Moloka’i 9.6 will never disappoint you. The range of use is big. It is slightly bigger than Moloka’i 8.6 with the same design and technology. It has a completely new shape where Kona has put in more than 10 years of wave riding experience for paddle boards into this new construction. Thanks to its stabilizing tail rails it has an outstanding grip in the waves. This is also a welcome feature when a sail is put on the board to enjoy some easy windsurfing. The board is equipped with a windsurfing attachment and the board works exceptionally well with Kona’s windsup rigs.
< 198 lbs
< 90 kgs
Kona operates within the high quality segment. For us this means offering the best possible quality for its given purpose at an affordable price. We use double layer together with double wall technology for most of our boards. We have a smarter gluing process, a critical part of making a high quality board, which is completely machine based. This makes the boards more robust, stiffer, lighter and with an excellent surface finish. Compared to previous technologies it makes the boards approximately 20 percent stiffer. For some of our inflatables the prerequisites are distinctly different. In those cases we use the most appropriate technology. This is indicated at the presentation of individual boards.
1. Reinforcement pin line, an extra stabilisation.
2. Second rail layer.
3. First rail layer.
4. Outer layer.
5. First layer, two layer laminate, MBD.
6. V-drop stitch core.
MBD = Machine Based Drop Stitch