CrazyFly Girls 132 x 39cm 2013 Kitesurfing Review

CrazyFly Girls 132 x 39cm 2013

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At A Glance

CrazyFly have been producing excellent kiteboards for a number of years now, and the Girls 2013 board is no exception. Well built and solid, the board is kitted out with Dura footpads and Quick Fix II footsraps that come in size small – a nice touch for the females who generally have daintier feet. Constructed with a CNC shaped wood core, multi-axial fibreglass and ABS rails there is attention to detail and this is a well-finished product.

The board has been created specifically for the female rider taking into account stance, flex pattern and pop. The graphics have a feminine touch without being garishly pink and pansy.

On The Water

The CrazyFly Girls board has been designed with the intermediate to advanced rider in mind who wants a fun freeride board. The soft flex munches through choppy water and provides a comfortable ride. The slightly concave bottom and ABS rails make carving and transitions stable and smooth. Although pitched as a freeride tool the 2013 Girls board still has enough stiffness to power into jumps with good pop, and the flex of the board gives lovely soft landings. It’s a really good all-rounder and won’t fail to put a smile on your face in a broad variety of conditions. The Dura footpads give good grip and are comfy too, so you’ll have the confidence that you’re going to stay connected to your board when trying out new moves.

Overall

A stylish looking board with bombproof construction, perfect for a smooth and comfortable ride, which has been tailored with the female needs in mind.

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This review was in Issue 38 of IKSURFMAG.

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By Mary Booth
Mary has been kitesurfing since 2006, she became and instructor in 2007 and travelled the world teaching the sport that she loves! She joined the IKSURFMAG team in 2008 and has been testing ladies kitesurfing equipment and writing articles from a woman's perspective ever since!

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