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22.000,-
Merke: Carbon ART
Carbon art for den som er ute etter sitt individuelle brett, hvor du kan velge mellom ulike konstruksjoner, farge kombinasjoner, graphic og ikke minst har du også mulighet til å ta noen små justeringer på shapen om du har behov for det. Produksjon og Leveringstid +- 6 uker. Pris som er oppgitt er levert Vestby. For mye mer informasjon sjekk deres bra hjemmeside : http://www.carbonartwindsurf.com/boards/kina-wave/ Ta kontakt for bestilling og veiledning. tag@surfone.no / 98993646 KINA Wave “ [kee-nuh] (noun) sea urchin, Evechinus chloroticus – a marine creature with threatening weaponlike spikes, feeds on waves and extreme attitude. ” The hyper dynamic wave destroying machine. Our DTL specialist, designed, tested and refined to bring out the best in you on those magic days, ideal shapes that work best in side to side offshore and long period swell, hitting point breaks, reefs or beach breaks. A progressive rocker line combines with a forward vee feeding into double concave bottom shape, delivering exhilirating wave performance. You’ll be riding in parts of the wave that were previously out of reach, with more speed and power than you ever thought possible. This dynamic shape provides a perfected balance of drive and release, from top to bottom on the wave face. Subtle accelerated tail kick and aggressive pintail with a full outline curve between the feet, make for fast explosive manoeuvres above the lip and a flowing controlled style in the critical parts of the wave, but still keeps drive and speed through flatter sections. A wider more aggressive stance position enables better control, style and landings during aerial manoeuvres. And the fuller, flatter deck shape around the mid-forward section, heightens low wind ability, while the rear tail section is refined and action focused, designed to deliver the control you demand. The highlight of the Kina really is the combination of drive and release , giving you the ultimate pass to expression and freedm on or above the wave face. The KINA – serious wave weaponry. KINA Wave Board Price All constructions supplied with premium footstraps, CA-T Series fins + your choice of CA Wave graphic. / KINA Wave Board Specifications KINA Model Volume (ltrs) Width (cm) Length (cm) Weight (kg) Tech | Pro | eLite Fin (cm) Main | Thrusters Sail Range (70-90kg sailor) KINA Wave 75 75 54 218 5.9 | 5.4 | 5 15.5 | 10.5 3.5 - 5.0 KINA Wave 80 80 56 220 6.1 | 5.5 | 5.1 16.5 | 11.5 4.0 - 5.3 KINA Wave 87 87 57.5 225 6.2 | 5.6 | 5.2 17.5 | 11.5 4.0 - 5.3 KINA Wave 92 92 58 226 6.4 | 5.8 | 5.4 18.5 | 11.5 4.0 - 5.5 KINA Wave 99 99 60 228 6.7 | 6.1 | 5.7 18.5 | 12.5 4.0 - 5.6 Tech Construction Kr 22000.- Affordable high quality construction, built tough. ? Pro HD Construction Kr 23500.- Pro edition construction, super strong and light. ? Pro eLITE Construction Kr 25000.- Hyper light pro construction for elite performance.
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24.900,- 19.422,-
Merke: patrik
Dette brett konseptet er laget for kunne hoppe ekstremt høyt uten at det går ut over bølgeridning egenskapene som takler de vanskeligste Onshore forhold til perfekte sideshore forhold. Dette brettet kommer med Powerbox senterfinne og Thruster oppsett og du kan selv trimme brettet fra et perfekt hoppebrett i bump & jump til de perfekte dagene. De høyeste og lengste hoppene kan oppnås med Slalom-utstyr, men de slår ikke på bølgen og motstår absolutt ikke landing Ta kontakt for en god bølge deal. tag@surfone.no Dette sier Patrik selv om shapen som er helt ny for 2020. The highest and furthest jumps can be achieved with Slalom gear but they don’t turn on the wave and definitely don’t resist the landings. This new concept in our range is made for the airtime lovers who don’t want to sacrifice the wave riding. With the Powerbox on the Thruster setup we leave it up to you which fin to choose to go fast and jump high or ride waves and slice turns. SHAPE DETAILS Optical aspect & Footpads: With the new graphic aspect influenced by Italian designer Fabio Canella we are taking a new direction and be more coloured while still keep it simple. The 6mm thick over-dotted diamond groove grip pad has an extra 6mm soft sponge under-layer which makes it total 12mm and very nice and comfortable. Shape: The very fast rocker line with rather little rocker is planning very quick. The “bat-tail” and side cut-outs have a similar effect like on a slalom board and release the water earlier and drive the board up to top speed in no time and make the board feel loose on the straight line and agile in the turns. Scoop-Rocker: Very fast rocker line with little rocker for top planning, acceleration and top speed. Volume distribution: Same as the QT-WAVE it has a balanced thickness under the feet and mast track to be close in contact with the fins for good control, grip and manoeuvrability but it is still thick enough to be able and push for top speed and high jumps. Outline: In comparison to the QT-WAVE it is wider at “1-foot” to be able and push even more for planning, acceleration and top speed. The cut-out on the tail bottom is a kind of hidden winger which reduces the tail width in the back-strap area and brings similar advantages. The reduced surface let the water release earlier and increases especially acceleration and top speed but it also helps to tilt the board over into the bottom turn and roll back easier into the cutback. Bottom Shape: The goal was a fast controlled smooth ride and this we achieved with a single concave under the mast track running into a “double concaved V” under the straps on the two smaller boards while the bigger board performed best with the “double concaved V” running all the way through the bottom. Rails / Tuck: To improve the turning ability on the wider shape we reduced the rail thickness in comparison the QT-Wave. For better and faster release, the tuck is a bit sharper as well and improve the early planning acceleration and top speed. Deck Shape: Flat decks are ankle breaking when it comes to push for top speed and the reduced rail thickness in combination with the slight thicker center of the board makes the deck more dome and much more comfortable when fully planning in the straps. As well the extra dome under the back foot helps to get more grip during the air time rotations and after all the more triangle form on the cross section is stronger for landing jumps. Fin: The F-wave comes equiped with 3x PATRIK fins. Fin boxes: Center Powerbox for more performance on the straight line with 2x side Slot boxes for the extra grip in the turn. Inserts: Each insert has 4-positions and on the front strap has a double plug to be able and change width and angle for different foot size and riding style. CONSTRUCTION The topic where opinions split radically but after all the proof is the choice of the pro riders and this is what we want to offer you and nothing less. Our full deck Carbon Kevlar is lightness and impact strong whereas the Biax fibre on the bottom is giving the extra flex you want for the turns and landings. -WAVE 75 2290 555 75 TBC 5×4 3 1x central Powerbox + 2x slot box F-WAVE 85 2300 585 85 TBC 5×4 3 1x central Powerbox + 2x slot box F-WAVE 95 2330 605 95 TBC 5×4 3 1x central Powerbox + 2x slot box
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24.900,-
Merke: JP
The Ultimate Wave will stun dedicated wave sailors around the globe. You will feel at home at every wave spot in any given conditions. The board carves fast, turns smoothly and maintains speed anywhere from huge down-the-line waves to mushy onshore rollers. It responds instantly to rider input and changes from rail to rail comfortably and extremely quickly. The grip and rail bite will give you the confidence to push your personal limits when carving turns on anything from medium to XXL waves. It will reward progressive sailing with turns that you used to dream of. This is the ultimate wave board! What our riders say Jason Polakow: “The Ultimate Wave 83 was perfect for 8-foot Cloud Break . It has that fast rocker line which helps me to keep my speed off the bottom and the narrow tail really helps the board hold-in off the top” Robby Swift: “The Ultimate Wave is an evolution of the Radical Quad which was already an amazing board. It has more speed, better grip and is all round a better board. I love it because I can honestly take this one board anywhere in the world with me and I know it will work. From Sylt to Pozo to Chile to Maui it has everything I need in all conditions. ” Leon Jamaer: “Ultimate fun wherever I sail no matter if it’s the Baltic Sea or at Skeleton Bay. I really love the acceleration and drive in turns.” Jules Denel: “The Ultimate Wave is my favorite wave board from Wissant to Cape Town to Maui. It works amazingly in all conditions!” After 4 years of development, the Ultimate Wave was introduced to the JP range last year as a successor to the popular Radical Thruster Quad and Thruster Quad. Its speed, early planing and maneuverability made it more than just a worthy replacement. For 2020, the general shape of the board remains unchanged, but several new features make JP‘s all-star performance wave board even more comfortable to use. Double foot-strap holes come at the request of many of our customers and pro riders and completely eliminate any chance of the straps twisting. The foot straps feature measurement markings to allow you to quickly set up your board to your perfect foot strap size. The new, thicker deck-pad increases comfort and cushions the landing of big jumps and aerials. The result is an even more fine-tuned and brilliant wave board which feels at home in side-onshore, side-shore and down the line conditions. Our pro riders tend to choose this board over any other model from PWA competitions in Sylt and the Canaries, all the way to the IWT events in Chile and Maui and the boards excel in all locations. Morgan Noireaux won his third Aloha Classic title using the final prototype of the Ultimate Wave 83. The success of the shape comes from the outline and bottom shape concept. The bottom features a flat V in the front, which transforms into a double concave in the middle, then into a deep single concave under the foot straps and tapers off with a gentle V right at the tail. This creates a flat scoop rocker line in the middle but keeps the curved one on the rail. The flat centre line delivers speed and planing power. A thin rail shape throughout the board in combination with a soft tuck line makes the boards slice through the wave face providing the grip and rail bite everybody is looking for. The quad fin setup enhances top-end wave performance and the 5-fin box setup enables tuning to personal preferences, giving the boards greater range of use from onshore to down the line conditions. This new board is Jason Polakow’s Ultimate Wave!
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24.900,-
Merke: patrik
Different wave spots, conditions, styles and likes makes it difficult to develop production wave board but with our QT-WAVE the answer for those who want to travel light and play in all kind of wave conditions. The 5x fin boxes makes it possible to setup the board from Single to Thruster over Twinzer and Quad and trim the board for the prevailing conditions and individual likes. Optical aspect & Footpad With the new graphic aspect influenced by Italian designer Fabio Canella we are taking a new direction and be more coloured while still keep it simple. The 6mm thick over-dotted diamond groove grip pad has an extra 6mm soft sponge under-layer which makes it total 12mm and very nice and comfortable. Shape The fast rocker line with early planning and acceleration ability in combination with the controllable bottom shape and the outline with winger in the tail is the mix to make this “allrounder” outstanding. Scoop-Rocker Fast rocker line with top planning and acceleration ability and a touch of extra tail rocker for tight turns and big sprays. Fin The QT-wave comes equiped with 4x PATRIK Power wave (PW) fins. Fin boxes Center US 8” to be able and move the wider single fins with 4x side Slot boxes to save weight. Inserts Each insert has 4-positions and on the front strap has a double plug to be able and change width and angle for different foot size and riding style. Volume distribution The balanced thickness under the feet and mast track is one of the key points to have a good allrounder. Thin under the back foot to be connected with the fins gives control, grip and manoeuvrability but still thick enough to push for speed and high jumps. Outline As well here the balance plays a big role and the tail width in front of the back foot is wide enough to push for early planning and acceleration while the winger reduced the tail width right behind the foot to be able and carve trough bottom turns and roll the board easier into the cutback. Bottom Shape The smaller boards have more and deeper “double concaved V” which absorbs the chop and increases control and tracking while on the bigger boards the single concave under the straps helps the early planning for the big boys. Rails / Tuck The round rails & tuck starting in the nose area makes the board feel smooth trough the turn. Under the mast track the tucked show a slightly more visible edge which gets a little sharper between the straps and ends up sharp right behind the back strap for early planning acceleration and top speed. Deck Shape The balance is carried over into all details and so has the deck a nice curved shape for an easy save standing platform while crossing the white water and finally a comfortable stands and good grip in the straps when planning and jumping. CONSTRUCTION The topic where opinions split radically but after all the proof is the choice of the pro riders and this is what we want to offer you and nothing less. Our full deck Carbon Kevlar is lightness and impact strong whereas the Biax fibre on the bottom is giving the extra flex you want for the turns and landings. Length [mm] Width [mm] Volume [litre] Tail Width at 300 [mm] Nose Width at 2000 [mm] Weight (+/-6%) [kg] Strap Options & Insert Holes Strap Quantity Fin Box QT-WAVE 68 2240 525 68 319 335 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot QT-WAVE 73 2250 540 73 326 354 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot QT-WAVE 78 2260 555 78 336 369 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot QT-WAVE 83 2270 570 83 347 380 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot QT-WAVE 88 2280 585 88 353 397 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot QT-WAVE 93 2290 600 93 360 412 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot QT-WAVE 103 2300 630 103 382 443 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot QT-WAVE 113 2310 660 113 401 481 TBC 5×4 3 1xUS 8? +4xSlot RANGE OF USE Sailor Type (Weight & Size) Sailor Skills Ideal Wind Strength / Sailor Type Water Conditions S M L Entry Advanced Pro Low Med High Flat Chop Wave less than 70kg / less than 170cm 70-90kg /170-190 cm more than 90kg / more than 190cm uphaul, gliding all reaches waterstart, strap & harness, first jibes moves, waves, speed less than 15 knt 15-25 knt more than 25 knt flatwater / chop: less than 1m chop / wind waves: less than 2.5m wind waves / swell: more than 2.5m QT-WAVE 68 X X S S S/M X X QT-WAVE 73 X X X S S/M S/M X X QT-WAVE 78 X X X X S S/M M/L X X QT-WAVE 83 X X X X M M/L M/L X X QT-WAVE 88 X X X M M/L M/L X X QT-WAVE 93 X X X M/L M/L M/L X X QT-WAVE 103 X X M/L M/L L X X QT-WAVE 113 X X L L L X X RANGE OF USE | SAILS AND FINS Best Sail Size [m2] Sail Range [m2] PATRIK Fins that come with the board [mm] Fin Range Quad [mm] Fin Range Thruster [mm] Rec. Setup Twinzer [mm] Fin Range [mm] QT-WAVE 68 3.6-4.8 3.0-5.2 2xPW140 + 2xPW80 2×130-150 & 2×80-90 1×160-190 & 2×80-100 2×145-160 180-220 QT-WAVE 73 4.0-5.0 3.6-5.4 2xPW140 + 2xPW80 2×135-155 & 2×80-90 1×170-200 & 2×80-100 2×150-165 190-230 QT-WAVE 78 4.2-5.2 3.8-5.6 2xPW145 + 2xPW80 2×140-160 & 2×80-90 1×180-210 & 2×80-100 2×155-170 200-240 QT-WAVE 83 4.4-5.4 4.0-5.8 2xPW150 + 2xPW90 2×145-165 & 2×80-100 1×190-220 & 2×80-110 2×160-175 210-250 QT-WAVE 88 4.6-5.6 4.2-6.0 2xPW155 + 2xPW90 2×150-170 & 2×80-100 1×200-230 & 2×80-110 2×165-180 220-260 QT-WAVE 93 4.8-5.8 4.4-6.2 2xPW160 + 2xPW90 2×155-175 & 2×80-110 1×210-240 & 2×80-110 2×170-185 230-270 QT-WAVE 103 5.0-6.0 4.6-6.4 2xPW165 + 2xPW100 2×160-180 & 2×80-110 1×220-250 & 2×90-120 2×175-185 240-280 QT-WAVE 113 5.2-6.2 4.8-6.6 2xPW170 + 2xPW100 2×160-180 & 2×80-120 1×230-260 & 2×90-120 2×180-190 250-290 SUGGESTIONS 1) Fins for QT-Wave 113 by Patrik: – Side-Onshore and early planing: I suggest Thruster Setup with 220mm in the center and 100mm on the side. – Side off: For wave riding with loose turns and good grip on the top turn I suggest 155mm in the tail and 120 front. As we have US-Box it is easy to slide the fins to adjust for more looseness or stability. 2) Fins for QT-Wave 83 – test by Flo Soehnchen Test Report: Fin Selection for Modern 5-Fin-Box Wave Boards Rider: Flo Soehnchen, 173cm, 71 kg – www.flosoehnchen.de Board: Patrik qt-wave 83 l Fin Setups (all Maui Ultra Fins): Quad: 2 x X-Twin R-02 14.5 / 2 x X-Side 8.0 Thruster: 1 x X-Twin R-02 17.5 / 2 x X-Side 11.0 Twinser: 2 x X-Twin 16.5 Weed setup (for Baltic Sea) Quad: 2 x X-Twin S 14.5 / 2 x 8.0 X-Quad S Twinser: 2 x X-Twin S 15.5 Many modern wave boards are equipped with 5 fin boxes, allowing for any fin setup that the sailor prefers. The obvious advantage is that the trim of the board can be adjusted to different types of riders and different conditions (wave size, wind direction and speed, chop vs. flat water). However, the sailor must make a choice. This requires a bit of testing and the availability of different fin sets to choose from. Many sailors probably simply rely on recommendations from the board manufacturer. This may be a good option on average, but if you want to get more out of your board, it is worth playing around with fins to find the optimal choice for yourself. The new Patrik qt-wave is one of these 5 fin box boards. On the Patrik Windsurf Website, you find a very good fin guideline for all board sizes and recommendations in a quad, thruster and twinser setup. Nonetheless, I decided to run my own test, and luckily my fin sponsor Maui Ultra Fins was so kind to send me a full range of different test setups. My testing took place at my home spots, the Baltic Sea between Kiel and Fehmarn, and the island of Rømø in Denmark. In winter 2018, I also took the gear to Chile to test in completely different conditions. Here are my personal test results: I had my first days of sailing the qt-wave on the island of Rømø with wind for a 4.4m2 sail, side-onshore conditions, waves of about 2.5m, and quite some current. I chose the quad weed setup (2 x X-Twin-S 14.5 / 2 x X-Quad-S 8.0) which I used to sail with my former board. With this setup, the qt-wave feels very controlled, allows for snappy turns, and takes a lot of fin pressure. It feels very variable in bottom turns, with a lot of grip on the edge, is very controlled in top turns, but still allows for sliding moves like Takas. That was a good start. The next days, I sailed on the Baltic Sea, with side-onshore wind for 4.4 / 4.0m2 sails and significantly smaller waves. In these conditions, speed is everything to me to allow for proper jumping despite the smaller ramps. Also, I want to reach the top turn with maximum speed in onshore winds. My choice was the twinser weed setup (2 x X-Twin-S 15.5). I was really impressed by the difference this fin setup makes to the board: The board feels faster, a lot “looser” and more skateboard-like. It is noticeably easier to push the board into tail slides, takas, etc. Once sliding, the board is still easy to control, and you can always pull the tail back to get grip on the fins again. The setup is fast, which is great for jumping, and nicely holds the speed in bottom turns, allowing you to approach the next cutback with max speed. Still, the board feels a bit more nervous, and you might slide too much in top turns if you choose a wrong fin position (too much forward) or fin size (too small). The nervous feeling might be more difficult in high wind / choppy conditions like in nuking Pozo. In big waves with side-off conditions, you would probably want more grip on the rail and in cutbacks to avoid uncontrolled sliding. The next and more extensive testing took place in Chile. We experienced side-off wind with perfect down the line conditions. Sometimes the wind was extremely light, often wobble & ride style, but we also had some sessions being really powered up on 4.6 or 4.0m2 sails. During the first days, the swell size was quite impressive, over mast-high, combined with rather strong wind, often good for 4.6m2. I started with the quad setup (2 x X-Twin-R-02 14.5 / 2 x X-Side 8.0), in order to ensure maximum control in bottom turns and in stronger gusts. The X-Twin-R-02 has more rake than the normal X-Twin, and is a lot softer in the tip. This provides even more control in top turns, less sliding, incredible bite on the rail in bottom turns, and a lot of control in choppy conditions with high winds. It feels a bit as if the board sits a little bit deeper in the water compared to other fin setups, providing maximum control. When the wind decreased for a few days, I changed to a thruster setup (1 x X-Twin-R-02 17.5 / 2 x X-Side 11.0). This has proven to be the most powerful fin setup that I have tried. Very early planning, excellent acceleration for jumping, and good grip which gives a very secure feeling in bottom turns on bigger waves. Also, for carving top turns, the fins provide a lot of drive. The downside is, that the board feels significantly less loose in cut backs, and I had to push a lot harder compared to other setups, to go for radical top turns. Interestingly, my friends travelling with me – and weighing about 20kg more than I do – loved their thruster setups. Potentially, the disadvantages are less noticeable for heavier riders, and you might compensate these by choosing a slightly (1cm) smaller center fin – which I did not have in my bag. When the swell decreased a little, I switched to a twinser setup – 2 x X-Twin 16.5. This changes the board into a real skateboard. Super loose, very fast and agile, and the board seems to sit a bit higher on the water. It is very variable in bottom turns, reacting very fast and allows to change the radius at any time. Furthermore, this setup is the best for skating moves on the wave, and thus a lot of fun in lighter conditions, when waves are smaller and you are not stacked on small sails. The disadvantage quickly becomes apparent when the wind increases significantly, and the waves become higher and more powerful. The board tends to feel more nervous and a bit less stable on the rail – so you might miss the last bit of confidence especially when the waves are pumping and when it becomes really choppy. My personal conclusion: In side-off / down-the-line conditions, I would recommend a quad setup for lightweight riders, in any wind and wave size. Heavier riders should take a close look at thruster setups instead. Lightweight rides using a thruster board should experiment with the center fin size if they feel the board could be more maneuverable. In typical northern European onshore conditions, like at home on the Baltic Sea, I would recommend a twinser setup. Only when the waves become bigger and the wind really strong, meaning 4.0/ 3.6m powered up, I would propose to change to a quad setup for improved control. Once you decide which character is the best for you, you can still play around with different fin types, fin sizes and fin positions. It pays off! But in the end, I am convinced that you can make all of the fin setups work in all conditions, and I would encourage everyone at least to test different fin positions. The impact on the board characteristics are amazing, and you should try to use the versatility of 5-box wave boards to your advantage. CU on the water, Flo (G – 0) Sponsors: Patrik, Sailloft Hamburg, ProLimit, Maui Ultra Fins, Elkline Hamburg
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F2 satte starten på hvordan wavebrett skulle se ut med Barracuda. I dag har flere produsenter kopiert formen og tilbyr et brett som ligner. Barracuda har de senere årene blitt oppgradert og " tweaket" slik at den fremdeles er en stor favoritt blant mange windsurfere. Dette er kun bestillingsvare. Normal leveringstid er ca 2 uker. Our F2 BARRACUDA has long since matured into a legend and, thanks to its incomparable versatility, has become the model for the class of the new ultra-compact all-round waveboards. It inspires you with its uniquely lively light-footed-ness and lively variability in the turn paired with an outstanding acceleration. Even in the smallest waves you can benefit from its incredible drive. With this board you improve your riding technique and your skills right away. Thanks to the fifth slot box you can tune the F2 BARRACUDA to the thruster in no time. The use of a larger centre fin in the thruster setup gives you optimum control even in strong winds. Key Facts: - compact shape with wide stance – close to tail for instant reaction - single into double concave bottom for early ^planning and a smooth ride - quad fin setup for incredible turns and thruster option for best control - fin sizing extends the user range - slot box for weight reduction - specific technical lay up for highest strength and durability - spezial footpad surface for perfect grip and real comfort - high performance GIO fins from Maui Ultra Fins (Quad-Set) For mer informasjon: http://anyflip.com/vhkh/pawa/ Length (cm) Width (cm) Volume (liter) Fin Size (cm) Fin Box Fin Range (cm) Sail Range (m²) Weight (kg) +/- 6% 72 222 53 72 9 / 14 Slot Box 8-10 / 13.5-14.5 3.5-5.0 6,0 77 223 55 77 10 / 14.5 Slot Box 9-11 / 14-15 4.0-5.5 6,4 84 223 58 84 10 / 15 Slot Box 9-11 / 14.5-15.5 4.5-6.0 6,5 92 223 59 92 10 / 15.5 Slot Box 9-11 / 15-16 5.0-6.5 6,5 100 225 61 100 10 / 16 Slot Box 9-11 / 15.5-16.5 5.5-7.0 6,6
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Merke: Carbon ART
Varenummer 172 Merke Carbon ART Beskrivelse Carbon art for den som er ute etter sitt individuelle brett, hvor du kan velge mellom ulike konstruksjoner, farge kombinasjoner, graphic og ikke minst har du også mulighet til å ta noen små justeringer på shapen om du har behov for det. Produksjon og Leveringstid +- 6 uker. Pris som er oppgitt er levert Vestby. For mye mer informasjon sjekk deres bra hjemmeside : http://www.carbonartwindsurf.com/boards/kina-wave/ Ta kontakt for bestilling og veiledning. tag@surfone.no / 98993646 AHU Wave “ [Ah-hoo] (verb) to move in a certain direction, point in a certain direction, face towards, extend. ” The new small wave slayer. The Ahu is the ultimate allround wave board and guaranteed to turn less than perfect conditions into epicenes, dominant in onshore to side, wind generated waves to groundswell. The Ahu waveboard features a faster rocker line than the Kina, and combines with a double concave vee, delivering acceleration and speed on tap, which when matched to its compact progressive outline combined with a winger/swallow tail shape gives the best combo of a wide mid body and a narrow tail allowing you to really crank turns and generate power that you wouldn’t have known to be available beforehand, Designed, tested and refined to excel in the wides range of conditions. The rider area provides a stable, highly maneuverable control center, with a modern widened comfortable stance, raising your completion rate on critical moves and jumps. You can’t change the conditions, but you can match your board to maximise your fun and performance! The AHU – Sheer satisfaction in smaller waves, with smooth and radical performance. / AHU Wave Board Specifications AHU Model Volume (ltrs) Width (cm) Length (cm) Weight (kg) Tech | Pro HD | Pro eLITE Fin (cm) Main | Thrusters Sail Range (70-90kg sailor) AHU Wave 83 83 56 222 6 | 5.6 | 5.2 16.5 | 11.5 3.5 - 5.0 AHU Wave 87 87 57.5 224 6.1 | 5.7 | 5.3 17.5 | 11.5 4.0 - 5.3 AHU Wave 92 92 58.5 225 6.2 | 5.8 | 5.4 17.5 | 11.5 4.0 - 6.2 AHU Wave 98 98 59.5 226 6.6 | 6 | 5.6 18.5 | 11.5 4.0 - 6.5 AHU Wave 103 103 61 228 6.9 | 6.3 | 6.6 18.5 | 12.5 4.5 - 6.5 Tech Construction Kr 22000.- Affordable high quality construction, built tough. Pro HD Construction Kr 23500.- Pro edition construction, super strong and light. Pro eLITE Construction Kr 25000.- Hyper light pro construction for elite performance.
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24.900,-
Merke: JP
Since it’s introduction, the Wave Slate has been a ground-breaking wave board in small to medium surf. Its compact shape and parallel outline combined with the single to double concave bottom shape allows for a new level of early planing and speed on the wave. Agile, fast and reliable, the Wave Slate has everything you need to make even the most mediocre sessions exciting and enjoyable. Don’t think that the amazing speed and early planing will take anything away from its performance in real wave conditions though. These boards are also excellent in down-the-line conditions and very much hold their own when the surf starts getting bigger. What our riders say Robby Swift: “When the wave conditions are not epic, I like to use the Wave Slate to squeeze every extra ounce of energy out of the waves. It planes super fast so it’s easy to get going quickly to jump when the waves are breaking close to shore and it holds its speed in the bottom turn when turning on onshore waves so you can really utilize it to do radical turns when the waves are soft and slow.” The parallel outline is the foundation of this board concept. It reduces drag and increases lift, resulting in more speed and early planing. Together with the efficient volume distribution, the parallel outline enhances stability allowing these boards to be shorter than before without feeling wobbly and difficult to sail. The reduced length allows for tighter turns and makes the board feel small and compact in the air, the swing weight is centred, speeding up rotations and change of direction. Additionally, shorter boards fit better into steep sections or smaller waves with less risk of nose-diving in the critical section. The second generation of our Wave Slates features a bottom concept which is widely used in surf boards and combines two totally different rocker lines: On the one hand the relatively flat rocker along the centre-line supports early planing and overall performance along with a great deal of control. On the other hand, the strong V and narrow outline at the nose and tail create more curve at the rail which takes over once you initiate a turn. This combination results in a very surf-oriented feeling on the wave while still giving you all the performance of a modern windsurf board. At the front of the board the narrow nose, pronounced V in the bottom and additional rocker keep the shoulders high and dry, resulting in a safe feeling during turns, on the wave face and when lining up jumps. Between the footstraps the deep single concave channels and accelerates the water to provide additional lift for early planing and speed. At the tail the flat V creates a great water release and in combination with the slim outline enhances versatility on the wave and the ability to carve super tight. The boards come with a thruster fin setup but the hull is equipped with 2 Mini Tuttle and 3 Slot Boxes to open up all trim options and to suit every rider’s style.
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