On the water the board has a “locked-in” feeling, carves amazingly, and gives the smooth rail feeling that a surfboard has when riding waves.
Some of our riders have used the AXIS Twin Wave 148 on their downwinders and they claim it to be the ideal twin tip for the job.
Diving into the technical details of the Twin Wave, the V Spine bottom profile and the tucked rail allow this board to glide effortlessly from edge to edge. The Twin Wave is a directional twintip, with the tucked edges tapering into a harder edge at the tail. There are also multiple fin placements to accentuate the directional aspect of the board, or simply ride as a standard twintip. The Twin Wave is dedicated to the waves but also excels in the chop, not quite ready for a directional kite surfboard? Here is the perfect transition from a twintip into the progressive and dynamic world of kitesurfing.