$1.3 Million Rampant Surfboard by Roy Stuart

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

As much as we love surfing, we’re not sure we could ever fathom forking over 7-figures for a surfboard – no matter how rich we were. Regardless it doesn’t take away from the awesomeness of Roy Stuart’s beautiful Rampant surfboard.

This bad boy will set you back about $1.3 million, and the New Zealand-based designers believe it’s worth every penny. The board measures in at 10-foot and 6-inches long, and is constructed from a hollowed out Paulownia timber core, while being reinforced with high-strength polycarbonate supports. The fins may look a bit unique, and that’s because they were designed specifically to maximize your performance on the water. The serrated fin allows you to control the board with ease, and the round fin creates a vortex of water that helps drastically reduce drag. So what does all this mean to you? It means speeds of up to 40 miles per hour on the water. And that 23-karat gold leaf lion stamped on the board – why not? It is a million dollar surfboard. [Purchase]

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