The winning board – Fast and stable! Actually developed as a pure flatwater board, the Jump also works great in choppy, wavy and windy conditions. Especially
against the wind or with crosswind the board plays out its class. The Jump is one of the most versatile boards on the market. The prototype tests, was conducted by both Ryland Hart and Danny Ching. They achieved constant top speeds of 10 to 11 mph and were able to increase average speeds by 0.5 to 1 mph on a half-mile test.
The Jump got its name from its ability to “jump” into and over small wind and boat waves without any effort or loss of stability. It is ideal for mid to Long Distances. It runs very well in almost all conditions, from calm, flat water, such as lakes, harbors or rivers, to light and moderate windy conditions at sea. The Jump is THE board for almost all conditions. With it’s lightweight production the newest model weighs just 9,5 kg (22”) and is extremely durable because of an extra PVC layer. This makes the board also more sustainable and effortless to paddle, because it keeps up the speed over longer distances. The 404 teamriders already won big international titles with the Jump, such as the Carolina Cup (Danny Ching & April Zilg), Sprint World Champion Title (April Zilg), APP Champion (April Zilg) and the SUP 11-City Tour (Tanja Ecker).
Paddler size and difficulty
This is a high performance board for experienced SUP racers looking for an upgrade. The 22″ board is ideal for experienced paddlers between 75 and 82 kg or for inexperienced paddlers under 60 kg. The 23.5″ model is extremely stable and is designed for less experienced paddlers between 65 and 75 kg pounds and experienced paddlers between 82 and 105 kg. The 25” board is great for beginners and in rough conditions.
COLORS | Grey / Green Tail
FEATURES | 404 Handle and Self Regulating Air Vent / 404 Carbon Fin / FCS GoPro compatible plug
Tests, Rentals & Shipment
Shipping costs will be added later after proceding the order. The board can be brought to you for additional costs or shipped with a forwarding company. (Costs aprox. 100-500 €)