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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 11:24 am 
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Bullocks NPR,the new tool that a kite is opens a world of possibilities and
opportunities in styles and boarddesigns,save your conservative opinions for church and politics not for kiteboarding .Open your mind my friend,
and enjoy :bye: :bye:


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Hi Guy,
I'm sorry for the late response, but I live in Europe, and we have a different time zone...... :wink:

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AWESOME!!!

Now that's a wave :thumb:

Where is that?


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@Kilokite:
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Are the rails rounded ???


No, the rails aren't rounded. They are like a normal twin tips board. Shaped by Galta on a Wood Airex strong core. So you recive from the board an exaggerated carving ability.

LENGHT 144cm
CENTER 40cm
TIPS 21cm
ROCKER 5,5 cm
WEIGHT 1,8 kg


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@Toby:
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the tips look flexi, are they?


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The wood airex strong core, with the flex tips, give to the board more control in landing and chop.
All the board have a good flex, not only the tips.:bye:

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2006 3:39 pm 
That looks excellent and I am confident it will ride the same. Pity I didn`t see it about 4 weeks ago when I ordered 2 underground boards to try in the waves without seeing or trying either and they should arrive this month and I couldn`t find a new-old Loose Wave anywhere. Although I am sure they will be just fine maybe even super, that new Ripp fits all the criteria I wanted especially TT, length/width, those pads look like they will work really well, and the flex sounds good. I had a looseAX160(lost a while ago) which was the most comfortable board for me and bombproof. ......I`m gonna have to get one!!!!


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@Trant:
The spot is Capo Verde, the rider is Mitu, the board is a Ripp 2006 and the kite is a W.Tribe 2005. :thumb:
Here another picture:

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That looks a fantastic wave, most can only dream of such conditions
:D :D :D


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I`ve seen Mitu in the Stance DVD , he lives in Cabo Verde and has been ripping these PERFECT waves for years(surf,windsurf and kitesurf) ...
He sure can ride wave!!!
Go Mitu!!!

Thanx for the nice pix


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Hey alex,
I know loose, i had quite a few of their boards, and am listed as their dealer for mexico, i have not bought any of their boards recently since the euro went up so much. i will be in italy next summer and want to pick up some of their new boards.
Do you have any pictures of the new hard core board?


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