Our Board Range.
Freestyle – beside this is our passion, freestyle boards are the most stressed by hard landings and impacts and that is also one reason why we started developing here. Kits for the other disciplines are coming soon. Stay tuned and may be tell us directly about the board you wished to craft!
Freestyle board ”Willi”.
Willi is a high-end hollow freestyle windsurf board waiting for you to be crafted by yourself, at your home. Find your right volume and set-up.
Here we’re explaining more about the different kinds of optional kits you can choose.
Foil ready kit.
You wanna fly away? Then choose this kit, install it to your board and go foiling. Here we offer you our foil ready kit with two additional fin boxes (US-boxes) and everything you need to install it into your board. You can use any top plate compatible foil on your board (foil is not included).
Thruster ready kit.
You might use your smaller sized board in freestyle-wave conditions. For the perfect set-up therefore we offer you our thruster ready kit with two additional fin boxes (slot boxes) and everything you need to install it into your board (fins are not included).
For dedicated and / or heavy freestylers we offer this package of extra reinforcement which means extra layers of carbon fabric and epoxy resin. This makes your board even more durable especially in areas of your board stressed the most by your tricks. (Illustration is not true to original, layers can be set individually.)
Board shape details.
Shaping windsurf boards is a philosophy. Of course there are many more truths but here’s a bit of our truth with which we are sure to deliver you a board with pleasant characteristics and at the same time radical potentials.
Rocker line & bottom shape.
We gave “Willi“ a mellow and continuous rocker line to make it plan early, for unlimited acceleration and to make it pop realy easy. Combined with a V-bottom shape at the mast foot section going into a flat bottom at the nose and the tail you get maximum control even in choppy conditions.
Our compact outline with its very straight rails and wide nose and tail looks very special and may be you have to get used to that look. But we can tell you – it works! The straight rails deliver great conduction in choppy conditions. They require and allow at the same time to increase the nose and tail width and to reduce the middle width of the outline. Wide nose and tail allow to cut them off a bit. The result is a very short and narrow board that feels very loose and controlled. The cheeks at the tail let you carve the board in any radius or snap it around the corner.
Deck & rail shape.
Our deck is well domed in the middle section and leads to a soft kink along the rails in the tail section. This allows you to stand flat for maximum control and it gives the board thin rails for perfect maneuverability. We guide you to do the designated rail shape but there is also the possibility to individualize your board in that step. Really important is to have sharp edges at the tail of your board to let the water tear off and to accelerate quickly.
Shell construction & stability.
Deck & bottom shells are constructed as high-tech sandwich parts. We deliver 8 mm PVC-carbon sandwich as deck shell and 10 mm (partially 18 mm) PVC-carbon sandwich as bottom shell. Due to the domed shape of the deck shell we get along with less diameter compared to the bottom shell. Reinforcements are already included in the construction. Individual reinforcements can be set if required. This massive compound makes your board stable and durable and it doesn’t need any stringer or core. No styrofoam that shrinks in the sun, no delamination between core and sandwich!
Insert positions & set-ups.
You can follow our recommendations for the positions of the foot strap inserts and set them depending on your size and your preferences. Every foot strap is attached with four M5 screws into threaded nuts all from stainless steel. Fin boxes are US-boxes (slot boxes for thruster setup) for maximum possibilities in trim. Our mast box is positioned to do freestyle using the front section and to foil using the rear section of the box.