THE VERSATILE WAVE BOARD BRINGS SURFBOARD-LIKE SURFING TO WINDSURFING. BUILT TO LAST AND WITH NOTHING TO ASK FOR.
A completely redesigned wave range from 78 to 100 liters, this all-new design concept from Remi Vila dramatically improves wave riding without compromising performance or glide. Inviting riders of all levels to turn more on the front foot, while maintaining speed and enjoying an adaptable radius along the bottom and top turn. Ultra light, yet strong and robust with countless hours of intensive testing, you’ll love it!
A versatile wave board that excels in Euro-Wave conditions, where agile turns in small waves and control in big, choppy waves are essential. All new narrow ULTRAs have lots of volume in the centre, thinner rails towards the tail and just a little kick in the tail. Turns and control; the recessed deck is a design feature we haven’t yet seen on wave boards and was thoroughly tested by Flo Jung, Antoine Martin, Liam Dunkerbeck, Matteo Iachino and Nico Prien.
It’s a remarkable feeling in the turns when the rails bite into the water at the slightest entry, but they never get too loaded, even when you lean with all your weight. A smooth, controlled feeling of staying connected to the water, even through the chop in the wave, which gives you the confidence to ride faster and closer to the lip. For progression wave riders, a lower mast foot position helps progression wave riders balance their weight more forward, maintaining momentum more easily and getting to the lip with more speed.
The extra volume in the centre keeps you floating in lighter winds and thanks to the easy clip-in rail you can ride a bigger board without compromising on tight, sweeping turns. In lighter winds, you can glide with less pressure on the sail, as the thickness of the board provides plenty of flotation and little resistance as the board pushes through the water. Jump higher; thinner rails and less volume in the tail improve turns in waves, and also allow you to carve better on a wave when preparing for a jump. Landing jumps is friendlier for your ankles, because you land on less board volume.