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Quatro Wave 76 (2008)

Although we enjoyed the Quatro FSW we tested in 2007, this is the first experience we have had with Quatro waveboards for a while. On the...

Quatro Wave 76 (2008)
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RRD Wave Cult 75 (2008)

This year RRD split their range between the bigger Cult range (the stubbies) and the smaller Cult HC (hardcore) waveboards (narrower trad style with single...

RRD Wave Cult 75 (2008)
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Starboard Evo 70 (Full Wood) (2008)

The Evo needs little introduction. It would appear that only details have been changed from the board that we tested last year. On the Water: For a...

Starboard Evo 70 (Full Wood) (2008)
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Starboard Evo 75 (2008)

The ’08 Evo 75 appears to have been subtly changed from the board we tested last year, with slightly increased tail vee and seemingly a...

Starboard Evo 75 (2008)
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Tabou Pocket Wave 72 (2008)

The Pocket Wave is the ‘stubby’ planshape board while the Da Curve (not tested) is the more conventional of Tabou’s two wave ranges. Although anyone...

Tabou Pocket Wave 72 (2008)
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Thommen1 MauiWave 83 (2008)

Pretty much a complete change from the Thommen X-Wave tested last year, and in nearly every way a change for the better. The X-Wave was...

Thommen1 MauiWave 83 (2008)
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Witchcraft 75 (2008)

Witchcraft is a Fuerteventura-based custom house run by Dutchman Bouke Becker that has recently branched out into larger-scale production via their own new Bulgarian factory....

Witchcraft 75 (2008)
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Thommen MWX Wave 74 (2009)

Last year we tested the 83L version of the same range and found it very similar – though obviously a bit bigger – to the...

Thommen MWX Wave 74 (2009)
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Exocet X-Wave 73 (2009)

The X-Wave is unchanged from the board that we tested last year, although we did notice slight differences in the distribution of the rocker and...

Exocet X-Wave 73 (2009)
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F2 Rebel 75 (2008)

The board we tested here was actually an ’08 board from the OTC centre but as it missed our main test last year (getting tested...

F2 Rebel 75 (2008)
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Fanatic New Wave 75 (Team Edition) (2009)

Another board that we tested last year and which hasn’t changed shape at all for this season. On the water: By modern standards the New Wave feels...

Fanatic New Wave 75 (Team Edition) (2009)
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Fanatic New Wave Twin 78 (Team Edition) (2008)

Fanatic are making mileage from having come out with their twinser a little later than the other brands, giving themselves what they consider a crucial...

Fanatic New Wave Twin 78 (Team Edition) (2008)
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Goya One 77 (2009)

After two extremely successful years Goya have given their fast wave / freestyle-wave a redesign. It gets a very slightly narrower tail, slightly wider nose,...

Goya One 77 (2009)
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JP Real World Wave 74 II Pro (2009)

The Real World Wave boards underwent a big change in 2008, with a substantial increase in rocker turning them from ‘fast’ waveboards into fully rockered...

JP Real World Wave 74 II Pro (2009)
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JP Twinser Wave 76 Pro (2009)

Advertised as “Kauli’s Babes”, the JP Twinsers are shaped by Werner Gnigler and “developed for side-onshore to side-offshore conditions, achieving maximum potential when they have...

JP Twinser Wave 76 Pro (2009)
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Mistral Twinzer Wave RD 76 (2009)

Mistral have approached the twinser from a slightly different direction. The planshape is similar, with the fairly standard narrow tail and wide nose – but...

Mistral Twinzer Wave RD 76 (2009)
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Mistral Wave RD 76 (2009)

The Mistral Wave line is unchanged from last season’s line-up. On the water: Longer than most at 235cm and with a fairly standard (not stubby) planshape, the...

Mistral Wave RD 76 (2009)
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RRD Wave Twin 74 (Ltd) (2009)

At 230cm the length is pretty standard for the twinsers and the hull is single concave like the Fanatic and JP Twinsers (as well as...

RRD Wave Twin 74 (Ltd) (2009)
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RRD Wave Cult Hardcore 70 X-Tech (2009)

The Hardcore boards should not be confused with the ordinary Wave Cult boards which are all a little larger, wider tailed and with moderate vee...

RRD Wave Cult Hardcore 70 X-Tech (2009)
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Tabou Pocket Wave 75 HD (2009)

The new Pocket Wave from Tabou unfortunately only arrived near the end of the test trip and we only managed to use it in 5.2m...

Tabou Pocket Wave 75 HD (2009)
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Witchcraft 77 Wave series V2.2 (2009)

Witchcraft are a range of tri-fin waveboards CAD designed by Bouke Becker in Fuerteventura and CNC made in their own factory in Bulgaria. Last year...

Witchcraft 77 Wave series V2.2 (2009)
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RRD Wave Twin 82-LTD (2009)

Middle size in a range of five Wave Twins that RRD have introduced for ’09 for those “wishing to take their riding to another level”....

RRD Wave Twin 82-LTD (2009)
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Mistral Twinzer RD 84 (2009)

The Twinzer is marketed as a “waveriding sensation” and all the emphasis is put on its performance riding waves. It is the middle of three...

Mistral Twinzer RD 84 (2009)
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Fanatic New Wave 81- Team Edition (2009)

Another board into its second year on the catalogue. It is billed as a “radical” waveboard for “good wave conditions” but qualified as being “user...

Fanatic New Wave 81- Team Edition (2009)
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