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  • 2018 Naish Stomp Kiteboard
  • 2018 Naish Stomp Kiteboard

2018 Naish Stomp Kiteboard

Regular Price: $655.00
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Product Description

2018 Naish Stomp Kiteboard

What Naish has to say about the 2018 Stomp

The Stomp offers riders the best of all worlds: superior freestyle and freeride performance with the advantages of a wakestyle-inspired design. Ideal for aggressive wakestyle riders using footstraps or boots, this board delivers insane drive, edging and pop.The Medium-to-high rocker provides upwind performance and increased speed while maintaining a smooth ride—even in large chop. Its tapered rails reduce weight in the tips, defining the edges for increased grip and solid directional stability.The newly developed 3D bottom shaping utilizes center razor channels for increased edging performance and trapezoidal skidplates with a large vertical area for unmatched grip when loading for huge maneuvers


  • Wakestyle Rocker for chop-eating and softlandings
  • Low flex for powerful and responsive handling
  • FTC 2.0 for optimized stiffness in both the axial and torsional axis and superior control
  • Sintered Base is extremely durable and slider proof.

Let's Chat:

Rygo on why he loves the stomp

A couple weeks ago, we had a few people ask in video comments about the board I’m using this year, the Naish Stomp. Admittedly, I picked it purely out of curiosity. When it showed up, I was surprised at how much rocker it actually has. So much so that it took me a month to swap out my old board for fear it would be too slow.

After getting on the water, I’ll admit I was so wrong. It’s everything I look for in a board. Deceptively fast, loads of pop, and the landings are soft enough. Getting a little on the tech side, the board has a wood core, giving it that quality feel, andthey’ve implemented an ‘X’ inside the board for torsional stability. Tech jargon, I know, I know, but it does improve the power delivery when loading the board for a pop.

Something else I enjoy is, while you’re able to load a ton of power into this board, it has a softer tip and tail. Pair this with the higher rocker line and you get softer landings and a better feeling board in choppy water. Last, but not least, the board locks in well while loading, but it’s not a track-like feel on the water. There is enough give for a slightly looser feel. A little tip- if you want a locked-in feel, use the stock fins; if you want a loose feel, toss some small fins on this board for a more fluid, carving ride.