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Pike Boards FS 2012

Pike Boards FS 2012

Kiteboard Model: FS
Kiteboard Type: Twin-Tip
Brand: Pike
Best For
Freestyle  Wakestyle
Board sizes

128 x 38 cm

133 x 40 cm

Rating:
3
3.0/5

The FS – Freestyle by Pike boards is a designed for the new school freestyle and wakestyle rider that loves to throw impossible tricks with style. It is powerful and dynamic, but it is also easy to control and comfortable to ride. It is perfect for competitions, for training and progression. It runs great in a wide range of conditions, including gusts, lighter winds or chop.

Enter a new world of new school freestyle and wakestyle with the Pike Boards FS. As the guys at Pike say, this is the best weapon for powered jumps. It is indeed a fast board, which delivers an explosive pop and can be used for competition and progression.

It features a compact profile, with a slightly rounder hip profile. This shape allows it plane quickly and move upwind very fast and without much edging. The tips feature a custom shape that follow the bottom channels profile to ensure predictable landings and accurate control.

The FS has a medium to hard flex pattern that is able to generate huge pop. You can perform advanced tricks with style. At the same time, the flex is forgiving enough to assure smooth landings and a comfortable ride in chop. Special channels in the bottom provide superior grip and stability, plus a smooth water flow. Thanks to these channels you can use the board without fins if you want to hit some serious sliders and kickers.

The board features adjustable stance options, so you can choose the most comfortable ones. It is built using a 3D wood core, fiber glass and carbon stringers reinforcement and ABS sidewalls.


Pike Boards FS 2012 Average Rating: 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
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Pike Boards FS 2012 Reviewed on Jun 21st 2013
3
Rating: 3.0 out of 5

it has a very good pop and boosts very well, but landings are not that smooth. the rail bite is consistent and you can always load and pop. it shines upwind, but it is something like a bumpy ride in chop.