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2019 Goya Bolt Pro 125

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    2019 Goya Bolt Pro 125 used windsurf board in good condition 

    has a few paint scratches on the rails 

    Includes foot straps and fin

    The Bolt’s rocker has an almost continuos flat section from behind the mast to the tail, with the lightest release off the tail for unlimited speed and acceleration. A concave deck drives the power of the rig lower and forward on the water. Tail cutouts bring flotation to lower speeds and reduce the wetted area on straight speeding lines, allowing you to forcefully ride on the fin with direct control. The Bolt matches best with the Mark Free race.

    Pro Full Carbon
    EPS core. Deck specifications featuring FDS™ Full Deck Sandwich and FRS™ Full Rail Sandwich in single thickness for immaculate flex, pristine longevity and ultra light weight, DSS™ Double Sandwich Stance and 0.6mm wood reinforcements for ultimate rigidity around the foot straps. Inside deck lamination featuring a glass monocoque connecting the mast-track to the stance area and biaxial carbon reinforcements around the foot straps for heel impact resistance. Outside deck lamination featuring FCD™ Full Carbon Deck coverage using seamless biaxial carbon sheets and a glass monocoque covering the rear two thirds of the deck.
    Bottom specifications featuring FBS™ Full Bottom Sandwich in single thickness for light weight. Inside bottom lamination featuring glass fin area load distribution. Outside bottom lamination featuring fin area reinforcements. Nose reinforced by 5 layers. Tail reinforced by 7 layers. This ultra advanced performance construction combines supreme light weight, an unsurpassable crisp feel and great durability, placing these boards above and beyond industry standards. Featured on Carrera, Volar, Bolt.





    Volume Length Width Fin Weight
    125lts 240cm 76cm MFC 44

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