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2009 Slingshot Surfboards range

10 September 2008 | 3:15 am

2009 SRT

Proven world wide, the SRT 5’11” Quad excels in small waves and river swell alike. New for 2009, as part of the Crossover Collection, the SRT has a round tail and quad fins. The bottom of the SRT has a flat entry rocker, increased tail kick and a slight single concave in front. The outline is a “no nose” which means that the wide point of the board is pulled back ,matched with low round rails and a tail that is then pulled into a tight round thumb. Light and lively defines the 2009 SRT Quad!

Slingshot SRT 2009

SRT Specs: Length: 5’1″; Width: 18.25″; Tail: 13.9″


The SRT Quad is for lighter smaller riders or aggressive riders who want a fast forgiving board that makes tight turns in the pocket and the feeling of a quick speed burst. Kiteboarders coming off twin tips will find the learning curve adjusting to quad style surfboards easy.

2009 SST

The SST from the Crossover Collection is designed to be the most versatile surf board we make.

The SST is excellent for lighter winds or bigger riders who want good upwind ability.

The SST Quad has a dome deck and deep single concave running the full length of the board. Its boxy rails in the tail and low round soft forward rail allow the SST Quad to be driven extremely hard in the turns. The SST Quad shape also has a wider nose with a wider tail that provides a large surface area to drive the quad fins. The advantages of the SST make this board the most versatile board we make.

Slingshot SST 2009

SST Quad Specs: Length: 6’2; Width: 18.65″; Tail: 14.5″


The SST Quad is the perfect all round board with the most amount of versatility. It’s
ideal if you if you are looking for a one surfboard quiver to ride every kind of wave.


This years most exciting addition to the Crossover Collection is the Ben Wilson Pro Model surfboard. It’s a high performance short board designed to compliment Ben’s aggressive aerial style.

The BW Pro Model has a slightly dome deck with a single concave bottom that zero’s out at the tail. This allows riders to control their speed strapped or strapless .

The BW Pro Model board is set up specifically with a classic tri fin configuration which allows for precision turns in the pocket. “Once I get a magic shape I can’t let go of it. I am freaking out on how good this board is from 3’ to 8’ waves. I can create massive amounts of speed and still draw insane lines in all conditions.”- Slingshot Global Team Rider Ben Wilson.

This is Ben’s bread and butter daily driver anywhere in the world. It’s the one board that always gets packed.

Slingshot Ben Wilson Pro 2009

SST BW Pro Model Specs :Length: 6’2; Width: 18.35″; Tail: 14″


The Ben Wilson Pro Model Quad is for riders who want to surf exactly what the pro’s ride. It’s for riders who appreciate a board that draws a line in any situation, speed or condition.


Looking for some speed in your surf riding? Look no further than Slingshot’s most fun addition to the Crossover Collection, the Celeritas. This board is faster than fast!

The Celeritas is a short “trunk” style board, with exaggerated concave and curvy tail lines. It also features a fast center rocker that blends from the center to the tail giving this board off the charts speed while maintaing perfect control.

The Celeritas is so versatile it is a blast to ride in small mushy surf but also holds it own in good medium surf. The Celeritas was born out of a fun tri fin board shaped for Ben. It has such innovative qualities, adds to his riding and best of all…he even paddles this board too!


Celeritas Specs: Length: 5’4; Width: 18.9″; Tail: 16″


The Celeritas is for riders looking for an innovative board that excels in small wave conditions or the rider looking to set new standards at their local spot. It’s faster than fast! Quiet literally the Celeritas has an afterburner built in!

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One Comment »

  • Jonathan St-hilaire says:

    I am in Canada Eastern(Québec)…wich shop i can go for buying this surfboard?


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