The new bottom curve has been taken from the Slalom range and adapted at the nose lift. Early planing, acceleration and top speed before a manoeuvre is needed and this new concept has shown its performance improvements.
A short, new-school outline that’s long enough to get some air under the nose for higher jumps. The correct length in front of the mast-track is also needed to have enough planing surface while sliding backwards to allow the pop in to the next rotation.
Flat panel V allows earlier planing, great acceleration and top speed. The reactivity from rail to rail aids in manoeuvres and multiple spins.
A dome deck in the footstrap area gives important grip under the feet. A flatter deck surrounding the mast-track area gives more comfort when out of the straps.
The new geometric tail outline has reduced the surface area for better acceleration, top speed and easier pop. The bigger volume and thickness of the board prevents the tail from sinking while sliding backwards.
3 Strap positions
Freestyle boards need to be strong to resist impacts. Today, Carbon/Kevlar is the best material to build a light and solid board whilst still allowing some flexibility. With our full deck and bottom Carbon/Kevlar construction you will get the lightest and strongest quality available. To protect the Kevlar from harsh UV-rays and allow the lightest possible finish we are using black resin with 50% sanded off white paint.