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Outlaw Freemove/ Freeride  models

These boards are designed for use in flat water blasting/ jumping  and small waves riding in a wide range of conditions.

A plan shape that has medium length and width, curved outline and a winger cut tail. Married to our fast wave board rocker line with a flat to veed double concave tail concave.

This enables the  Outlaws to be early planning , very fast [ GPS 30 knots]  but with great turning  and control in a wide range of conditions.

Available in a tri fin set up with US or Slotbox front fin options and US box , Powerbox   back fin options .

Available in both our CSGC [ Carbon /S Glass/ Corecell] And CIC Carbon/ Innegra/ Corecell ] constructions and Standard or custom graphics.


A quick update on the Outlaw. Loving the board.

There hasn’t been much friendly wind around since the board has been finished. Either 5-12kts or 35kts although there was about 20kts the other day out in some waves at Avoid Bay. Same day as Rossy took the footage on his 112 Hot Rod.
A bit to much going on for my wave riding/survival skills. I did manage to catch a medium sized wave and the board felt pretty good on the wave and was quite easy to find my way out the back in the shadow of the cliffs after leaving the ramp and really nice in the cleaner wind down the bay a bit. Ridden as a Thruster with 21cm Centre and a couple of 11’s on the side.
Apart from that there has been a few light wind sails. At 13kts or a whisker more I can get on the plane with a 7m NCX. Which is really good and then can glug around comfortably when the wind drops.
Today I tried it with an 8.6 Turbo when the wind dropped to see if it could handle the weight with a 95kg rider as well. Handled it with ease. And it got planing a couple of times in not much wind. Even pulling off a very low wind gybe easily.

This board gets on the plane easily with wind and seems to float like a board 15-20lts above its volume. Now just waiting for some good wind to get some feedback from it.

Peter Kenny