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Naish Haze 140 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:Maybe a little bit too advanced for early intermediates; more of a good second, smaller board for jumping and stronger winds. Goes upwind really well, and jumps like a legend. MANUFACTURER'S HYPE:The name remains...

Naish Haze 140 (2005)

Liquid Force Element 134 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:If you're used to riding wakeboards you would love this board, however for most people, it will be just a bit too different from the kiteboards they're used to riding. It's a pulley bar, grinding-hard kind-of-boa...

Liquid Force Element 134

Litewave Freestyle 135 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:Feels bigger than its quoted size, so it's always going to be a solid bet for early intermediates as they won't have to walk round the beach with a tank. Not a really heart-pumping ride, but a solid allround perf...

Litewave Freestyle 135 (2

F-One Style 140 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:You can jump on this board very early on in your kiteboarding career and have fun on it. One of the best intermediate boards the team have been on. Great attention to detail throughout, and it'll do anything you ...

F-One Style 140 (2005)

Flysurfer Flyaround 143 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:A really good intermediate board. Nice solid platform to progress onto. Learning to go upwind is relatively easy and larger people will appreciate this board's qualities as they progress, but smaller riders may f...

Flysurfer Flyaround 143 (

Airush X-Pact 135 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:If you're definitely wanting to get into wake-style riding then this is a comfortable entry point. The X-Pact falls more into the advanced category in this size as a lighter wind advanced rider's board than a lig...

Airush X-Pact 135 (2005)

Caution Redline 142 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:Tough, carries plenty of pop and speed. If you're a kit trasher, pick this one.MANUFACTURER'S HYPE:The Redline twin tips are Caution's high performance range. All three boards have CNC machined cores to ensure a ...

Caution Redline 142 (2005

Fanatic Joyrider 138 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:This is a true intermediate board: Small enough to progress onto, but still wide enough to plane well. Fantastic flex properties and good fixtures and fittings. Definitely worth a try.MANUFACTURER'S HYPE:Fanatic'...

Fanatic Joyrider 138 (200

Cabrinha Icon 140 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:More of a traditional twin-tip shape in that it's long and thin, which makes it great for carving as there's a lot of surface length for grip. Good upwind and great holding down power but it's also not bad in the...

Cabrinha Icon 140 (2005)

Brunotti Horizon 136 (2005)

KITEWORLD SUMMARY:In spite of its small size, the Brunotti feels big and stable, and although it's not the best at carving, it does everything else an intermediate board should do, well. MANUFACTURER'S HYPE:Super-thin tips and a l...

Brunotti Horizon 136 (200
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