Protoy 2007

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Brand: Airush


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The new Protoy fuses our newest shaping technology with precision-engineered materials. The Spinal core, Custom X Laminate, and CRT Tips offer uncompromised drive and response. Building from our 06 model and still featuring the unique double concave and flip-tip design, new sizes have been masterminded in conjunction with our pro team to meet the demands of radical freestyle riders.

Included in the Protoy Range for 07, the new Exile features our premium construction and a completely new shape. Derived from the Protoy, the Double concave bottom and flip-tip design radically improve the ride in chop, while the Spinal Core ensures reduced weight and increased durability. Experience the next level of definitive performance.


  • Engineered contest versatility.
  • Our most advancde construction featuring Spinal Core, CRT and Custom X.
  • Range includes an all new Exile/Protoy for 2007, combining the awesome lightwind performance of the Exile with the design philosophy and performance of the Protoy.
  • Unique double concave bottom and flip tip ends effortlessly soak up chop while ensures the softest landings.



Rails: ABS rails for a combination of durability and a forgiving ride.

Rocker: The three stage rocker is combined with the “eye” single concave this unique concave

Flex: Intermediate flex offers good low wind performance combined with a smooth ride.

Bottom shape: Our Unique “Eye” concave ensure early planning, stability at speed and a softer ride in chop.

Outline: CAD scaled outlines give the switch range a consistent feel in all sizes. The Switch outline features a wide center point with relatively narrower tips. The width ensures ease of use and early planning while the narrower tips increase control an edging when at speed.

Fins: The wake series fins offer a combination of good tracking while being forgiving when turning. Heel fins ensure the Switch’s are easier to drive upwind and hold the heel edge in.


The Airush Biotech construction is a spin-off from snowboard technology where a vertical wood core sandwich is combined with stepped construction and an ABS rail. While wood cores have long been renowned for their feel and smoothness, we added a triaxial construction, which ensures a perfect blend of flex, response, and durability. A PPT layer on the bottom deck enhances the durability without limiting the flex characteristics.

The Flytech construction allows us to feature a “shaped” rail, which is more forgiving and ideal for entry-level and surf-oriented products.

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At Airush our passion for building the ultimate kiteboard verges on religious fanaticism. Central to our design process is shape technology. By prototyping and testing among our design centers in Australia, Hawaii, and the UK, we focus on developing technology that will suit various riding styles and accommodate diverse conditions around the world. As kiteboarding diversifies, Airush has focused on developing various core, rail, and laminate technologies to ensure the best strength-to-weight ratio in each product and to offer the highest level of shape-enhancing performance. New developments on high volume boards, such as the Flytech Construction, ensure that we can offer reduced weight in the Converse series. In lower volume products such as the Protoy, where massive amounts of flex and damage tolerance are required, we have developed the definitive spinal core. In its second year, our unique Biotech vertical-wood sandwich has proven itself as a benchmark for durability and smooth responsiveness.

Core Technology & Construction Technology

Kiteboards are exposed to a complex matrix of forces that place significant load on the laminates and cores. Through ongoing development we have optimized the strength, durability, and flex response to meet the demands of each rider group. Too much board flex is not always a good thing. Riders who are heavier or ride more overpowered would generally prefer a slightly stiffer board. Riders who are lighter or prefer to ride with slightly less power would normally prefer a slightly more flexible board.



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