Epic Kayaks has presented the new Epic V10L. A surfski aimed for the smaller paddlers.
His many legs, pitifully thin compared with the size of the rest of him, waved about helplessly as he looked. “What’s happened to me? ” he thought. It wasn’t a dream. His room, a proper human room although a little too small, lay peacefully between its four familiar walls. A collection of textile samples lay… Read More »
Today did Epic Kayaks finally introduce the Epic V14. It is designed to be a flat water surfski or a surfski for expert paddlers in small to mid size conditions. Faster, sleeker and more unstable compared to the Epic V10 and Epic V12. The Epic V14 will proberbly be an interesting surfski for many K-1… Read More »
What is special about Epic Skis? What is it that make them the best among ocean skis? Epic Surfskis are designed by paddling legends Greg Barton and Oscar Chalupsky. They have heaps of experience and knowledge about surfski and ocean paddling. They have developed a fleet of surfskis so any paddler can find a suitable… Read More »
Oscar Chalupsky has been talking about the new surfski, Epic V14 for a long time. Now have globalsurfski.com written about the Epic V14 and presented a photo of Greg Barton paddling a prototype said to be the V14.
Surfski.nu wrote some rumors about the new anticipated surf ski from Epic, the Epic V10 Pro. Fast as V10 and stable as V10 Sport. Read more about Epic V10 Pro at surfski.nu.
Oscar Chalupsky and Boyan Zlatarev was the first to cross the finish line in the Seamasters, the Swedish national Championships. The paddled an Epic V10 Double. About 40 participants started in the25 km downwind race from Arkösund to Oxelösund on the Swedish east coast. Well done boys! Oscar Chalupsky gives instruction at the skippers meeting… Read More »
The New Epic V6 Tourer fills the gap between a surfski and a seakayak. It has a surfski cockpit with the storage capacity of a touring kayak.
Welcome to Epic Surfski. Here is the information you need about Epic Surfskis!