YOLO 12'6 Sokudo Racing Stand Up Paddleboard



• For intermediate to expert riders
• Lightweight carbon fiber construction for ultra high performance
• Available in 23.5" & 25" width
• Includes three mountable carrying straps
• Designed by YOLO Race Team captain EJ Johnson and master shaper Lance Erickson



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The YOLO Sokudo is a limited edition high-performance Stand Up Paddleboard designed to take your SUP racing skills to the next level. As the name suggests, the Sokudo line is high velocity. It's sleek design provides for a soft and forgiving entry that lets the rider track their own course. An exceptional downwind board that floats with little resistance through the bumps, the Sokudo performs with equal precision upwind as its design keeps the nose riding up over the chop. Softer rails on the front end of the board give the rider a reprieve in sidewinds and swell allows the board to work with the paddler's stroke. YOLO Board's race team captain and paddle designer, EJ Johnson, stamped this race board with his own seal of approval as he personally collaborated in the design process of this built-for-speed race board with master shaper Lance Erickson.

  • LENGTH: 12'6
  • WIDTH: 23.5” OR 25"
  • WEIGHT: 24 lbs
  • VOLUME: 288 liters
  • RIDER LIMIT: 180 lbs


YOLO 10' Coiled SUP Leash - Red

YOLO 10' Coiled SUP Leash - Red




What paddle board is right for me?
To get started choosing the right stand up paddle board ask yourself the following questions. Then browse our Board Finder to see what floats your boat.

• What activities do you plan to do on your board?
• What is your experience level?
• What is the right board for your height and weight?
How do I clean and maintain my Paddle Board?
• Avoid prolonged exposure to sun.
• Rinse off & dry before storing.
• Fix dings with epoxy resin only (not polyester resin).
• Make sure vent plug is screwed in with your fingers (not a tool),“tight to the right”- do not ever turn it to the left or unscrew it.
• Make sure your fin screw is tight before you go into the water. Fins should be removed occasionally and fin box rinsed out.
• Fins should never hit the sand, whether paddling or surfing.
What are your boards made of?
We use many different construction techniques on a wide variety of products including; fiberglass, carbon fiber, rotomolded plastic, and marine grade rubber.
What makes your boards different from others on the market?
We’ve been leading the industry in construction technique, process, and design since 2007. The legendary Bill Bahne serves as our production manager with over 50 years experience in the surf and skate industry. We stand behind the quality of our products with the best customer service in the industry.