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Cabrinha Stylus 2015

Cabrinha Stylus 2015

Kiteboard Model: Stylus
Kiteboard Type: Twin-Tip
Brand: Cabrinha
Best For
Lightwind
Board sizes

145 x 45 cm
155 x 47 cm
165 x 48 cm

Rating:
5
5.0/5

The Stylus is designed to work without flaw in the most marginal wind conditions. It is a perfect lightwind freeride twin tip and paired with a race kite it becomes a racing weapon. It is a user friendly board at the same time and can accommodate even beginner riders with ease. When piloted by an experienced rider, it becomes really fast and can perform cool tricks.

Specifically designed for the rider who wants to ride a twin tip in the lightest wind possible, the Stylus from Cabrinha can really make the difference between sitting on the beach and waiting from the wind to pick up or having fun out on the water.

The Stylus sports a straighter outline and a wider profile. These features boost its early palning performance and make it easy to maneuver in light breezes. A flat lightwind rocker allows you plane with little power from the kite and improves the board’s upwind performance. A single concave bottom shape maximizes speed in light winds and assures a smooth and clean glide even in chop.

The board packs some pop too, so it can jump pretty nice. At the same time it is forgiving and easy to handle. It is equipped with 30mm GFN Hex flow fins which improve grip and tracking. The Stylus is built using a vertically laminated Paulownia wood core which ensures a natural flex and makes the board light and durable.


Cabrinha Stylus 2015 Average Rating: 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.
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Cabrinha Stylus 2015 Reviewed on Nov 19th 2014
5
Rating: 5.0 out of 5

This is it. The board that gets you riding in 10 knots. The rocker and outline are shallow to keep you upwind.

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Cabrinha Stylus 2015 Reviewed on Oct 2nd 2014
5
Rating: 5.0 out of 5

The Stylus is the same efficient lightwind board with good freeride potential. It's more playful than other boards for marginal wind. It planes fast and runs smooth. It's actually very smooth in choppy water.