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Unregistered 14th October 2008 11:11 AM

Kode 112, 122
 
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 01:19 AM

someone?
please

billy

Ola_H 16th October 2008 01:53 PM

I've asked Tiesda to come in.

Duncan 16th October 2008 03:48 PM

Duncan
 
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 04:59 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 02:49 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 04:28 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 06:31 AM

heavyweights
 
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


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