YOGA OR FLATWATER Cruise
DESIGNED AND CRAFTED FOR STABILITY
Vanhunks Soft Top is an entry-level board, designed for flat water,yoga,cruising and small surf. The design features a soft top and a slick bottom construction. The deck area provides superior grip to ensure mastering this board in no time. The soft, smooth bottom and flex fins provide safety to the rider and other people in the water. You will not win the Big Wave competition with this board, but you will have hours of endless fun. The ideal board for beginners, schools, hotels, rivers and lakes. The perfect family travel companion.
XPE SOFT Sup
Ideally suited for paddling on lakes and flat water. However, the Vanhunks Soft SUP is also loads of fun in small surf. The relaxed rocker allows the board to make smooth directional changes with minimal effort.
The Vanhunks Soft SUP provides the ultimate in stand-up-paddleboard fun and safety for the first-time riders through to paddle enthusiasts.
With an emphasis on keeping you safe and durability, the Vanhunks SUP has an XPE deck and a soft HDPE slick skin on the bottom. Tough enough to take a beating, yet is soft enough to keep the rider safe in the event of impact.
The secret to the performance of the Vanhunks entry-level SUP lies within the core. Plywood stringers maintain the boards stiffness and structural integrity and allow the rider to accelerate quickly with only a few strokes. The generous amount of volume and width make this SUP incredibly buoyant, stable and very comfortable paddle.
Stand up paddle boarding starts with the Vanhunks soft SUP.
The squash tail is a commonly used tail shape on modern surfboards. The design allows for a stable board, and a manoeuvrable ride, suitable for both small and overhead waves.
EPS-Foam Is lightweight beaded foam used in the production of epoxy surfboards. We use only the best EPS density foam for the core of our boards. The EPS foam forms the core of the board and then wrapped inside the epoxy sandwich construction.
High-Density Polyethylene has a high strength-to-density ratio.