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Carbon Jet by Beau Young - Funboard


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Product Description

The Carbon Jet is an incredibly versatile wave catching machine. 

Designed by 2x World Champion, Beau Young; the Carbon Jet is an extremely unique and forgiving shape designed to accommodate a wide variety of surf conditions. The boards’ fuller outline creates immense speed and flow through rail-to-rail transitions and the extra foam under your chest gets you into waves with ease.

Available in a large variety of sizes this board can be thrown around like a shortboard or ridden like a longboard on the nose with a larger centre fin. The Carbon Jet’s 4+1 configuration allows the rider to set this board up in accordance to the wave conditions or the riders own personal preference.

This board has been years in the making and combines Beau's knowledge of surfboard design and cutting edge carbon infused cloth technology to ensure a superior shape and design. The deck is completely reinforced with carbon infused cloth allowing for amazing flex qualities with extra drive when top-to-bottom surfing. The extra patch over the fins gives stiffness through the fins, producing power and spring through bottom turns whilst also increasing speed and flow. This combined with a unique twin channel in the last quarter assists water flow and enhances speed and hold on the waves face. 

If you are after a one board quiver or that next go to golden board then the Carbon Jet is well worth consideration.

Best suited for Beginners to Experienced users who want increased drive, control and speed


Length Width Thickness Volume
5'6 20  1/4 2  1/4 31L
5'10 20  7/8 2  1/2 37.6L
6'0 21 2 5/8 41.1L
6'4 21  1/2 2  5/8 44.8L
6'10 22 2  3/4 52L


Weight Beginner Intermediate Advanced
< 50KG 6'0 5'10 5'6
50-60KG 6'4 5'10 5'6
60-70KG 6'4 6'0 5'6
70-80KG 6'10 6'0 5'10
80-90KG 6'10 6'4 5'10
90-100KG 6'10 6'4 6'0
100-110KG N/A 6'10 6'4
> 110KG  N/A 6'10 6'10


Specification Description
Construction PU Foam / Carbon strip full deck + 6oz  / 6oz + carbon tail bottom
Rocker Low entry
Concave Single to Double with channel
Skill Level Intermediate/Intermediate - Advanced
Rail Type Soft 40/60
Fin Configuration 4+1 Fin Configuration
Box Single + Twin Tab
Complimentary Fins 2+1 TSBW Starter Fin Set
Tail Type Rounded Square
Care Instructions View a copy of our Product Care Manual
Board Advice Learn more about Board Types, Construction and Specifications here

Product Reviews

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  1. What I was looking for

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Feb 2018

    The board is everything that they said it would be.
    Very happy with the service and very happy with the board.
    Thank you.

  2. Versatile all rounder

    Posted by Rowza on 30th Jan 2018

    Was lucky to have my first surf of the new 6'10 carbon jet in peaky, head high, walling lefts (as a natural footer and larger 100kg+ surfer). I was very impressed with the speed generated from takeoff, the ability to handle steep drops (thought it would struggle with the flattish rocker), the speed at which I could glide past difficult sections and the ease at which the board could be turned. I preferred the feeling of the standard fin configuration (single + side stabilisers) over a quad set-up. It is likely to become my all rounder board in most conditions now!

  3. Think Shortboard Not Mini Mal

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Dec 2017

    I’ve been surfing the Carbon Jet in knees high to head high waves. It paddles well, and the flat entry gets into waves easily and across flat sections. Not as good as a nine footer, but definitely better than a fish. With a good set of quads, its fast, turns easily and feels surprisingly light. This morning was about 2 to 3 foot, generally full except near take off and in close to shore. On a Mal you would have been restricted to a couple of cutbacks before flicking off, or on a Fish you would have struggled a bit through the flat sections but you would have still been able to do a few cutbacks and reo’s as well. I got a ridiculous number of waves and had a great session on the Carbon Jet. It’s kind of exciting when a board makes froth.

  4. Fun little Nugget

    Posted by Bob on 12th Dec 2017

    Have taken my C-Jet out a couple times now in 1-2' with a quad set up. She paddles really well, but is a heavy little lady - that 6x6 glassing adds some serious weight to her. Seems to get in on seemingly unmake-able waves fairly easily and glides along quite smoothly. Is a fun option for the summer slop and can't wait to try her out with a single fin plus 2 option. Overall she feels like a really nice curvy little weapon. Yewwww:)

  5. Cruisy Speed

    Posted by Glenn on 27th Oct 2017

    A fun summer board, when its not critical but there is not enough push for your small board. Good in flat sections when you need speed to make the next section in those summer beach breaks
    Turns well, glides off the top, paddles ok. Need a few more surfs to really get a feel of it

  6. Nice looking board

    Posted by Guff on 27th Sep 2017

    The product arrived and the board looks great. I purchased the 6'10" which has the volume I like. I have taken it out in some small waves and it performed well. I wouldn't mind if under the Product Description & Specifications they listed the weight of the board. I felt the board was a lot heavier than I expected which may be an advantage in some conditions, yet to see.

  7. Brilliant!

    Posted by Paul on 11th Sep 2017

    Very happy. My board arrived safe and sound, and quickly. That is not the only thing that is quick. Paddles well, I am getting into waves easier, and on my first wave I was shocked at how quick the board was. The Jet is exactly that... a Jet! Love it.


    Posted by John on 13th Dec 2016

    It ticks all the wont be disappointed with this Jet!
    So easy to get onto the waves and very buoyant but sturdy when paddling.
    Very happy customer!

  9. Too much fun for a Sunday

    Posted by Nathan on 25th Oct 2016

    I am just an average surfer who like most of us just wants more waves, after seeing a bloke out on one recently and quizzing him about the board I jumped online and found these guys, I did my home work and it was ticking all the boxes. I spoke with the guys at SW and that was enough to get the deal done. The board is really well finished and was well packaged for shipping, from the first wave I paddled in to I felt really comfortable on it I stayed out for a couple of hours on it in 2-3 ft bumpy conditions and had a ball, best board I've ridden in a while.
    It does what it says on the tin, thanks guys!

  10. All rounder

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Sep 2016

    At 36 years of age after a 15 year 'break' from surfing I spent 6 months on a 7'8" beginner board before hopping onto this and I absolutely love it. I'm 5'11" and 80kg and decided on a 6'4" given my relatively recent reintroduction to surfing. I know I could definitely go smaller and would advise you to do so if you have more experience than me. Still, I have no regrets with my choice of board or its size because it's just so fun to surf and so versatile. From knee high beachies to 5 foot point breaks (which is about my limit anyway) this thing rocks. It's heaps fast, turns well and is super stable. It's so easy to paddle and catch waves on and it even dives OK for its volume / my weight too (i.e. no dramas getting it through solid 3-4 foot swell). I've mucked around with a few short boards over this past six months but I always come back to this because basically it does pretty much everything I want it to do. It's awesome if you just want to cruise but you can definitely throw up a bit of spray too. It will get airborne and a decent surfer would probably even land on the board. Similarly, it will get into a barrel and a decent surfer would probably even get it out of there again. Thumbs up all around. I'm eyeing off a 6' Zephyr because I want to drop a few Litres, but I'll definitely be hanging onto my Carbon Jet.

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