
Depth: 13.6" (34.6 cm)
Capacity: 290 lbs (130 kg)

Paddler Fit: 5'4" to 6'6"

 

CONSTRUCTION OPTIONS

Ultra

26.5 lbs (12 kg) $4,495

  • Nomex honeycomb core

  • A Composite hybrid of Kevlar fabric, carbon fiber and fiberglass

  • Vacuum bagged, heat-cured epoxy

  • Red bow & stern

 

Elite

23 lbs (10.4 kg) $5,095

  • Nomex honeycomb core

  • 3K carbon fiber laminate

  • Vacuum bagged, heat-cured epoxy

  • Black gel coat with white bow, stern and cockpit

  • light cosmetic imperfections should therefore be expected in the finish of the Elite layup boats.