Last week we treated you to a gallery of images from the new Quatro SUP range, click here for the full post, now we have all the information on the updates to the Goya and Quatro range.
The KT Quad remains a similar shape and graphics, while the LS Quad has been fully updated. The updated LS Quad holds all the qualities of the LS concept; versatility, quick planing transitioning to a top end speed, spontaneous turns; all infused with Keith latest shaping experience.
The line is enriched with a larger choice of volumes making it available to all sailors:
The new LS signature graphic designs are based on Levi’s vision of windsurfing.
New Pads will enhance sailing experience with a new grooving,dual density and quick tail for premium sailing experience.
Quatro also introduce the new LS Thruster. Thruster is the result of month of sailing and perfecting a unique board.It offers a different approach to wave sailing then the Quad; more predictable though the turns, easier to sail on the back foot…This board is the easiest board to transition from a single fin to a mufti fin.
The Tempo (twin fin) and FSW continue with similar shapes and graphics.
The line shapes remain similar, including the Quad, One, Air and Surf models. Though all boards have been updated, with additional volumes and a thruster set up now available for the One.
The Banzaii has been updated to provide lower and more forward driving power, giving the sail more control and a better high end performance, whilst maintaining a similar low end performance just delivered in a slightly different way. There are also a few more colour options, in line with the current models and pro edition colours.
The Storm has also seen some progression, with a more compact shape and increased range and manoeuvrability, plus new pro edition colours are available too.