Quatro Mono Pro Powerwave Single
There is still a demand for single fin boards even though the trend is thruster and quad – if you think it’s old school – it is not. Fast, loose, jumps well, and it has thruster boxes.
Keith Taboul on the new Mono “Here on Maui I do a lot of custom boards. I’ve realised that there is a still a demand for the single fin board. I think a lot of people still enjoy blasting around on a single fun. Our single fin has thruster boxes as an option. It has a longer more pulled in outline from nose to tail. I’ve found that with longer boards you don’t need fuller noses or tails. It has simple vee bottom with double concave to soften the ride. A fast progressive rocker for early planning and continued planing through the lulls. This is the old school board with a new school approach. You jump on this board and it feels like you’re putting on your favourite shoes.”
Available in 78, 86 and 96 litres
Simon Bassett took a trip to Tarifa to visit Goya & Quatro to find out more details about the new range. Take a look at his photos and also a video of Keith Taboul discussing some of the new elements.
|Volume (litres)||Length (cm)||Width (cm)||Tail (cm)||Sail (sqm)||Weight (kg)||Tail Shape||Fins|
|78||231||55||34.5||3.7 - 5.0||6||Round Pin||MFC K-ONE 21 US - MT Plastic Covers|
|86||233||58.5||36||4.0 - 5.3||6.3||Round Pin||MFC K-ONE 22 US - MT Plastic Covers|
|96||236.5||60||26.5||4.2 - 5.7||6.7||Round Pin||MFC K-ONE 23 US - MT Plastic Covers|