Sabong 141

 15,000.00

“For aggressive , competitive riders”

The design geometry features a stepped deck profile that provides stiffness and strength in target areas of the board. The wide center concave and outside channels are purposed performance shapes for enhancing the Sabong's grip and glide on the water. The main center concave in the tips combined with the deep tip side channels offer superior control of the board without the need of fins! The mid section of the rail has a slightly rounded shape that tapers out to square on the tips. This feature sits the board down in the water for increased load into air tricks and adds confidence on the obstacles. On metal, plastic, or water our HD Structured Base rules. All the materials we use to create these decks are of the highest quality available. The SABONG is the best choice for a true all around cable rat and the aggressive rider looking to up their game!


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Size

141

Specs

Size Length Width Rocker Stance Rider range
137 137cm
53.9″
42.4cm
16.7″
63mm
2.5″
55.8cm – 67.3cm
22″-26.5″
31-75 kilos
70-165lbs
141 141cm
55.5″
43.2cm
17″
66mm
2.6″
55.8cm – 67.3cm
22″-26.5″
61-93 kilos
135-205lbs
145 145cm
57″
43.75cm
17.25″
72mm
2.8″
55.8cm – 67.3cm
22″-26.5″
75-106 kilos
165-235lbs

Solid Wood Core

Engineered solid wood core:

Vertically laminated wood. The wood pieces that make up the core are assembled side by side and glued. every piece is checked for quality and direction of grain.

The Sabong core is engineered to flex, but the flex is controlled. Our thickness taper is pronounced and adjusted for performance characteristics that are desired in every area of the board. Having the thickest point of the core between the riders feet reduces reverse flex while grinding rails. This also focuses the greatest amount of flex from the bindings to the tips…. where it should be. This core is made to take any punishment and come out on top! One huge bonus is our unique thickness taper spreads out the shock of impact when hitting features. Long live your Sabong!