2010 JP Australia Slalom-Vi 132L

235 cm x 132 litres
2010 JP Australia Slalom-Vi 132L - 235 cm, 132 litres2010 JP Australia Slalom-Vi 132L - 235 cm, 132 litres2010 JP Australia Slalom-Vi 132L - 235 cm, 132 litres2010 JP Australia Slalom-Vi 132L - 235 cm, 132 litres2010 JP Australia Slalom-Vi 132L - 235 cm, 132 litres2010 JP Australia Slalom-Vi 132L - 235 cm, 132 litres
Southport QLDSouthport QLD


This board is immaculate like new and has only been sailed a few times. It's suoer quick in light breezes, and early planing for riders 80kg plus. Comes with a board bag, no fin.

Available to view Southport, Qld.

Here's the factory info from when it was launched into the market;

JP have used a combination of a double hull concave front and a flat-Vee aft. The hull provides greater control to move very quickly, even in the red zone of the rev counter!
Larger sizes have a regular Vee over the entire length. It creates lift and sensations that allow very direct planing to leave early in lighter winds - even when you're stuck in the pack!

There were major changes in the outline when this board arrived. JP tightened the curve between the foot straps and widened the rear. Thus the board is more stable (better control), plus it helps to have the feet parallel on the plate - this position is more comfortable, promising more speed.

The stability and greater control boards have increased the size of the CUT-OUT on the back, the water flow is better, the speed is higher.

Having a comfortable position is a key factor. Many riders complain of having to lift the toes to stay in the straps, and then having to deal with a certain physical fatigue of the leg. That's why JP designed the new RACE DECK.

The RACE DECK has a raised surface in the forefoot and under the toes that provides comfort and control at full speed. You easily stay connected to the deck of the board regardless of the strength of the wind. You never feel like coming out of the foot straps, and need to force lifting the toes to stay in the straps. The raised surface of the bridge is part of the board, not just a pad for the thick pads tend to make it very difficult to exit the footstrap once the feet are deeply sunken.

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Location Southport QLD
Delivery Local Pickup, or Post
Payment Direct Deposit
Make JP Australia
Model Slalom-Vi 132L
Year 2010
Volume 132 litres
Length 235 cm
Price $800
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