Yeah, on a 16 mm thick deck.ronnie wrote:It will be an achievement if they have made the mini-tuttles work with 25 cm fins.
This is supposedly a test in choppy conditions.milous master wrote:How would these perform in chop or waves? Or are they really flat water boards?
Thanks for the vid. Looks quite flat? Has it got any concave built it? Would you be able put a side photo of it?haiku wrote:Hi. I had five sessions with the Flyboards Razor and I can say that is quite different from any freerace and freeride directional boards I've ever tried. Due to the construction only my old Shinn Capri GT has some similarities but speaking about performances the Razor remains just unique. It is more techinical than a freeride board but a way superior in overall performances. Very fast upwind and downwind, tacking and jibing are very easy but what impressed me was also its jumping abilities. In this regards can be compared with the Flyboards Flyrace, a very fast twin tip that is very good in aerial tricks. The following short video shows the Razor in action:
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