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Tabou Pocket Wave 75 (2010)

After four years of solid development, with quite a few changes throughout that time, Tabou have decided to keep this board the same as last...

Tabou Pocket Wave 75 (2010)
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Starboard Kode 74 (2010)

Starboard’s Kode shapes differ throughout the range to suit the conditions in which the board is most likely to be sailed, so every model tends...

Starboard Kode 74 (2010)
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RRD Wave Cult 75 (2010)

The Wave Cults are marketed as RRD’s range to suit the broadest variety of wave conditions. They’re also said to excel in choppy water and...

RRD Wave Cult 75 (2010)
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JP Wave 75 (2010)

The 2010 Wave line replaces the Real World Waves that have been around for the past few seasons. With this range, JP suggest that the...

JP Wave 75 (2010)
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Goya One 77 (2010)

The ‘one board quiver’ from Goya has seen a few improvements for 2010, with new straps and pads plus a few design tweaks. The Ones...

Goya One 77 (2010)
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Fanatic New Wave 76 (2010)

Although retaining the same name as last year, the three smaller New Waves are entirely new shapes with shorter, wider outlines and fuller, softer rails...

Fanatic New Wave 76 (2010)
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Exocet U-Surf 68 (2010)

Dubbed as the perfect board to use in anything from big hollow surf to small mushy waves, the Exocet would seem to cover all bases...

Exocet U-Surf 68 (2010)
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Starboard Quad 81 Wood Carbon (2010)

Starboard are the first to bring a four-fin set-up back to the windsurfing market with the introduction of their Quad. We’re promised “more drive, more traction,...

Starboard Quad 81 Wood Carbon (2010)
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Tabou Da Curve 85 TE (2010)

The Da Curves are totally new shapes for 2010 and are still available as singles or twin-fins (though not as a three-boxed optional). Tabou believe that...

Tabou Da Curve 85 TE (2010)
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Witchcraft Chakra 88 (2010)

The Chakra is the second line of thrusters to be put into production by Witchcraft. It supposedly has more of a classic freestyle-wave rockerline, but due...

Witchcraft Chakra 88 (2010)
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Quatro Tempo Wave Twin-Fin 84 (2010)

The Twin-Fin 84 is part of Quatro’s brand new Tempo range, and has been designed to perform in waves found anywhere around the globe. Quatro say...

Quatro Tempo Wave Twin-Fin 84 (2010)
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JP Twinser Wave 82 Pro (2010)

Marketed once again as Kauli’s Twinsers, these boards are said to allow every rider to carve more radical turns on any wave from average onshore days...

JP Twinser Wave 82 Pro (2010)
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Goya Custom Twin-Fin Wave 89 (2010)

Goya are entering the twinser market for the first time with this line-up of twin-fin boards, available in 74L, 81L, and 89L. During development the...

Goya Custom Twin-Fin Wave 89 (2010)
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RRD Wave Thruster 84 Ltd (2010)

Dubbed “the missing link” by RRD, the Wave Thrusters are the first tri-fins to hit the scene from a mass-market manufacturer for a long time. We’re...

RRD Wave Thruster 84 Ltd (2010)
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Fanatic New Wave Twin 86 TE (2010)

Now in its second year, the 2010 New Wave Twin has been through another season of development and sees some key changes. The new range...

Fanatic New Wave Twin 86 TE (2010)
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Exocet X wave 73 (2008)

The X Wave takes over from the Exo Wave as the principal higher wind riding board in the Exocet line-up. The design is similar in...

Exocet X wave 73 (2008)
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Fanatic AllWave 72 (2008)

The AllWave is the ‘stubby’ of Fanatic’s two dedicated wave ranges. Although nominally only 3 litres smaller than last year’s smallest 75L, this year’s 72...

Fanatic AllWave 72 (2008)
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Fanatic New Wave 75 (2008)

This is slightly the more ‘trad’ shaped waveboard of Fanatic’s two lines, although apart froman extra 7cmlengthmany of the other differences of style and planshape...

Fanatic New Wave 75 (2008)
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Goya Custom Wave Series 75 (2008)

Despite the quoted 75L of volume the Custom Wave is actually a very small board which, as well as being the narrowest on test, also...

Goya Custom Wave Series 75 (2008)
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Goya One Series FSW 77 (2008)

This successful range is carried over without change from last year. Although this board was effectively the biggest on test and carries the ‘freestyle-wave’ tag,...

Goya One Series FSW 77 (2008)