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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 3K All Carbon construction produces a super strong and lightweight board built to perform across the water. The flex pattern of the 3K Carbon weave makes your board spring across the chops and drive across the flatwater.