78 / 82: The two smallest sizes are designed by Mark and Jaeger Stone. The new 78 comes with thinner rails in the tail, slightly more tail kick, an increased overall thickness of 5 mm and 1cm more width to make it more versatile and cover more range. The Ultrakode 82 has a more compact length with a shorter tail and more thickness. The overall result is more control, more maneuverability when riding waves in light winds and a wider range.
86 / 93 / 100: The largest sizes are designed by Albert Pijoan. Length has been reduced from 226 to 218 cm on the Ultrakode 93 to give more control in high winds. This gives the option of using a larger board in high winds to make sure you always have volume to spare. The new shapes are 1 cm thicker with extra volume concentrated on the center line of the board to improve lightwind sailing. On the other hand, the rails are thinner to improve control and wave riding performance. 8mm more tail kick, a more constant curve from the tail to 100 cm improve carving maneuverability and a moderate V on the center section keeps the board fast for onshore conditions.