Join the Naish Race Team
We want to take you to the next level. Passionate paddlers and dedicated racers are invited to join the Naish Team in receiving team rider pricing.
Participation is easy. Simply fill out the registration form by February 1st, 2018 and you will be contacted by a sales rep in your territory.
Order must be placed by February 1st, 2018.
Results Don’t Lie
There’s a reason world champions choose the Naish race line time and time again—it them to the top of the most prestigious podiums in the world. Below are just some of the 2017 winning results won on Naish gear:
- Red Bull Heavy Water (Casper Steinfath)
- ISA SUP World Championships Sprint Men and Womens divisions (Casper Steinfath and Manca Notar)
- Molokai 2 Oahu (Bernd Roediger)
- Maui 2 Molokai (Bernd Roediger)
- Naish Columbia Gorge Paddle Challenge Downwind and Overall (Bernd Roediger)
- Maui Jim Gorge Downwinds Championship (Bernd Roediger)
- European SUP CUP Technical Race Division (Casper Steinfath)
Shaped to Win
Engineered for maximum efficiency, Naish Malikos build and maintain momentum, combat turbulence, prevent fatigue and provide the most direct power transfer from stroke to stroke for prolonged endurance and maximum speed.
Become the Best
Put your board to work for you. Join Casper Steinfath, Kai Lenny and the rest of the Naish Team in clocking your fastest race times with the best performance-optimizing race shapes on the market.
Q: Who can participate?
A: Anyone ready to take their racing to the next level is invited to join.
Q: How do I get started?
A: Simply fill out the form to be contacted by a Naish representative.
Q: What products can be purchased through the SUP Domestic Racer Program?
A: The program is exclusive to our line of elite race equipment:
Maliko race boards are highly specialized equipment. Handle with care. Engineered for peak performance, this lightweight carbon construction is susceptible to breakage from excessive pressure or repetitive blows to the structure. Use caution when transporting and riding as such damage is considered normal wear and tear and is not covered under warranty.