After years working in an exclusive technology totally different from what we see in the market, we present ´´Techno Drive´´. A board super lighter, faster and with an incredible response in the radical maneuvers. The position of the carbon bands gives a board loose in the nose and tail, this provides a special flex for surfing in small waves conditions where you need make your maneuvers in short distance and with full speed. Recommended for knee to head high waves.
Available with the models: Supernova, The Shoto, Village Bicycle, M.2 Money Maker, The Murder and The Origin.
It’s a technology designed exclusive to generate an incredible speed flex-spring and really good sensibility on your turns. The carbon strips are located above a PVC 3mm stringer to create all this sensation in your surfing, increase your impulse speed before your turns with really good projection to your next maneuver. Recommended for chest to overhead waves.
Available with the models: Flash Ripper, The Bowl Killer, Village Bicycle, Addictive, M.2 Money Maker, The Murder, 80´s ATTACK !, Electric Eel, The Slats and The Origin.
Parallel Carbon is the lightest and most responsive construction in XTR. The ¨direct drive¨ is the result of positioning the carbon to connect directly with the fins area and your stance. Every time weight is applied to turns it will be instantly translated to the fins, resulting in a light, responsive and lively board.
The core is the new foam XTR 8 series, with a specific cell structure that is resistance to dents and heat under extreme conditions, and still 100% waterproof.
We remain strong with custom flex concept, according to wave conditions and surfer weight. Parallel Carbon is constructed as light as durable as possible.
We customize the flex by precisely modifying each carbon filament width and position in direct relation to a surfer (Version 2.0 / 2.5 / 3.0).
Available with the models: Flash Ripper, The Bowl Killer, Supernova, The Shoto, Village Bicycle, Addictive, M.2 Money Maker, The Murder, 80´s ATTACK !, Electric Eel and The Slats.