2017 OBRIEN Watersports Lacuna 11'6"

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2017 OBRIEN Lacuna 11'6" Stand-Up Padde Board

The Lacuna features a balnced profile with full rails, a double concave hull and crisp bottom edge for efficient planning and performance. The 2 larger sizes provide more buoyancy and stability for the less experienced or heavier rider. 

- Front Bungee System

- Textured BVA Foam Deck Pad 

- Recessed Carry Handle

- Rear Leash Plug

Length:        11' 6" / 138"

Width:          32"

Volume:       202.6 Liters

Paddleboard Size Chart

Maximum Suggested Weight Limit

Board          Length     Volume        Beginner      Intermediate    Advanced

Lacuna        10’6″       179.2           200 lbs.        235 lbs.            300 lbs.

Lacuna        11′           190.8           210 lbs.        250 lbs.            325 lbs.

Lacuna        11’6″        202.6          225 lbs.        270 lbs.             350 lbs.

Tokio            10′           200             210 lbs.        250 lbs.            325 lbs.

Passage      12′           235             250 lbs.        310 lbs.            400 lbs.

Eclipse        10’6″        179.2          200 lbs.        235 lbs.            300 lbs.

Eclipse        11′            190.8          210 lbs.        250 lbs.            325 lbs.

Mist             10’6″        179.2          200 lbs.        235 lbs.            300 lbs.

Vapor          10’6″        300             250 lbs.        350 lbs.            450 lbs.

Vapor          11’6″        330             275 lbs.        375 lbs.            475 lbs.

Zephyr        10’6″        246             230 lbs.        330 lbs.            430 lbs.

Mercer        10’8″        N/A             210 lbs.        235 lbs.            300 lbs.

Mercer         8′            N/A             100 lbs.        150 lbs.            200 lbs.

The appropriate board size depends on weight, skill level,
and volume of the board. The more you weigh, and the
lower your skill level, the bigger the board you’ll need.

• One liter of volume floats one kg weight.
• In order to factor in your skill level, multiply your Skill
Lever Factor x Your Weight in kilograms to get your
recommended volume in liters.
• 1 Lb. is approximately equal to .45 kg.
• When in doubt, lean to the next board size up.

SKILL FACTOR:
Beginners = 2
Intermediate = 1.7
Advanced = 1.3
Calculating Board Volume:
(Your Weight in lbs. X .45) x Skill Factor = Target Volume
Example:You are a beginner and you weigh 195 lbs.
(195 lbs. X .45) x2 (Skill Factor) = 175.5
Your board should have a minimum volume of 175.5 liters.