Proton Pro

Race Single.

Jackson by Paul


Proton Pro

Race Single

The third version of the Proton Pro has an extremely wide wind range. The rockers have been substantially reworked, with a slightly lower entry rocker, improving planing and top speed significantly.

The outlines have gotten more parallel, meaning a wider tail for more power and a more comfortable stance as well as a slightly wider nose that gives a bit more lift and early planing. The deck has also been closely re-examined and gotten flatter, so when you are gybing the boards are more stable. The deck around the footsteps has been made more comfortable so you can ride for longer and push harder.

The bottom shapes have been reworked with quite a lot more V and V-Concave through the entire board, giving it more power and easier railing possibilities, plus extra control. The double step cutouts are still very generous, but occupy slightly less area, less area meaning less resistance and therefor more speed, while the wider outline delivers the lift needed in lighter winds. Specific size constructions for every size deliver a customized build, with full carbon fibres running in specialized directions. As the boards get bigger, the carbon construction gets stiffer. The rear 3/4 of the bottom come sanded bare.

Pro Full Carbon & S-Glass Hull Construction.

Available in 97, 117, 137 liters.

Sizes 117, 137 come foil ready.

Neon yellow & white on metallic yellow.

Tuttle / Deep Tuttle center finbox.

Proton Pro

Race Single.


Pro Full Carbon Hull.

Fused Cell Core. The Goya Pro Carbon & S-Glass construction comes with a Fused Cell Core made from EPS. Fused Cell Expanded Polystyrene is a high quality, low weight, rigid, closed cell foam used in advanced modern production boardmaking.

Hyper Skin HD. The entire board is covered in Hyper Skin HD. Hyper Skin is Goya’s proprietary High Density Foam Sandwich, delivering an immensely rigid structure at an extremely light weight. Covering deck, rails and bottom in it, gives Goya Pro boards their incomparable flex and longevity. A third stronger, stiffer and lighter than conventional boards.

Core Axis Reinforcements. These long and wide carbon patches act as superior backbones, making your board stiffer and eliminating distortions. They furthermore ready your board* to carry a hyrofoil. (* Proton 96, 116, 136).

Full Carbon Hull. Biaxial Carbon is the perfect reinforcement for adding global torsional stiffness across the board, which is why we cover the entire hull of our uncompromising Race boards in it, meaning deck, bottom and rails. Our Race boards are unforgivingly stiff because they are made to unapologetically win.

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Proton Pro

Race Single.

Proton Pro

Race Single.

Proton Pro

Race Single.


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Rainer Dischinger, Germany  
Oct 01, 2019 

Der 2020er 137 ist das beste Brett, dass ich je gefahren bin. Gleitet super früh, sehr frei und gut zu kontrollieren! Bitte bringt ein Board zwischen den 137er und dem 117er raus.

Tatyana, Germany  
Sep 24, 2019 

Attractive and bold graphic design.

The board flies high and free over the chop and feels light on the feet, but remains always good controllable. Downwind reaches and jibing were also no problem and comfortable.

It is great fun to ride for a hobby surfer!

PWA, World Tour  
Sep 18, 2019 

Ben van der Steen (Goya Windsurfing) rekindled his racing flame today as the Flying Dutchman enjoyed his best day in quite some time on the world tour. Van der Steen won every qualifying heat he sailed today to deservedly book his place in both winners’ finals and is currently ranked third.
Current Ranking 2019 Hvide Sande PWA World Cup - Men’s Slalom
*After 2 Eliminations

1st Pierre Mortefon (FRA | Fanatic / Duotone / Chopper Fins)
2nd Matteo Iachino (ITA | Starboard / Severne)
3rd Ben van der Steen (NED | Goya Windsurfing)
4th Ross Williams (GBR | Tabou / GA Sails)
5th Basile Jacquin (FRA | I-99 / Point-7)
6th Taty Frans (NB | Future Fly / Point-7)
7th Sebastian Kornum (DEN | JP / NeilPryde)
8th Enrico Marotti (CRO | JP / NeilPryde)
9th Maciek Rutkowski (POL | FMX Racing / Challenger Sails)
10th Antoine Questel (FRA | I-99 / S2Maui)

Peter, Germany  
Jul 28, 2019 

I drive the 116 Proton and the 105 Bolt and I'm so happy with them. Meanwhile I completely switched to Goya and also the sails. Thanks to the Goya team for the great work. Regards Peter

Windsurf.Co.Uk, Proton is one of the most accessible contenders in this group, and comes into its own in challenging sea states.  
Dec 09, 2018

Wade, Australia  
Aug 23, 2018 

Congratulations – Proton 136

I own your Proton 136, which I use for foiling purposes. I have other foilboards, but I must say that your board is exceptional and a real joy to sail. I treat it like a slalom board in the air and it really lets me press the foil and not just merely ride it. My first Goya board and I will buy more.

wade aust

Manny, Texas  
Jul 24, 2018 

136 Proton with 10.6 NX custom:

Andrea Cucci, Italia  
May 08, 2018

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