Ride the exact shape that 4X World Champion Ashley Kidd rides. Feel the difference in a hand shaped board made in the USA. Time to progress to your highest level of riding. The AK Pro - Skim Style is a single fin setup with the option of riding finless. We use Futures fin system for this reason. The boards are constructed with a layer of carbon fiber on the top and bottom (as well as multiple layers of fiberglass) and epoxy resin to make an incredibly light, stiff, and strong board. Light weight and maneuverability will help you get major air time and get those 360s consistent. This board is great for all levels of riding from first timers to those learning tricks.
Quick reaction time
Carbon Fiber Epoxy Concstruction
Future fin system
Slightly Unique Resin Design on Every Bottom
Includes fin and rear and front traction pad
***DON’T WANT TO WAIT?***
We typically will have all sizes and both colors in stock inventory ready to go out the door today! In the off chance we are out of stock, our boards take 3-5 weeks to produce and ship.
AK Pro Skim Style Small - 51.75" x 20" x 3/4'' up to 170lbs AK Pro Skim Style Medium - 52.25'' x 20.40" x 3/4'' up to 195lbs AK Pro Skim Style Large - 53.31" x 20.94" x 3/4'' up to 215lbs AK Pro Skim Style Extra Large 54.60" x 21.60" x 3/4'' up to 240lbs
Size limits depends on level of riding and rider preference.
What size board do I need? See our recommended board sizes in our board size chart.
What comes with my AK board? A rear traction pad and Futures TMF-1 fin.
How many fin boxes will be in my AK board? AK Pro Skim Style comes with 1 Futures box.
How does Ashley Kidd set up her AK board? Rear traction pad, wax on the front of the board (apply base coat first) and a TMF-1 fin.
How do I take care of my board? Keep board out of direct sunlight. These boards are incredibly tough, but are not indestructible. Care should be taken to not drop or impact hard surfaces. If there is a crack in your board repair it ASAP. Once water enters your board it will damage the board.
Keep board out of direct sunlight. These boards are incredibly tough, but are not indestructible. Care should be taken to not drop or impact hard surfaces. If there is a crack in your board repair it ASAP. Once water enters your board it there is the potential for it to damage the board.