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Epic V10L Surfski

  • 20' 2" Length
  • 17" Width
  • 26 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 3,895 MSRP

Epic V10L Surfski Description

The V10L is a lower volume version of the award-winning Epic V10 surf ski. The front deck has been lowered to decrease windage and the seat moved up 2" to give a better position for smaller to mid-sized paddlers. The V10L is very popular in areas that don't regularly encounter 6'+ waves. The V10L has an adjustable footbrace with self-adjusting pedals designed to fit shorter leg lengths — accommodating paddlers from 4'11" to 6'3" tall. The V10 L has won many of the toughest races around the world.

Epic V10L Surfski Reviews

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Epic V10L Surfski Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Weight: 26 lbs
  • Length: 20' 2"
  • Width: 17"
  • Deck Height: 12"
  • Primary Material: Kevlar/aramid Composite
  • Material Description:

    Nomex honeycomb core; Woven carbon and Kevlar fabric; Vacuum bagged, heat-cured epoxy; Red bow & stern 

Epic V10L Surfski Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Hull Shape: V-Bottom
  • Chine: Hard
  • Special Characteristics: Surf ski

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Racing/Fitness
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water, Open Water/Ocean
  • Duration: Day Trip
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult

Where to Buy the Epic V10L Surfski

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Epic Kayaks Inc.
Epic V10L Surfski Reviews

Read reviews for the Epic V10L Surfski by Epic Kayaks Inc. as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

Unlike most Epic ski...

Unlike most Epic ski reviewers, I'm not an elite kayaker. I do 200+ hours per year in a 17' sea kayak on the Ohio River. I'm 6' 195# w/ 34 inseam. The V10L has plenty of leg room and I've not found the seat to be narrow, as reported by others. It took 3 hours of paddling before I could keep my feet in the boat and paddle upright. After 6 hours I was doing 9-mile runs on the river and only spilling when encountering barge and boat wakes.

Unlike others, I do not find re-entry easy, much less possible, in deep water. I will master this ski but will have a longer curve than most, at age 64. Thought it would be good to have a review from a regular kayaker looking for a challenge and a workout...