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Who's the Riptide for?
Beginner: Even if it is not a beginner's board, it is a good choice to take the Riptide as your first board. Because of the freeride characteristics of the board this is fine to do. The advantage is that you are ready for a long time.
Freerider: Yes, great board for freeriding and more! A lot of grip and control in all circumstances.
Freestyler hooked in: Definitely suitable. Because of the channels in the board you have a lot of grip and you can edge hard and you have a great pop. So you can do everything from first jump to advanced tricks.
Freestyler/Wakestyler unhooked: The board itself is great for wakestyle tricks. Team rider Rita Arnaus also sails it with boots. (PLEASE NOTE: He's not officially made for it, so at your own risk)
Now I want the Eurofun story, what kind of board is it?
The Riptide is the all-round performance board for the ladies at Brunotti. You can really do anything with it in all possible conditions. It is so versatile that as a beginner you can get the most out of it, but as an advanced you can get the most out of the board's perfomance. You have a great pop and grip for when you want to make thick jumps, but the flex of the board ensures that it remains very comfortable. Then there's the fact that the board is very well priced considering the performance. All in all a perfect match for most of the female kiters.
- Super all-round
- Comfortable flex
- Easy upwind
- Many sides grip
- Less easy upwind for beginners
What's with it?
What's not there, but it's necessary:
- Foot pads
- Feel like kiting
General size indication:
The size of a kiteboard remains something personal with no real rules.
This has to do with how much experience you have, in what conditions you go on the water, what you are going to do with it and above all what you like.
The rule of thumb is that beginners want a slightly larger board to make it easier to start the water and get upwind.
And advanced sailors want a slightly smaller board because in situations where the wind is strong, you can give the kite a bit longer back pressure and therefore can jump higher, and / or more maneuverable.
Again, no rule, but below are 2 tables to give you a good idea. If you stick to this, it goes well anyway.
(If you still have doubts, you can always contact us via the site, mail, phone or in one of our shops for personal advice).
50 kg - 60 kg = 128 cm - 132 cm
60 kg - 70 kg = 132 cm - 136 cm
70 kg - 80 kg = 136 cm - 140 cm
80 kg - 90 kg = 140 cm - 145 cm
100+ kg = 145+ cm
50 kg - 60 kg = 125 cm - 128 cm
60 kg - 70 kg = 128 cm - 132 cm
70 kg - 80 kg = 132 cm - 136 cm
80 kg - 90 kg = 136 cm - 140 cm
100+ kg = 140+ cm
What else do I need to know?
If you buy your board from us you have to swing if you see one of us on the water! #becauseweareriderstoo #riders2
For questions you can always come to one of our shops, call or send an email to [email protected]
|Brand / Type||Brunotti Riptide|
|Type kitesurfer||Freestyle, freeride|
|Length / width board||133/39 - 136/ 40|
|Suitable for boots||No|
|Included||Pads, straps of grabhandle are not included. See related products.|
|Pads||Incl. 4 fins|
|Warranty||100% Factory Warranty|