The three smallest sizes are most wave orientated. They fit the classic description of 'down-the-line sideshore wave boards'. Their speed and maneuverability make them good freestylers as well, although windsurfers nowadays may find them too small for anything other than the occasional high-wind move.
The three middle sizes are a balanced blend between wave, freestyle and freeride. 86 litres remains a popular size for wave riding, so the 86 maintains a strong wave emphasis. The 94 and 103 are the best freestylers and high-wind freeriders.
The two largest sizes are mostly freeride-oriented, since their size does not fit with the generally-accepted wave or freestyle volumes. They can best be seen as engaging, maneuverable alternatives in the freeride segment.
- The range that blends wave, freestyle and freeride.
- 68, 74, 80 : classic down-the-line style wave riders with high-wind freestyle ability
- 86, 94, 103: perfectly balanced blend between wave, freestyle and freeride
- 113, 123: maneuverable freeriders