What could be better than having team riders whose biggest concern for next season's board is the colour of its graphics? Well, our graphic statement is clear, so you can rest assured we dedicate our time to making sure the shape is the best it can possibly be. Simply put, the FreeStyle is an incredibly easy board to sail - it planes early, is quick to accelerate, has a great top speed and pops, slides and carves with complete control. With this board you can fully concentrate on your moves, your style and be out there on the water for hours without tiring, so you can train hard for competitions or just have fun busting out your best moves and learning new tricks.
It's obvious that these boards need to be ready to take all kinds of impact from moves that don't go quite as planned. And, as tough as we make them, it's just not possible to avoid damage altogether, especially when the board is pushed to the extremes. However, we can proudly say that we probably have the strongest boards on the market. Carbon/Kevlar is the material combination we choose for both the deck and bottom to build a light and solid board that still allows a minor degree of flexibility. To protect the Kevlar from harsh UV-rays, allow the lightest possible finish and match our uniform graphic identity, the fibre is laminated with black resin and finished with a white coat which is sanded back by around 75%.
Technology - Composite Semi Custom Sandwich
Core Material - EPS (Styrofoam)
Sandwish Material - PVC Sheet
Final Lamination - Deck: Full Carbon/Kevlar 90°-90° (Black Resin) / Bottom: Full Carbon/Kevlar 90°-90° (Black Resin)
Shape DetailsScoop Rocker Line - The bottom curve has been taken from the Slalom range and adapted in the nose area to have a bit more height. Early planing, acceleration and top speed are the main performance aspects you need before you pop the board into a manoeuvre.
Rail Shape - Thin in the nose area to reduce weight. Boxy rails in the mid-section to avoid water sucking up the deck and to provide flotation throughout and after the moves. Medium sized rails in the tail to allow for flotation during moves whilst remaining grippy in the carve.