|Traction Type:||EVA Deck Pad|
|Windsurf:||Not Windsurf Compatible|
|Recommended Use:||Fishing, Touring, All Around, Flat Water|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Imagine Mission SUP Paddleboard
If you have been looking for a flatwater board that's fast and stable, the Mission is for you. With a displacement hull and plum bow for efficient paddling, a stable design, and a flat comfortable standing deck, the Mission is perfect for your everyday paddle and is no slouch for that weekend race you've been training for.
For our line of 2013 epoxy boards, Imagine will be working with the industry's proven manufacturing leader in composite construction. We have invested countless amounts of time and energy working with a dedicated quality control and production team to ensure we bring the best possible boards to market. We are super proud to announce that will be offering wood sandwich and AST construction. Every Imagine epoxy SUP is made to the most exacting standards so you always get the very best.
- Recreational racing, workouts, fun family paddles, long adventures or just cruising at sunset the Mission is the ultimate flatwater machine.
- Intec wood sandwich construction.
- DIMENSIONS: 12’6” X 30” X 8.0” – 212 LTR
- BEST FOR: Fitness, Recreational Racing, Long Distance Paddles, Cruising, Family Fun
The Advanced Sandwich Technology has a 15 kg/m3 fused cell core for light weight and increased water resistance.
A three-dimensional glass laminate is wetted out with high grade expanding epoxy resin, creating a thicker impact resistant outer skin with increased overall hull strength.
A 500 kg/m3 veneer of 0.6mm uni-directional Australian Pine forms an outer layer on the deck resulting in extra impact resistance, rigidity and further improved overall hull integrity.
300 grams uni-directional glass stringers are laminated flat on the deck and wrapped on fore rails in front of the standing area to support integrity while in surf conditions.
Extra reinforcements are placed around all inserts, resulting in zero insert damage reports so far.