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eloico
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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby eloico » Tue Jul 23, 2013 11:46 pm

That board looks very similar to the RL board 2 PC, from the point of view of construction and materials:

http://kitesyndikat24.de/index.php?opti ... Itemid=123

I have one and I am very happy with it. It has little rocker, it means it is early planner, but not the best in choppy or waves.

RL 2 PCs is 569 Euros.

I have heard that Nobile is bringing a split board in October, which seems to have a very fast mounting system.

Eloico.

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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby cichenlùp » Thu Jul 25, 2013 4:09 pm

eree wrote:whatever guys...
i still waiting for appraisal for new great mens wetsuit for freestylers:
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best of all - no need for BS (aka boardshorts)

p.s. i'm going to keep this picture forever...



.... :lol: :lol: :lol: can't believe... he's perfectly halfway between borat and bruno's look!!!!!!
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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby darippah » Thu Jul 25, 2013 5:33 pm

I'd love to get one of these, but wouldn't pay more than $500 for any board... hoping to find one used

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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby kiwimike » Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:39 pm

I have had a few goes on the re solve board now and my conclusion is this is a good travel board. The board is more square and has almost no rocker making it tricky for lifestyle tricks. It also has allot of flex which i don't really like. To minimalist the flex i moved the pads and straps to the closest setting. This aside once broken down it fits into a duffel bag with 2 kites weighs 15kg. Really the ultimate travel kit. I will look for the link to this dufflebag as it is perfect for travel. It even has wheels and only cost 16pounds to purchase.
To summaries would not sell my non breakdown board and replace it with this split one however i will only travel with a split board from now on.

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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby William Munney » Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:47 pm

kiwimike wrote:I have had a few goes on the re solve board now and my conclusion is this is a good travel board. The board is more square and has almost no rocker making it tricky for lifestyle tricks. .


What's a llifestyle trick? Sounds sketchy....

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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby jb74 » Fri Jul 26, 2013 7:58 pm

Thank buy for the info. I have to decide these days whether I buy one or will rent on the spot.

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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby jb74 » Fri Jul 26, 2013 8:00 pm

The first phrase suppose to be: Thanks a lot guys for the info. :D

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Re: Split Kiteboards: Re | Solve

Postby kiwimike » Sat Jul 27, 2013 8:58 pm

Freeystyle. Just bought a new tablet thing. Currently on holiday and it is hard to drive after a few beers. All i can say is i am an anoluge guy In a digital age.

William Munney wrote:
kiwimike wrote:I have had a few goes on the re solve board now and my conclusion is this is a good travel board. The board is more square and has almost no rocker making it tricky for lifestyle tricks. .


What's a llifestyle trick? Sounds sketchy....


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