In the UK these boards will dry up soon.. we have limited stock for the rest of the year, I can imagine the same happening elsewhere. For me they are the best thing since the de-power kite (assuming you like de-power kites!!) lol"It's just a dream in lightwinds..
The upwind and downwid reaches are so fast, and unlike out and out raceboards, the downwind reaches are surprisingly untechnical and the board doesn't keep rocking about, trying to throw you off."
"These boards represent the future. How can se sum up the 54 and 60? We love the 60. Lots of people have shied away from buying a raceboard because they become obsolete pretty quickly. You can buy the 60 knowing that its going to be as fun in a couple of years as it is now and turning up to race you're not going to be let down by your gear. It's smooth but not so smooth that you cant feel anything but it doesn't pound your knees either. The low wind performance mixed with the relative ease of use compared to full on raceboards is increadible. We went out on the 15m dyno and the 60 and left windsurfers on their battleships and enormous sails for dust. They couldn't believe how we were going so fast. The 60 is a rocket ship. 54 faster and better than a surfboard in light winds with 4 fins for any comps."
"Seriously, they are more technical to ride than a light wind twin tip, and you do have to commit to a slight change in technique, but we promise that the skills needed to ride these are well within your reach."
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