Double the paddle power with a Protech Double UP

Imagine taking your favourite longboard, and squeezing all that stability and ease-of-use into a mid-length surfboard. The volume would remain, giving you lots of flotation and paddle power. And just imagine your balance!

This is what the Double Up is all about. NSP created a shape aimed at beginners and intermediates looking to progress beyond the board they learned on and retain that sweet flotation and paddling power. The Double up is also a great performance board for larger boned riders.

Rail : Full
Bottom : Beginner to Intermediate
Ideal waves : 1-6ft
Level : Beginner – Expert

An elegant rocker with a mild lift on nose and tail translates to solid paddling power and wave-catching prowess. Advanced riders will enjoy the swift directional changes thanks to a double-rolled concave at the back portion of the board.

The new tint lamination process provides each board with it’s own unique, artsy and custom-like finish. A visually appealing board!

Available with NSP’s new FTU side fin boxes (compatible with Futures® Fins) and a Surf 10 center fin box. New MFC designed nylon side fins and 8” center fin included.

Protech Double Up construction diagram

The Double Up is constructed using NSP’s high-performance Protech technology, combining a high precision 36g molded SecureCell EPS core with custom wet lamination. 6oz + 6oz glass deck and 6oz glass bottom + extra 6oz around the fins, then laminated with UV stable resin, making the Double Up a lightweight, durable, and visually appealing board that will take your surfing to the next level.

• Custom finish
• Secure cell EPS Core
• 6 oz + 4 oz deck (Tinder-D8, Fish, Funboard)
• 6 oz + 6 oz deck (Funboard, Longboards & Double Up)
• 6 oz + 6 oz patch bottom (Tinder-D8, Fish, Funboard)
• 6 oz + 6 oz patch bottom (Double Up / Longboard)
• UV-stable resin
• Carbon reinforced tail patch for exceptional flex control. Strategically applied to the back end of the rails, the Carbon Flex Tail provides increased durability and resistance against back-foot pressure.