Patrik Boards

2019 pd Patrik Boards t-wave wide GET 92 (Tri Fin Wave)
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t-wave wide

A shorter name and a refreshed look is the change but the shape is still the one we like the most. Simply a board which does everything everywhere. The shape is designed independend from the fin setup and the rider just need to decide which shape fit to his body size and riding level. The fins can be tuned in many ways depending on surfing style and prevailiung conditions. The trailer and twinzer fin setup ride and slide the best from wave size between head to mast high. Bigger waves are conquered saver with the Thruster setup while strong wind flat water sailing makes most sense with a Single fin.THE CONCEPT

Many people understand that smaller and/or lighter riders tend to have smaller feet and/or a lighter/lower leverage point and therefore they prefer narrower tails and they can also handle shorter boards. Taller and/or heavier riders with bigger feet and/or longer legs have a higher/heavier leverage point and tend to prefer a bit of extra board length and tail width to support their weight and power on the tail.

A similar principle also applies to sailing level. Pro’s who drive their turns over the front foot and steer with the back, tend to opt for shorter shapes so they can carve short radiuses and close the turn over the narrow tail. Novice wave riders focus more on their back foot and need added width in the tail to support the additional force they exert over the tail so they don’t lose too much speed during the turn. A little bit of additional length also helps novices to float around and tackle any white water.

Analysis of the above leads us to the conclusion that there is a need for two board shapes. One that is shorter with a narrower tail and another with a bit of extra length and more width in the tail. Both board shapes can be designed to an optimum performance ratio between early planing, acceleration, speed and turning ability regardless of the fin setup.

With the trailer fin box arrangement of 3x 8″ US boxes, the fin setup can be adapted to suit the conditions and an individual’s riding style. The majority of multi fin boards on the market today have very small fin boxes with minimal room for adjustment and this, combined with the board shape, means that each model has a very narrow band of conditions that it performs well in. Even if you’re armed with plenty of fins, lots of time and knowledge, the boards will still be limited in their range of use and the only solution to cover a greater range of conditions will be to buy more boards.

However, this is not true with our boards. Over the past couple of years, we have proven that there is no other fin box arrangement that allows for as many fin setups and allows for them to be setup and fine tuned as easily and quickly as with our versatile 3 fin box arrangement.

Scoop Rocker Line

A balanced curve with zero flat spots throughout the whole bottom has proved its performance over the years. The result is early planing, smooth and controlled turns on the wave and in the gybes, combined with a comfortable ride.


A short and modern outline with a narrow tail ensures you will have the most wave riding fun in any conditions, from small messy waves to BIG point breaks!!
t-wave wide: Slightly longer than the Trailer Wave with a wider tail for even earlier planing and added support in the back strap. The wider tail is also more suitable for onshore conditions or even blasting on flat water in strong winds.

Rail Shape

Thinner at the nose to reduce weight, running into a harmonic mid section that allows the rail to dig into the water for carved turns when the rider’s weight is moved forward and more floaty rails when closing turns and steering the board over the back foot. Sharp, thin rails in the tail for optimum water release and grip in any turn.
t-wave wide: Thin at the nose to reduce weight, running into a thicker mid section compared to the smaller sizes to offer a bit more flotation support for heavier guys, ending with a sharp rail in the tail for optimum grip in any turn.

Bottom Shape

Slight vee in the nose area prevents it catching on upcoming waves/chop. Single concave through the mid section provides lift whilst also giving a cushioning feeling, which is softer to ride and allows it to plane earlier.

The sharper centre line is due to a double concave under the footstrap area that lets the board track better and the more negative rails have increased grip in the turns. Flat vee in the last 20cm of the tail releases the water quickly and smoothly and minimises turbulence for all performance aspects.

Deck Shape

Maximum volume provides flotation on light wind days, making the true excitement of wave riding in smooth glassy water possible. Slightly rounded deck shape provides the perfect balance between having grip under the feet for jumping and allowing the toe/heel contact with the board for wave riding.

t-wave wide: Slightly flater in the deck around the mast track compared to the TW for a more stable platform and similar deck dome to the TW around the strap area to provide the perfect balance between having grip under the feet for jumping and allowing the toe/heel contact with the board for wave riding.


A variety of inserts in the front allow riders to alter the angle and position of the footstraps to suit their style and foot size.


With our additional GET line we respond to the constant request for a softer construction and offer a more comfortable ride next to our sporty line. Our GBM line is the stiffer and lighter construction using materials with a higher Carbon percentage while our GET line offers more flex and comfort with the softer fiberglass material.

GBM – The full deck and bottom Carbon/Kevlar construction has the best impact strength to weight ratio and are lighter, plane earlier and ride more direct.

GET – The full deck Carbon/Kevlar with the full biax fiberglass bottom make the boards feel more connected to the wave and the smoother and more controlled turns allow the rider to ride more radical.

Statt 1.753,65 EUR
Nur 1.266,25 EUR
inkl. 16% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
2017 pd Patrik Boards speed (Speed)

In den letzten Jahren hat Speedsurfen einen enormen Einfluss auf das Windsurfen gewonnen. Und einen regelrechten medialen Hype um die Weltrekordversuche in Lüderitz in Namibia verursacht. Allein im Speedkanal von Lüderitz wurde der Geschwindigkeitsrekord in den letzten Jahren über 5kts gesteigert. Bei seinem letzten Rekordversuch erreichte Patrik Diethelm 51,18kts. Auch wenn er damit knapp den Weltrekord knapp verpasste, war ein anderes Ergebnis für ihn viel interessanter. Bei 25-30kts Wind schaffte er 48,77kts mit einem 6,3qm Segel!

Patrik: „Für einen Testlauf lieh ich mir ein 6,3m2 von einem anderen Teilnehmer. Bei so wenig Wind war es fast unmöglich zu starten. Nachdem ich es auf Board geschafft hatte, hab ich es kaum für möglich gehalten ohne Pumpen, es über den Kurs zu schaffen.

Anfangs hielt ich diese Zeit für einen Messfehler. Doch nach mehreren Überprüfungen, wurde die Zeit bestätigt. Solche Ergebnisse pushen mich PATRIK Boards immer weiter zu entwickeln und neue Ideen umzusetzen. Und wer weiß, was ich das nächste Mal in Lüderitz für Ergebnisse erzielen werde…“

Begleitet Patrik und das PATRIK Team bei seinem nächsten Trip nach Lüderitz und profitiere von seinen Erkenntnissen um dich noch schneller zu machen!

PATRIK speed: Unzählige nationale Geschwindigkeitsrekorde wurden in den letzten fünf Jahren mit PATRIK Boards aufgestellt – wann stellst du deinen persönlichen Rekord mit einem PATRIK Board auf?
Statt 2.094,82 EUR
Nur 1.071,29 EUR
inkl. 16% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
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