User login

Caution Trespass 6’0” 2010

Caution Trespass 6’0” 2010

Kiteboard Model: Trespass
Kiteboard Type: Directional
Brand: Caution
Best For
Waveriding  Lightwind
Board sizes

Length and width: 6’0” x 19”

  • Great in light wind conditions
  • Specifically built for larger and less experienced riders
  • Wide outline, thick tail
  • Single to double concave hull – thanks to the single concave, the board has drive through the mid section; thanks to the double concave, which is subtle by the way, the board’s tail is loose and snappy.
  • Slightly wider rails, progressively soft to hard through the tail
  • Bomber ¼“ 20 inserts and full deck pads
  • Comes stock with three future fins

The Trespass 6’0” board, like its sibling the Trespass 5’5”, is a board that thrives in the waves. There is one very important difference between these two boards. The 6”0” has been developed with the novice rider in mind. The board’s increased volume, wider template and toned down rocker means the rider will have more float when he goes out there to ride the waves.

The fact that the Trespass 6’0” has increased volume, a wider template and a toned down rocker also means the board handles quite well in light wind conditions – even when ridden by a heavier rider. Which is good, because I don’t think the novice rider will want to go out there when the wind’s picking up some considerable speed.

Speaking of riding, it must be said that the Trespass 6’0” is a cinch to ride strapless. It is also a cinch to ride it when the waves are glassy.

Two more thing bust be said about this board: the Trespass 6’0 is comfortable and durable. It is comfortable because it uses adjustable foot straps and full deck pads with increased softness. There are three choices for placing the foot straps; these should be more than enough to meet the requirements of any rider out there. The deck pads aren’t just soft – they offer the perfect density and the perfect balance between comfort and control. The Trespass 6’0 is durable because it is made from top quality materials that can take the punishment.

The Trespass 6’0 is the type of board you will want to use if you want to make the transition from twin-tip to directional boards. It is great for the heavier rider, for light wind conditions, and for glassy wave conditions when you need more board volume to compensate for declining kite power.

Caution Trespass 6’0” 2010 Average Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
Caution Trespass 6’0” 2010 Reviewed on Feb 25th 2011
rasmus Olsson
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

It is a good directional board for light wind conditions. Usually directional boards are harder to maneuver, but it is not the case with the Trespass. It responds very well and allows you to feel safe and in control. It can run nice in light and m...more