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Old 20th August 2010, 04:00 PM   #7
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I have a Kode 112 and Love it, its still a reasonably quick board, its designed with cut outs in the rear and has a fairly big fin as standard, on Lake Garda last week I was easily keeping up with the freeride boards and it handled the messy chop well allowing for some nice 'chop hops' in the process.

I also sail this board in Shoreham, England where we have cross/onshore wave conditions, it works really nicely there too, I would agree that this board Jumps really well. I sailed Futura's in Egypt last year at all sizes, they are lovely boards but they definitley have a more slalom/freeride feel.

I dont think you'll be disapointed with a Kode,

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