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CBL

  • Grind Base

    Compression formed for enhanced slide and durability on obstacles. Found exclusively on the CBL.

  • Wood Core

    We use a premium “A-grade” Paulownia wood core which is vertically laminated to optimize strength, reduce weight and allow the board to flex more naturally and freely. Found in all 2019 models.

  • ABS Rails

    ABS is a tough hard wearing composite material which bonds very well to epoxy. This is used during the lay-up process ensuring a smooth, durable and consistent ride. All twin tip rails and insert blocks are made from ABS material.

  • Volcanic Basalt

    Basalt is a volcanic mineral fiber which offers vibration resistance and durability while maintaining a high strength to weight ratio. Washed pure molten basalt rock is absent of toxic additives. The combination of wood core with basalt laminate provides a flex characteristic, unique to Cabrinha.

  • High Rocker

    The highest rocker line in our range for the ultimate performance. Found on the CBL and Tronic.

  • Stiff Flex

    For those who ride fast and want the board to react quickly. A stiff flex pattern ensures a powerful energy transfer so the board will pop off the water, and maintain control at fast speeds. Found on the Ace Carbon, Xcal Carbon, CBL and Stylus.

  • Quad Concave

    The quad concave channels through the board provide the rider with both grip when riding on an edge, but also help reduce impact on hard landings.

  • H3 Recommended

    While this board can be used with any of the Cabrinha bindings, we recommend the H3 Binding to be the best pairing with this board.

  • Rails Channels

    Channels on the outside rails of the board to help with traction and grip when riding on edge, and to also aid with pop for freestyle tricks.

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