Scorpio Carbon

$424.00

• Solid carbon fiber deck with NerveFlex™ carbon weave
• Flexible and durable lightweight components
• Surf Adapter on front truck and integrated Rail Adapter on rear truck
• Super carve bushings all around
• 32" long, 22" wheelbase (80cm long, 55cm wheelbase)
• 60 mm Fireball wheels
• Great high performance Surfskate

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Handles adversity well

The sage of the Waterborne fleet, the Scorpio, is the board you can tell all your secrets to.

The Scorpio is the most receptive and immersive riding board on the planet, and it’s the only shortboard with an integrated Rail Adapter suspending the rear truck.  This rear rail adapter compliments the Surf Adapter by keeping all four wheels on the ground during deep carves and letting you carry more speed through turns

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Brenden Steltz
Fast and Fun

I’m really enjoying this thing. For comparison, I have experience riding a Carver with a C7 truck as well as a Yow complete. I put a Waterborne adapter on one of my other boards and really loved it. Next I ordered the Scorpio. My only complaints are the stock bushings (they were popping out of the bushing cups on a hard lean and making quite a bit of noise) and the fact that the surf adapter is VERY sensitive to impact damage. On the Scorpio the adapter juts out past the nose of the board, so you have to avoid letting it roll into any curbs. I threw a couple pieces of black duct tape on mine to prevent further damage. It’s a super fun setup though. It’s very fast rolling. I almost lost the board out from under myself the first few times I put weight on the kicktail. The deck isn’t as flexible as I expected, but I’m very happy with it. I would recommend it for anyone who enjoys surf skating.

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Rafael Hernandez
The Ultimate Beast!

I have Waterborne Adapters on 4 of my 5 board set ups, but this thing still managed to kill my quiver!

What's not to say about this ride!? The Carbon Scorpio is, what I imagine to be, the physical creation of the vision Waterborne had for their SurfSkates. The Carbon flexes in all the right places, giving your feet and pumping a solid, locked in feeling you'll never feel with any board, EVER! The set up with RKP trucks allows incredible flow, carve and dive, really giving that surfy feel! The wheels have tons of grip when pumping, while still being able to slide and snap around, though personally I prefer offset wheels!

The deadliest looking SurfSkate ever!

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Luke S
Happy so far

I'm a beginner to skating & surfing - bought the scorpio after getting some surf lessons back in the summer and enjoying the waves I managed to catch.

Progress was pretty rapid despite a slow and uncertain start. After a few days' practice I'm able to pump up mild gradients and do some full loops without pushing in my local skatepark.

The board is a lot more capable than me, it can do very tight turns and it feels more stable than I thought it would when pumping or drifting down a gradient. It's mechanically smooth with no squeaks. The big wheels roll over small debris easily without stalling.

Overall really happy so far, looking forward to getting more confident.

Manhattan Beach, California

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The Aries is a feather light spring under your feet. It's a board that loves to take flight and turn on a dime. It feels at home riding DIY skate spots and flat ground.

Designed for Flex

Carbon fiber is a material with unique properties. depending on its layer thickness, resin system, and formed shape, it can be stiffer than titanium, or more flexible than bamboo. Carbon fiber strikes a balance between durability, lightness, and flexibility that other materials cannot match. The shapes that we cut from the deck are a form that follows function. The tail of the Scorpio Carbon Complete will deform by a couple on inches, loading up like a spring in turns, and then releasing in a slide, or driving you out with more speed.

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Based on 28 reviews
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Brenden Steltz
Fast and Fun

I’m really enjoying this thing. For comparison, I have experience riding a Carver with a C7 truck as well as a Yow complete. I put a Waterborne adapter on one of my other boards and really loved it. Next I ordered the Scorpio. My only complaints are the stock bushings (they were popping out of the bushing cups on a hard lean and making quite a bit of noise) and the fact that the surf adapter is VERY sensitive to impact damage. On the Scorpio the adapter juts out past the nose of the board, so you have to avoid letting it roll into any curbs. I threw a couple pieces of black duct tape on mine to prevent further damage. It’s a super fun setup though. It’s very fast rolling. I almost lost the board out from under myself the first few times I put weight on the kicktail. The deck isn’t as flexible as I expected, but I’m very happy with it. I would recommend it for anyone who enjoys surf skating.

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Rafael Hernandez
The Ultimate Beast!

I have Waterborne Adapters on 4 of my 5 board set ups, but this thing still managed to kill my quiver!

What's not to say about this ride!? The Carbon Scorpio is, what I imagine to be, the physical creation of the vision Waterborne had for their SurfSkates. The Carbon flexes in all the right places, giving your feet and pumping a solid, locked in feeling you'll never feel with any board, EVER! The set up with RKP trucks allows incredible flow, carve and dive, really giving that surfy feel! The wheels have tons of grip when pumping, while still being able to slide and snap around, though personally I prefer offset wheels!

The deadliest looking SurfSkate ever!

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Luke S
Happy so far

I'm a beginner to skating & surfing - bought the scorpio after getting some surf lessons back in the summer and enjoying the waves I managed to catch.

Progress was pretty rapid despite a slow and uncertain start. After a few days' practice I'm able to pump up mild gradients and do some full loops without pushing in my local skatepark.

The board is a lot more capable than me, it can do very tight turns and it feels more stable than I thought it would when pumping or drifting down a gradient. It's mechanically smooth with no squeaks. The big wheels roll over small debris easily without stalling.

Overall really happy so far, looking forward to getting more confident.