The NEW Epic V12 is designed to be the ultimate downwind machine for elite level paddlers. The updated design has more rocker, a reconfigured cockpit for a dryer ride and a more responsive rudder position, all while keeping a hint of extra stability over our V14.
After testing several prototypes in locations around the world, we feel this is the best surfski for elite, open-water paddling, especially in big downwind. The V12 is faster than the V10 on flatwater and is a good choice for those looking to move up. Highly skilled elite level paddlers with perfect stability skills will find the V14 slightly faster on flat water. But as soon as the wind and waves pick up the new V12 will be their weapon of choice. Mere mortals who want a really fast boat on flat water that can also handle rough stuff will find a good fit in the new Epic V12.
The stability is similar to the original V12. It is noticeably more stable than the V14, but less stable than the Epic V10.
The new V12 is faster than the V10, but not quite as fast as the V14 (for a highly skilled paddler). It has similar flatwater speed to the original V12, but is far superior in surf conditions.
Length: 21.0" (6.4 m)
Width: 16.9" (43 cm)
Depth: 13.8" (35 cm)
Capacity: 310 lbs (140 kg)
Epic V12 Performance
Epic V12 Ultra
| 27 lbs (12.3 kg)||$4,395.00|
- Nomex honeycomb core
- Woven carbon and Kevlar fabric
- Vacuum bagged, heat-cured epoxy
- Red bow & stern
New Elite layup $4995.
23 pounds, black gelcoat and white ends.