Freestyle

Freestyle

Exocet I-Style 104 (2008)

Hitting the market last year, the 104 (along with the smaller 94) was Exocet’s first foray into the world of freestyle. On the water: Exocet is a...

Exocet I-Style 104 (2008)
Freestyle

F2 Chilli 99 (2008)

Despite continuing with the 99 name and volume, this new ’08 model is a bit shorter and wider than previously but with the same rockerlines...

F2 Chilli 99 (2008)
Freestyle

Fanatic Skate 97 (2008)

For many years the Skate was the benchmark for ‘accessible’ freestyle with a heavy crossover into ordinary recreational sailing. It appears that some things don’t...

Fanatic Skate 97 (2008)
Freestyle

Goya X1 105 (2008)

Although the smaller of two in the X1 range, the 105 with its relatively high length, max width and volume is still one the bigger...

Goya X1 105 (2008)
Freestyle

JP Freestyle 99 Pro (2008)

The middle of three JP Freestyle boards, available in this lighter Pro Edition or in Full Wood Sandwich. The JP Freestyles are another range with...

JP Freestyle 99 Pro (2008)
Freestyle

Mistral Joker 104 (2008)

This is the biggest of Mistral’s two freestyle boards. Both are marketed specifically as freestyle boards for expert sailors and new-school tricks. On the water: The Joker...

Mistral Joker 104 (2008)
Freestyle

RRD Twin Tip 100 (2008)

The middle size of three Twin Tips for ’08, the 100 feels relatively low in volume and is short but significantly wide throughout. It looks...

RRD Twin Tip 100 (2008)
Freestyle

Tabou Freestyle 100 (2008)

One of four freestyle boards in the Tabou line and acclaimed as their “most popular”, the 100 has been beefed up for ’08 with extra...

Tabou Freestyle 100 (2008)