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Jimmy Lewis Surf 6' 0" (2007)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:Really good drive with plenty of forgiveness when you're making mistakes, either with your kite or misplacing your weight during turns. Learning to ride a surfboard with a kite can be frustrating to begin with, b...

Jimmy Lewis Surf 6' 0

Slingshot SRT 5' 5" (2007)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:Good looking board with great fixtures and fittings. Likes to be ridden fast and powered. So if you're sub 80 kilos and have some directional experience in stronger winds then you'll probably love it. Otherwise, ...

Slingshot SRT 5' 5

F-One Signature 5' 8" (2007)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:A fairly rounded shape ensures smooth turns and no complications. Good attention to detail in the fittings, including a big central pad in between the pads, means you don't need to keep waxing for grip in your gy...

F-One Signature 5' 8

Cyclone Destroyer 2 6' 0" (2007)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:The Cyclone Destroyer is comfortable board that a rider under 80 kilos could get away with as their first time surfboard, or a heavier, more experienced rider in windier conditions. A versatile board for onshore,...

Cyclone Destroyer 2 6' 0

Airush Converse 6' 0" (2007)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:The consensus from the testers is that if you've got any experience riding directionals, either from kiting or windsurfing, then this kiteboard would be great for you. Immediately fun and rewarding, 6'0' seems to...

Airush Converse 6' 0

Gaastra Sky Pro 133 (2004)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:Has very good twin-tip like qualities for a 60/40 so can freestyle well. Really fun board that will work in lighter winds but is more suited to bigger riders riding at its top end. More of a cruiser and carver th...

Gaastra Sky Pro 133 (2004

North M2 125 (2004)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:The North M2 125 is definitely more suited to higher winds, but would work in light winds for sub-80 kilo riders. Freestyles well and feels very accomplished in waves with really good bite. It does it all well - ...

North M2 125 (2004)

Naish Mutant 4'10"/145 (2004)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:The Naish Mutant 4'10 /145 is a good board for light-winds with really good wave-riding qualities and ideal in stronger winds for big guys, over 90 kilos. The Imperial Cruiser of kiteboarding, it seems like it wa...

Naish Mutant 4'10

Xelerator Surf Style 124 (2004)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:The Xelerator Surf Style 124 is great wave focus means you can't load up as much power as some other boards when it's windy, but there's always a compromise if a board is going to be this good in waves.MANUFACTUR...

Xelerator Surf Style 124

Cyclone Slash Mutant 125 (2004)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:Cyclone Slash Mutant 125 (2004) - A board for powered-up conditions. Ultra-fast ride and you can still get a really tight turn in and there's enough float to be able to ride with a slashy style MANUFACTURER'S HYP...

Cyclone Slash Mutant 125
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