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Funkshen Joe Clarke D12 PP Bodyboard.
Joe rides in total style and his shape reflects exactly that. Taking the best from the best over the last couple years the man has spent surf after surf refining his shape to what it is now. The Joe Clarke D12-PP offers a little bit of flex compared to standard PP allowing for maximum control and durability.
Core: D12 (D12 PP is a lightweight durable Polypropylene offering the rider more flex and recoil. Manufactured as a 1.2LB density, the 100% waterproof core is ideal for the rider looking for a high performance bodyboard with additional flex. D12 is also ideal for colder waters)
Stringer: Single Carbon Fibre Stringer (A bodyboard with 1x Carbon Fibre Stringer utilises a Carbon Fiber rod running through the centre of the board to add longevity by improving stiffness and recoil while also greatly increasing the ability for projection. The single stringer also enhances performance and control. The use of Carbon Fibre ensures no additional weight is added to the board.)
Deck: Cellu-cushion 8lb PE Deck (8lb Polyethylene is the most superior form of deck skin for any bodyboard offering sufficient strength to ensure a longer lasting board.
Slick: HDPE Slick (A hardened slick material that is durable and fast, yet still super responsive)
Rails: 55/45 Chine Double Rails (A rail design enabling a comfortable grip for holding the rails of the board when riding).
Channels: Yes (2 channels on the bottom of the board located at the tail to ensure stability and control on the face of the wave)
Tail: Clipped Crescent Tail (Provides superior control and hold on the wave face while also allowing for ease of rail to rail transitions and release from carves and spins.)
Additional Features: Nose Grips (Small bulbs on the underside of the nose of the board that enhance grip and control), Nose and Tail Buffers (An additional layer of padding on the nose and tail of the board that enhances longevity and durability), Two Piece Tail (An additional layer of 8lb PE Decking on the tail of the board to offer further support to the tail and visually look appealing).