Carbon Art 2015/2016: four new wave board shapes

Carbon Art has completely redesigned the wave windsurfing board shapes for 2015/2016.

The brand from Taranaki, New Zealand, is also introducing a new small wave model - the Wave DC. Carbon Art sees a total of four boards hitting the market.

"Our four specific wave board models cover everything you could launch into: rough onshore jumping, classic down the line, new school riding, in the pocket surfing, and everything in between," explains the windsurfing insignia.

The "Wave DC" is a small wave board with "astonishing maneuverability, and magically hidden volume". Its compact length is great for serious chargers. The "Wave SC" is a "board to ride when you want the highest level of wave riding performance."

The "Wave THC" maximises your time and fun in the waves, while the "Wave V" is a "classic super controllable all-rounder that is fast and carves on rails.

All Carbon Art windsurf boards come with the CA-T thruster fin setup, along with box fillers for single fin versatility. The 2015/2016 wave boards are available in two construction versions: Tech and Pro builds.

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