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2013 Ronix El Von Videl Schnöök
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136.3cm 141.1cm 146.3cm
Rocker - 2.3" Blended
Width - 16.9"
- concave bottom tips - effortless ollies and more controlled presses
- g&r technology - grip and release channels have all the traction you need for boat or cable riding without creating unneeded resistance with the water
- g&r part 2 - side to side stability and allow a rider to control a flick easier at a cable park
- thinnest profile - more feel for consistency on all types of surfaces
- finless - too big of a fi n and a board gets hung up on rails
- nocturnal run - we have a small run with recessed lights running thru the board
- abs-less - krypto cable prevents delams, but unlike abs it doesn’t trap as much resin, so you have a lighter board that is just as strong.
- affiliation - ties to the rotterdam international waffle purveyors society


A thousand garden gnomes can’t be wrong.
Willkommen para el futuro van de kabel planken. Translation: Welcome to the future of cable boards (we think). From the different countries we worked with while designing this brand spankin’ new electronic hot lap cable special. Enough meaningless chirps - let’s get this cable party started. Nu core - everybody has a wood board with their little catch phrases. But wood is really only good if it has a fulcrum. So you want to have more control, feel, and yes “flex” on a cable board - but only if it has a pivot point. A cable rider has to leverage into an ollie, or press onto a rail but just as important (which gets overlooked) is it has to snap back too. So we sourced this fancy new paulownia environmentally conscious short harvest time energetic new resourceful tree shaped up into bits and pieces of rockers and rails. But what really makes it is our diamond glass - having a thin tip/tail shape and a really light glass in the tip and tail exaggerates everything you need on a cable. more bend, anchorage, etc. - but then it using more glass than a traditional layup thru the center of the board in a diamond configuration is what’s key. Now as rider locks onto a rail the energy but is than able to leverage off signature magic carpet lay up. Cable specific shape - we worked with riders in every major market to really figure out what their needs were. Cable riders usually ride 4 mph slower, so you need to make up for that in added buoyancy. the new EVVS runs longer - so if you usually ride a 142 “boat” board - demo the 146.3 in this shape. A fast, flatter rocker means more contact with rails for added control, and along with the steeper sidewalls allows the board to ride higher with more glide speed. Plus longer boards are funner to press out. Boat boards are designed to set an edge, and constantly build an arc as you progress into the wake. Cable riders who do air tricks you want to set and maintain an arc without adding onto the angle. This way you have a predictable take off around the bend, landing with more forward momentum.
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