Pro Construction.

Chaz by Paul


Carve Pro
Surfwave Thruster / Quad

The new Carve comes with new shapes and two new sizes. Keith on the Carve: “The Carve is a perfor- mance paddle board for aggressive riding.

The fuller center outline and a more pulled in nose introduce a forgiving approach into the design, allowing to come out of risky maneuvers, feet on deck, while the foam flow supports a distinctly dynamic approach.”

The new Carve comes without a front pad to save weight. You can either wax the stance in professional style or get the optional genuine Quatro front pad. The board is lightened further by a new handle. All boards come with a raised tail kick for added grip when riding waves. The Carve comes with a penta setup, five FCS fin boxes, allowing you to ride it as a thruster or quad.

Available in 95, 100, 110, 120 liters.

Available in neon green on white.


Integrated Stability.

The Carve comes with Quato Sup’s ISD Integrated
Stability Deck, providing a more solid stance.



PRO construction. Full sandwich build, featuring FDS™ Full Deck Sandwich for immaculate flex, FBS™ Full Bottom Sandwich for supreme strength, DSS™ Double Sandwich Stance for paramount rigidity in the heel areas, all laminated with Biaxial glass.

This performance construction combines light weight, a crisp feel and excellent durability. We consciously do not use a carbon deck because it would result in too stiff of a board for Sup surfing and inhibit much desired flex and pop.


Pro Construction.

Chaz by Paul


Best of both worlds.

The Carve allows to be ridden both as a thruster of a quad,
whichever suits your style of riding better.


Pro Construction

Chaz by Sofie


Why we use it.

Most Sup boards on the market are covered in color entirely.
White keeps the board cooler and allows for
the construction to work at its best and last longer.


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Carve Pro SKU UPC Model
Andrea Paglialunga, Italy  
Mar 17, 2018 

I have a Starboard Hypernut 7.4 (105L) and the Carve Pro 8.4 (120L). I always go with the Carve, it is just an awesome board. It turns really well, stable and it is so much fun (small and big wave surfing). I don't give 5 stars just for the handle, it's pretty uncomfortable. Please fix it for the next board/series. Thanks a lot for your good work guys!

Thomas McConkey, USA  
Jan 27, 2018 

Stepped down from the Starboard Pocket Rocket to the Carve Pro 8/4 120 liters. Wow! Huge performance difference on the Pro and I do not feel I gave up any stability. Great in the recent large surf to come through San Diego.

I would have given 5 stars, but the handle SUCKS. Too shallow and not recessed. Also, Quatro could throw in the traction decking free of charge for the board after paying 2 grand.

Sean Turner, United States  
Dec 02, 2017 

Love this board!! Super light weight and perfect for surfing!

Brad Couden, USA  
Nov 16, 2016 

The Carve 110 is SUPER AWESOME!! the square tail seems to provide more stability, the tail rocker gives her life and turniness, super fast drives into turns, stays at the peak well, loose enough for some fun, been using the Carves plus size sister Glide 8' 6" x 32" for some time, had some concerns about stability, not anymore! the 110 is more user friendly than initially thought, KT & Co. really nailed it on this! Well done!! B-rad

4.5 5.0 4 4 I have a Starboard Hypernut 7.4 (105L) and the Carve Pro 8.4 (120L). I always go with the Carve, it is just an awesome board. It turns really well, stable and it is so much fun (sm Carve Pro

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