The Cascadia K’utala 11’9 is a touring board. Its shape is styled to travel long distances quickly. The displaced hull helps chop through things like rapids or tidal currents.
The K’utala’s V-shape helps it cut through the water while its thick, flat deck adds stability. With more volume through its centre, the standing surface handles a larger range of weights and paddling styles.
Cascadia’s E-Form surfboards fuse traditional polyester construction with the durability of epoxy and an EPS core. Each board is manufactured with a high-precision machine then finished by hand. A 3-mm wood ply adds an additional layer of strength.
Cascadia K’utala 11’9” is named after an important food source for the First Nations in B.C. Cascadia region – the Salmon. Artist Mulidzas Wilson incorporated spawning salmon which can be seen carrying roe on the bottom of the board.