Jdizzle wrote: Telekiter wrote:
Another one that has seen "The Light"
I thought I saw the light...but then I tried a Shinn. Smoother through chop...better pop...better boards FULL STOP.
Gintronic pulls the Mako's pants down
Here is the sales pitch for the Gintronic board. So...which size Gintronic were you comparing to which size Mako?
From my experience, any "little" board flys through chop. The beauty of a Mako is that even the "big" (150 cm) Makos, handle chop very well.... along with handling low wind well, do to it's large size.
"....the Shinn Gintronic defies chop, flies upwind and planes on a summers breeze whilst all the time allowing you to think about what YOU want to do and not what your board ALLOWS you to do.
This board refuses to be categorized, it’s not freestyle and it’s not freeride, can we call it the worlds first funride board?
Directed towards any level of kiter who wants to ride and play, Gintronic fills a previously open slot in the Shinn range - with no strings attached...."
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