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Unregistered
14th October 2008, 12:11 PM
I would like to know if in those two boards we can use a single back strap in all of its versions, tufskin, technora, wood, woodcarbon.

thanks
billy

Unregistered
16th October 2008, 02:19 AM
someone?
please

billy

Ola_H
16th October 2008, 02:53 PM
I've asked Tiesda to come in.

Duncan
16th October 2008, 04:48 PM
hi,

We checked this morning and we can confirm that you can ride with single strap on the 112 and 122, in all technologies

cheers

Duncan

Tiesda You
16th October 2008, 05:59 PM
Hi Billy,

The Kode 112/122 Technora, Wood and Wood Carbon can be set up with a single strap for the back foot. They can also be set up with two straps side by side without a gap in between (i.e. it's like having an extra wide single back strap).

The Kode Tufskin 114/122 are a bit different: the single strap option is only in the beginner setting.

I think that by looking at the board photos, you can see their positions.

Cheers,

Tiesda

Unregistered
17th October 2008, 03:49 AM
thank you all for your replies,

I want to buy this board, probably the 122, to start elementary freestyle tricks, such us Backwind, switch stance, clew first and old school tricks, I am 72 kilos
Isn't it a good choice?

billy

Unregistered
19th October 2008, 05:28 PM
Hi Billy

For your 72 kilos body... I would recommend you the kode 102 wood carbon. Enough volume and light as a feather.

112 and 122 I find them more free slalom like.

Also if yo are into freestyle tricks, why not the flare??? Apart from being the best freestyle boards they are also good fun as a freeride board with the right fin on.

David

Unregistered
27th October 2008, 07:31 AM
I was looking for a similar need - introductory new school freestyle in lighter winds - say 15 knots. The only difference is that I'm 100kgs so I was looking at the Kode 122 as something that would be early planing and with enough volume under foot. You say that it's more freeride / slalom. Would you steer away from it for my needs?

Thanks Peter