2012 JP Freestyle Pro Construction
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The new board now has the potential to blast its way into every possible angle of rotation, driving the discipline into the future.
SUMMARY: This is a radical Freestyle tool to mould dreams into reality. Contrary to many other competition Freestyle boards this board is also fun to just sail around.
JP compressed the total length of the board (for example the FS99 to 225cm) and shifted the volume distribution slightly backwards, which pushed the centre of gravity slightly behind the widest point. The board remains stable and balanced with the bonus of being short. All this contributes to accelerating the rotation of the board for more radical stunts whilst sliding or in the air.
The short length combined with the added volume in the tail, gives the rider the opportunity to push himself and his equipment off the surface of the water instantly. When landing, the board does not sink, as the volume pushes back and keeps you afloat. Added volume allows us to keep the tail width at a narrow comfortable size, with an ergonomic dome deck under the back foot strap. This results in a comfortable stance for sailing regular or switch, with a body position for superior balance during sliding maneuvers.
The tail is rather narrow so the rider can get more radical in moves and push harder on the back foot. Around the front foot strap the rail became fuller to avoid tripping and to guarantee good lift for maximum acceleration. The ergo deck remains on board (only for the front strap positions) for ultimate comfort. From the mast base forward we use bevels and extra Vee just before the tuck line in order to prevent the rail from catching. The scoop rocker line is kept rather flat for a smooth and early transition from sub to max planing and a little tail kick to make the board fast and maneuverable.
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