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The Wilko F13 surfboard is the pro surfer Matt Wilkinson’s surfboard. A perfect surfboard for small waves that is born from the collaboration of the Australian brand DHD Surfboards and Wilko, as is know the pro surfer Matt Wilkinson

Delivery Time: 24-48 hours

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660,00 €

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690,00 € tax incl.

-30,00 €

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Matt Wilkinson's signature model, the Wilko F13, is a performance shortboard which allows you to get the most out of small to medium waves. With extra area towards the front, the F13 paddles well, offers great stability and really lets you drive off the front foot. The flat deck tapers quickly towards a medium rail. This flat deck allows you to ride the board thinner, thus increasing sensitivity and response.

  • Wave size: 1 - 4ft waves
  • Wave type: Beach Breaks, Point breaks, Reef Breaks.. Small and clean, but will handle it when it pumps
  • Surfer Skill level: Well suited for intermediate to pro riders
  • Glassing: 4 x 4 x 4
  • Rocker: Flat entry rocker with a slight tail lift
  • Concave: Slight single goes into slight double concave
  • Carbon: White Carbon Innegra Toe Patches
  • Fin Set Up: Thruster fin set up
  • Tail: Squash
  • Fins not included
Fins Configuration3 FINS
Type of TailRound
Type of productShortboard
Fin SystemFCS II
Delivery Time24-48 hours

Matt Wilkinson presenta su nueva Wilko F13 DHD Surfboards

DHD Surfboards

The famous Australian brand DHD Surfboards from the Australian shaper Darren Handley comes to Single Quiver. And it does so with its new summer Twin Fins collection. Darren Handley, has announced the launch of a new technology in his surfboards that combine the best aspects of the two most used materials today: fiberglass and traditional epoxy.


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