Timber Lite Technology

We start off with a precision, machine cut EPS blank using a proprietary vacuum bag process which combines high quality fiberglass resin and paulownia wood veneer. This creates a strong and lightweight construction built to last with a stunning look.

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Airtech Fusion Lite Inflatable

The high-tech proprietary process machine coats the drop stitch with a special seal and bonding layer, and then fuses a machine-laminated, higher-density PVC layer. This process removes any human factor or errors in the bonding and creates a consistent, unique bond that’s just not achievable via traditional hand-gluing resulting in a board that’s both durable and lightweight.

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CARBON TIMBER COMPOSITE

First, the lightweight EPS blank is created in a precision mold so the shape is perfectly replicated every time. We’ve added a carbon deck patch to reinforce the standing area and improve the performance. In addition, we’ve placed a layer of wood veneer that adds strength to the shape and then laminate it with fiberglass to add durability and impact strength.

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Kevlar Timber Composite

We started with a lightweight precision cut EPS blank and then added a wood veneer reinforcement on the top and bottom for strength. Next, we laminate the blank with fiberglass to add durability and impact strength. A first for ISLE, we’ve constructed this board will Kevlar Rails that give the board maximum rigidity.

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Composite Soft Technology

First, the EPS blank is created in a mold so the shape is perfectly replicated every time. We’ve added a double stringer to add rigidity and strength to the board and then laminate it with fiberglass to add durability and impact strength.

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Thermal Molded Epoxy

First, the lightweight EPS blank is created in a precision mold. This creates a stronger, more durable outer shell since density is tighter closer to the mold. The blank is then heat-laminated with fiberglass and epoxy resin in the mold. Overall, this a more precise and earth-friendly process that accurately controls the amount of materials involved.

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