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Cubierta :: Carena :: Raíl
Product Overview:
The Switch series has become the benchmark for versatility and performance in all conditions. Developed as the ultimate one-board option, its rugged construction is balanced by a silky smooth ride and legendary ease of use. The six-fin configuration increases bottom-end stability and upwind performance.

Specification :

Model Length Width Fin
Switch 150 150cm 43cm Airush Wake 5.0x4/Airush Wake 3.0x2
Switch 142 142cm 41cm Airush Wake 5.0x4/Airush Wake 3.0x2
Switch 135 135cm 39cm Airush Wake 4.0x4/Airush Wake 3.0x2
(complete with appropriate bolts/washers)

Tech Features :

  • Reduced volume is oriented towards intermediate to advanced riders.
  • The width ensures ease of use and early planing while the narrower tips increase control and edging at higher speeds.
  • Heel fins ensure the Switch is easier to drive upwind and hold the heel edge.
  • Tucked, custom rails for forgiving riding and turning.
  • The three stage rocker is combined with the "eye" single concave.
  • Intermediate flex offers good low-wind performance combined with a smooth ride.
  • Our unique "Eye" concave ensures early planing, stability at higher speeds, and a softer ride in chop.
  • CAD scaled outlines give the switch range a consistent feel in all sizes. The switch outline features a wide center point with relatively narrower tips.
  • The wake series fins offer a combination of good tracking and forgiving turns.

Construction :

P-Core Construction
P-Core construction was developed for all-around freeride performance. This features a unique dual density core combined with unidirectional and biaxial cloth to ensure a perfect combination of flex and durability. A combination of wood and glass reinforcing is used in the high impact heel areas as well as longitudinal glass reinforcing along the rail edge.

A PPT layer on the bottom enhances the durability without limiting the flex characteristics.

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