Airush Vox Kiteboard 2014

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Plug and play performance ensures incredible ease of use from your first ride.

Design details

Sizes: 135cm x 40cm | 140cm x 42cm


Entry Freeride

The Single Concave bottom shape, with moderate 3-stage outline, keeps the Vox smooth and comfortable, while allowing easy changes of direction and stability in a straight line.

Target User Beginner to intermediate freerider looking for a durable and easy to use package.

Rails Durable ABS rails with tapered tips.

Rocker Three stage rocker for a combination of early planning and comfort.

Flex Intermediate flex offers good low wind performance combined with a smooth ride, with increased tip flex for high wind performance.

Bottom Shape Single concave for smooth ride in chop and ease of use.

Planform The Vox outline features a wide center point with relatively narrower tips. The width ensures ease of use and early planning while the narrower tips increase control an edging when at speed.

Fins The wake series fins offer a combination of good tracking while being forgiving when turning.

Footbed type Comes with the AFT Core foot pads and straps

Tech specs

BIO TECH CORE The Airush Multizone Biotech construction is a vertical wood core sandwich comprising of a dual density Balsa and Poplar core with ABS rail and tips. The higher density poplar stringer creates a hyper responsive center section while the outer balsa section minimizes the weight. Our wood cores are renowned for their response, durability and smoothness, and are combined with a versatile tri axial laminate for all-round performance and durability.

FMS RATING Airush introduced FMS rating 4 years ago as the first brand to quantify how much a twintip flexes, instead of the good old “feel” test, which can be very deceptive due to the impact of the length on the overall stiffness. FMS takes into account the boards length and deflection and lower rating indicating a softer board. Softer boards are more suited to freeride, while stiffer boards are more suited to Freestyle.