The Trax Lite Tech features the HRD rails which is a reverse rolled rail which you can feel in the way this board smoothly slides through chop and carves. Testers commented on the board’s good overall weight (though it’s not quite as light as the carbon version of the Trax) and excellent scores across the board as a user-friendly twin tip offering solid performance and grip for more aggressive freeriders.
Overall the 51TS has a nice flexible feel. It’s not quite as stiff as some of the surfboard foilboard constructions out there but it offers unparalleled durability with all-around good handling that works for entry-level and intermediate foilers.
The TRAX ESL is all about having fun on the water. This new board is based on the long TRAX heritage and implements some of the latest thinking developed on the WTF?! to offer a unique blend of comfort, performances and ease of ride. Available in 134 & 135 sizes for 2019 – read the complete review online.
“The F-One Pocket Foilboard is one of our favorite freeride boards at 130cm x 47cm with 21.1 liters of flotation. The Pocket is a super fun foilboard that finds a happy medium between flotation and keeping the volume minimalist for more intermediate to advanced riding.”
“Really light kite, great for light wind and foiling; had great power and was stable when the wind picked up. Medium bar pressure, good turning speed, and great hangtime in the light wind with nice manageable power for foiling.” Breeze V2 available in 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17m sizes.
Mitu is very meticulous and involved when it comes to his Pro Model. There’s no shortcut with his testing. His approach is fueled by a lot of curiosity and a very fine analysis on how the board operates. Totally focused from day one, he invests all his experience into the tests. Offshore, side-off, onshore, Ponta Preta, Kite-beach, surfing, jumping, the board must tick all the boxes to be this all-in-one ripping machine. Sizes: 5’2, 5’4, 5’6, 5’8, 5’10
Nine years in the making the LV Classic has been an event to raise money for the local up and coming generation of children in La Ventana, Baja California Mexico. This year the LV Classic met their goal by raising more than 25 thousand US dollars to go toward educating these young individuals who would not be able to receive a proper education otherwise.
F-One & Manera will be in town for the month and will be fully outfitted with 2017 gear available to demo. Our Kite, Paddle and Foil Range has expanded and is a must see. Complete event information can be found at laventanaclassic.com
Source: www.thekiteboarder.com Tkb LW Review: 2016 F-One Fish Sizes Available: 5’6”, 5’10” Sizes Tested: 5’10” F-One Says: Our FISH boards are high performance surf boards designed for light wind use. They’re so good that they are able to generate apparent wind thanks to their sheer speed. Featuring straight rocker lines, they can get on plane […]
Great wind in celebration for Kinsley! The 14th annual KiteXpo in Pismo beach kicked off with solid winds gusting from the mids 20’s throughout the day. This three-day event brought together kiteboarders from across the country to California for the largest free kiteboarding demo in North America.