NSP / Sonic Pro Carbon SUP

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Size/Color: 14'0" x 24" - Pro Carbon

NSP Sonic Pro Carbon


Downwind, recessed board allowing you to effortlessly link bump after bump.


The Sonic, performing well in upwind and crosswind conditions, is designed as a specific open-water, downwind race board. There is no compromise for performance.

With a pintail and recessed deck, we have lowered the centre of gravity and optimised the width, making the board more stable then ever.

The Sonics are performing at their best as soon as you get some chop, or small bumps to big ocean swell.

The 14/25.5 model is just a more stable and comfortable version of the 14/24.
If you are not in front of the pack, in an elite field, or if you are battling for the win in an age group, you most certainly will be faster on the 14/25.5 than the 14/24.


All Sonic’s are using the same rocker style as the 2018 models, 14/24 and 14/25.5.
Pin-tailed and typically have more nose rocker to suit downwind conditions.

The  Sonic is using a new concept bottom that is combining the added stability of the  model and the extreme glide of our winning Molokai designs.


Our world class 20, 22 and 24 fins are designed and carefully crafted to deliver
top performance in SUP racing: tracking, stability, efficiency, speed and acceleration

Length Width Volume Fins Handles
12'6" 24.5" 257L 22 2 short/1 long
14'0" 23" 292L 20 2 short/1 long
14'0" 24" 300L 24 2 short/1 long
14'0" 25.5" 324L 24 1 long



Elite Pro Carbon technology construction when winning is all that matters!

–  Cutting edge aerospace carbon fibers and ultra-light core materials are combined  within our unique vacuum construction, making

–  Featuring a PVC reinforced deck for integrity plus carbon rails for stiffness reducing flex and making the board ultra responsive.

–  Carbon Innegra reinforcement adds impact protection in nose and the tail for close quarter battles at race starts and from the chasing racers in a draft train.