Yes, I had my eye on the tronic at one time. It was the one board where I could really get the board behind my head when doing one of those Dimitri style one-footers. The shape of the Tronic definitely has its advantages. What size Tronic did you get ?janhantke wrote:Hi,
after riding the Fylsurfer RAdical 136 (Im 78kg anf going with 14sqm Boost usually) I did decide to go with the Cabrinha Tronic from now on. This is due to:
- very loose due to smaller tips (old school shape). This helps me a a lot when picking up speed and then curving into the wind for great popping before I jump). And is great fun when playing in waves and making downloop transitions
- 4 concarves on the bottom make every landing super easy and safe.
- outline has special rail which makes it easy to grab and hold board while duing boardoffs
Disadvantage, it doesnd glide super early and the pads are not good. Need to replace them. Any idea which pads are the lightest?
I am considering the tronic, either 141* 42 or 137*41. What would you recommend? I am 68 kg, have switchblades 9/12 m, doing mostly hooked moves, and ride 80% in choppy waters, in winds 15-20 knots. Do you think the 137 is too small? I find strange is that 137 is the smallest they offer..this makes me doubt..my last board was a 135 Airush switchjanhantke wrote:I did take the 141 version. Due to the small tips it is important to take one size larger than you would take usually. otherwhise it starts very very slow
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