SIZES: 142cm / 146cm / 150cm
3 STAGE ROCKER
Designed by a rider who does it all – Mr. Dylan Miller- the Solo, as its name suggests, is the board for all riding environments.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THE SOLO
The Solo is one of the most responsive boards in our lineup, with fast edge to edge transition and a rigid belly with channeling that gives it added traction and all-terrain shredability.
EDGE ENHANCERS (fins)
(4) 1/2 inch bolt on fins give riders the bite they need for holding an edge up the wake and added stability on landings down the endless liquid tabletops. Just don’t get caught trying to nose press these bad boys through the park.
3 STAGE ROCKER
Slower board speed on the water, bigger pop off the wake. Ideal for boat riding or for locking into different sections of the flex on the cable on nose and tail presses.
Gives an additional grip, stability and traction on the water. A tighter, more locked in feel.
With .7mm’s of bulletproof protection between your board and the surfaces you’re sliding across, our park base has been hammered on by the most abusive park riders for years – Earning the ultimate seal of approval and certified “Ballistic”.
SLINGSHOT FUSION SIDEWALL
We’ve transferred the same technology found in high durometer urethane skateboard wheels into the rail of all our boards. Our innovative manufacturing process literally infuses the rail into the board cores in one single shot, producing unrivaled dampening and durability.
CARBON BEDROCK INSERTS
Light, flexible and super strong, our inserts are reinforced with carbon fiber before being inlaid into the board. Reduces overall board weight, increases pull strength and allows for a more consistent flex under foot.
ATOMIC WOOD CORE
Vertically laminated wood core construction is what gives Slingshot boards their famous flavor and flex.
Slingshot’s signature flex tips were introduced in 2017 and are available on models such as the Windsor, Solo, Contrast, and Bishop Models. Designed to make nose and tail presses more exhilarating, flex tips are designed to move the flex point out from the belly of the board and more into the tips for a whole new feel on rails.