2020 Duotone TEAM SERIES TEXTREME Kiteboard
2020 Duotone TEAM SERIES TEXTREME Kiteboard - COMPETITION FREESTYLE / WAKESTYLE
How do you make the Team Series even better? Add some incredibly high tech materials and construction to make it lighter, faster and stronger with even more pop! Duotone has been using Textreme Innegra Carbon in some of the boards for a few years. Hailing from the Formula 1 industry, it has some unique properties that work well within kiteboarding. By using the correct weaves and laminating them in the right manner, we can control the flex even more and reduce the weight while increasing the strength.
This totally new board for 2020 also features a Grindbase so you can use it in the park as well as the flats. The suspension Flex Cap reduces reverse flex to a minimum and the Single Diffusor Base smooth’s out the landings. The grip comes from the deep channels and unique tip shape; this combined with the lively characteristics of the materials, combines to offer the ultimate in pop.
The Team Series is an incredible board, the TS Textreme is that board on steroids. If you want the best twin tip for freestyle and new school moves, the TS Textreme is the board to have in your arsenal.
The ultimate Freestyle weapon made lighter, faster, stronger and with even more pop!
- Controlled soft Landings
- Reduced reverse flex
- Great pop and responsive feel
- Massive grip and pop
- Durable construction
- Single Diffusor bottom with grind base
- New Suspension Flex Cap
- Textreme Innegra and 45° Biax Carbon
- Reflex Tips
- Medium to Hard Flex
- Boots recommended
SUSPENSION FLEX CAP
The brand new suspension Flex Cap makes it possible to create a very stiff center of the board, whilst keeping a lot of torsional stiffness through a stiff frame at the tips of the board. Pop and control is guaranteed, whilst energy during landings is absorbed by the board – and not your knees. Additionally, it is possible to have a flatter center, resulting in your boots sitting flatter on the board, offering that little extra bit of even more control. But the main and most important news is: reverse flex during landings is nearly eliminated.