|31st July 2011 10:19 PM|
Kode or quad for heavy sailors
What are sailors above 100k supposed to do for wave boards ???
The big kodes are described as freeriders and biggest quad is 95 litres ???
|31st July 2011 06:47 PM|
Hey has anybody surfed the new kode 86?
|25th July 2011 02:07 AM|
Those new graphics looks f**kin s**t - and time passing will not change my mind. However, for a Kode 80 I would be looking at a wood construction which I'm hoping will look like the previous 7+ years.
For me such a small board in a wood carbon finish is a waste of time as the lightness of the board is less critical.
|10th July 2011 09:20 PM|
Just got my 2012 Kode. Guys, you can finish the chat, I wasn't sure from the pics, but in real life it is the absolute business! Go buy one! 8) And the question about single v twin, ITS A SINGLE! 8) Same as previous year, the only real differences are the rear rails release a little better for early planing get up and go, while the footstraps are new, with sizes on the inside so you can set the size really quick and easy on different boards.
|30th May 2011 05:25 PM|
Anybody know if sizes will the same as 2011?
|19th May 2011 09:34 PM|
As for different fin configurations there are the other starboards...quad etc.
I think it's a good idea to leave kode as a single fin board.
|19th May 2011 06:18 PM|
|19th May 2011 02:48 PM|
Think the new graphics will take time to get use to, as people will be ued to the previous ones.
Does anyone know the fin configuration on the 2012 Kode, heard comments and seen pictures of a quad/convertabile ? (realise this could be just the prototype) Anyone know ?
|17th May 2011 06:30 AM|
I really like the new look, especially after now seeing lots of pics. Looks classy to me.
(But it's also a change, Don't you find any new board graphics are odd at first, as you get used to them? Same with sails)
|15th May 2011 02:22 PM|
I don't like the new look. Old was much nicer!!
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