2020 Duotone TS HADLOW TEXTREME Kiteboard
2020 Duotone TS HADLOW TEXTREME Kiteboard - COMPETITION FREESTYLE / WAKESTYLE
The relationship Duotone has with the 5 times world champion and undisputed king of kiteboarding is a long one. Since joining the team, Aaron has worked with the designers to create the ultimate board for his unique style of riding. Powerful, stylish and big are three words that sum up how Hadlow rides, and the all-new TS Hadlow Textreme is built to compliment that perfectly. For 2020 a new construction technique has been used laminating Textreme Innegra carbon into the board along with Biax carbon to produce controllable explosive pop.
The Hadlow also uses the latest Suspension Flex Cap top shape, which significantly reduces reverse flex on landing. The deep channels in the tips offer superior grip, and the Single Diffusor Bottom shape helps to smooth out those harsh impacts. If you want to take the Hadlow to the park, the Grindbase ensures durability and of course this board is best suited to boots. The king of kitesurfing just got his board supercharged, and now it’s ready to rock your world!
New for 2020 the champion of champions board just got even better with high-end Textreme Innegra carbon offering the pinnacle of performance!
- 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.