Cabrinha Secret Weapon Kite Surfboard 2015
The Cabrinha Secret Weapon is a modern spin on a retro-surf design. The rounded nose and wide tail make this surfboard extremely friendly to ride in real world conditions.
5’2” x 19.7” x 1.9”
5’6” x 19.7” x 2”
5’10” x 20.8” x 2.3”
It is fast and lively on waves of any size. The aggressive swallow tail and quad fin configuration gives this board its edge and attitude. The Secret Weapon is excellent at making the most out of sub-par wind and surf conditions. Even when the surf is flat, the Secret Weapon becomes the ideal board to throw down your freestyle game.
Ideal for riders who surf in various conditions and also need a board for flat water freestyle tricks.
Why You’ll Love It
- Excellent surf / freestyle design
- Single to double concave bottom
- Wide bottom surface area for early planing and lively feel in surf
- Quad fin drive
- Custom cut hex pod pads
Basalt is a natural volcanic fiber which offers vibration resistance and durability while maintaining a high strength to weight ratio. Naturally produced absent of toxic additives. The combination of wood core, with basalt laminate provides a flex characteristic which is unique to Cabrinha.
Bamboo + Cork Construction
All 2015 surfboards are constructed with our ultra durable Basalt + Cork sandwich layup. The basalt sandwich construction features a super light (200gsm?) EPS core and basalt reinforcement layer on both the top and bottom of the board.
Strategically placed hex shaped pods of EVA cover only the most crucial section of the board to allow easy repositioning of your feet. The hex pads are hollow to reduce weight.
Surfboards - Designed by Pete Cabrinha
This season we offer an all new range of surfboards to cover a much wider range of conditions. The most important changes have been made in the areas of width, volume, and construction. Wider widths and higher volumes have been implemented in the area most needed. Each board in the range is very different from the other which presents a completely different surfing or freestyle experience with each model.
Length is the first place to start when choosing a board. A general rule for choosing a kite board is to ride a board which is approximately 2-3 inches smaller than your height.
Width of a board helps determine the volume as well as how much curve the board’s outline will have. Wider boards generally have more curve (as well as more volume). Wider boards are lively under your feet, especially in lighter winds or smaller waves.
Volume is an important factor when choosing a board. Volume is made up of a combination of length, width, and the board’s thickness. Volume is an important element, especially in lighter winds and smaller waves. However, when the wind is strong and the waves are bigger, too much volume will work against you.