The TRAX has a long heritage and is one of F-One’s most popular twin tips. It is the ultimate freeride and freestyle board with a unique feeling on the water, offering both speed and comfort with fantastic glide. The HRD Rail plays a significant role in the way the board performs, and it sets it apart from everything else out there.
We review the flagship Twin-tips from F-One This test first appeared in issue #98 in March 2019 Watch the KW Test Video! Test Team Notes: It’s quite a marvel – to be able to produce a board that both beginners and those wanting to use boots can ride, as well as everyone in between. Of […]
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.
The TRAX has a long heritage and is one of the most popular twin tips on the market. It is the ultimate freeride and freestyle board with a unique feeling on the water, offering both speed and comfort. The HRD Rail plays a significant role in the way the board performs, and it sets it apart from everything else out there. Available in Carbon or Lite Tech construction- sizes: 135, 136, 137 & 140cm
The TRAX has been the F-One best seller for years. Still is. It has always come in two constructions, Lite Tech and Carbon. This year, F-One is introducing a price point TRAX, call the ESL Series, following in the footsteps of the MITU ESL Series. ESL stands for Essential with a focus on optimizing construction process to minimize cost, and keep the shape and program as close as possible to the Lite Tech or Carbon series. Equipped with the Platinum 3 Pads/Strap, Unibox Fins and Handle. Width is quite wide so a 135 x 42cm would be the equivalent of a 137 x 42 Trax Lite Tech. When you choose a twin-tip the length is an important factor, but the width as well !
Source: thekiteboarder.com TKB REVIEW: 2018 F-ONE TRAX HRD LT APRIL 3, 2018 Sizes Available: 135 x 39cm, 136 x 40.5cm, 137 x 42cm, 140 x 45cm Sizes Tested: 136 x 40.5cm, 140 x 45cm F-One Says: New for 2018 is the Trax HRD Lite Tech. Its optimized deck design features better volumes and core thickness […]
On the water the ride through chop is sublime, the HRD rail tech works well to smooth out the bimps and reduce spray. Combined with the softer flex of the glass version you are rewarded with incredible pop and release off the water. The wide outline of the 137 and the deep channels in the bottom of the board then help to smooth the landings. We found the Trax HRD to be a very easy and forgiving board to ride.
The 2017 Trax HRD Lite Tech Series is classified as our high-performance Freestyle kiteboard. Offered in sizes 135, 136, 137 & 140 cm. There is also a “GIRL” Color schema offered in 135 & 136 sizes (identical shape offered in 2x color options).
It’s official ! the F-One 2017 Kiteboarding collection is now out and they’re is a lot to offer. See it all in action in the latest video, the Endless Playground, then keep on scrolling to check out the kite, board and foil options.
The Trax HRD Lite Tech is the state of the art freestyle board providing futuristic sensations! Offered with the new Lite Tech Technology, and available in sizes 135, 136, 137 & 140 cm, learn more about the 2016 Trax HRD Lite Tech series today!
One of the longest serving twintips currently in existence, the Trax has had a big and colorful visit from the design department for 2016. And she’s certainly a beautiful thing. – Thekitemag.com