KOROYD TIP & TAIL
Sections of thermally welded Co-Polymer Tubes provide a lighter, more responsive ride with more strength and flex than a full wood core.
ATOMIC WOOD CORE
Sustainably grown Paulownia gives the lively, springy character that Slingshot boards are famous for. Vertically laminated construction harnesses the collective strength of the wood’s grain and provides strength, durability and consistent flex over the life of the board.
SINGLESHOT FUSION SIDEWALL
We’ve transferred the same technology found in high durometer urethane skateboard wheels into the rail of all our boards. Our innovative manufacturing process literally infuses the rail into the board cores in one single shot, producing unrivaled dampening and durability.
CARBON BEDROCK INSERTS
Light, flexible and durable inserts that maintain the board’s flex underfoot for a consistent feel from tip to tail.
NACA TECH CHANNELS
Precision laser cut parabolic channels direct water like a vacuum from the middle of the board through the tail. This directed water accelerates through the channel and increases the board speed and grip to the water. This provides the rider with better board speed and traction when riding.
Provides smooth tracking and effortless upwind performance.
DURA LIGHT BASE
This .2mm base material is the ideal strength to weight ratio. Lightweight performance in a strong and durable package.
A smooth, consistent curve provides a fast ride, predictable pop, great carving performance and disperses water for soften landings.
SUSTAINABLY SOURCED WOOD
Our wood providers are Forest Stewardship Council approved ensuring that products come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. These standards expand protection of water quality, prohibit harvest of rare old-growth forest, prevent loss of natural forest cover and prohibit the use of highly hazardous chemicals. This approval also protects customary rights of indigenous people, ensuring their voices are part of the certification process and impacts of forest operations are addressed.