Scorpio Carbon Complete

  • 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)
  • 63 mm Rocket Hawgs race wheels
  • Great high performance Surfskate 
  • 100% Made in USA

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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



designed by riders, for riders

Customer Reviews

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S.A.
The best!! : Scorpio Carbon Complete

Bought this for my boyfriends birthday and he’s obsessed with it!!! Every time we’re out and he’s riding, we always get compliments. This board is sick and I will definitely be buying another.

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C.F.
This things awesome!

Was purchased as a gift! And this thing is so much fun to ride! Patrick was seriously the nicest person ever in customer service! 100% always recommending and telling people about this board!

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B.A.
Welcome to Shredtown

This board is unique AF and super fun. The waterborne adapter is amazing on any setup, but this complete carves sooo hard, has great response from the carbon fiber board, and has a back truck surf adapter that sexes the whole thing up pretty hard. I have a Carver surfskate complete that I bought 3 years ago. I changed out the carver system for a waterborne adapter and have been shredding so much harder ever since. The Waterborne adapter is waaaaayyy better than the Carver system. Superior physics and engineering. So much pump and carve. Superfan for life. I have 3 waterborne “adapted” boards and I friggin love them.


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