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CrazyFly Cruiser Pro 2010

CrazyFly Cruiser Pro 2010

Kiteboard Model: Cruiser
Kiteboard Type: Twin-Tip
Brand: Crazy Fly
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Board sizes

Length, width, weight:
135 x 46cm, 2.6kg
145 x 44cm, 2.9kg
145 x 48cm, 3.2kg

  • Handles great in light wind conditions
  • Nano Fiber Carbon Construction II – ten times stronger and five times lighter than steel
  • CNC Shaped Wood Tech Core II – offers the natural flex properties of the wood and is quite lightweight. By having a wood core this board provides great flex and pop, is light, flexible and firm.
  • UV Stable Top Sheet Foils – preserve the board’s colors for a longer period of time
  • 3T Tip to Tip Wood Core – incredibly light wood core with no joints and excellent flex and pop.
  • 3D ABS Rails – combined with the board’s concave bottom, makes for smooth and easy carving
  • G10 Fins – these fins have a very low profile to minimize drag, are made from very durable materials, and are incredibly difficult to break.
  • Progressive Flex Tips II – the center of the board is stiffer, while the tips offers more flex
  • Shock Absorbing System – this system ensures your knees will not hurt after riding in choppy waters for a few hours. This system dampens the shock and combined with the Progressive Flex Tips II, allows the board to provide a very smooth ride.
  • Quick Fix Straps System II – you will mount the straps very easily and very rapidly with this system. You will be done in a matter of seconds.
  • Dual density EVA Pro Pads – lightweight pads that are quite comfortable and always stay in position. Speaking of which, it must be mentioned that the stance angle is adjustable.
  • Leather straps – leather is a very durable material that maintains its shape and is very lightweight
  • Concave bottom – thanks to the concave bottom the board is stable in carves, is incredibly easy to use, and makes switching very easy. Combined with the 3D ABS rails it makes for smooth and easy carving
  • Tail Outline Shape – thanks to this shape the rider can load up an edge when performing jumps and get more airtime.
  • Stainless Steel Inserts – these inserts are bullet proof. They will not rust, they will not break, they will take the punishment.
  • Special 3D Effect Color – the board changes color from shades of green to shades of red. The color change depends on the angle the sunrays hit the board. Makes for a good looking, appealing board.
  • Top Class Finish – the board’s great looks will make you the envy of the beach.

As this board’s name so adequately points out, it has been developed for a specific task – cruising. With the 2010 Cruiser Pro you can go out on the water, cruise around and have a bit of fun. If you want to ride a bit more aggressively, you can also do that. The board has medium flex, enough pop, and durable construction to handle a bit of aggression.

But the simple fact of the mater is that the Cruiser Pro has not been developed to be ridden hard and aggressive. If you want an aggressive freeride board, get the 2010 Raptor Pro; if you want an aggressive freestyle board, get the 2010 Bulldozer. But if you want to cruise around in light winds, then get the 2010 Cruiser Pro. This board excels in light wind conditions. It has all the elements to make it a good light wind board: it is made from carbon composites which are very lightweight, it has a lightweight yet strong wood core, it has a flat rocker, and it has narrow tips.

As a rule of thumb, if you want your board to last, it has to be made from very durable materials. The 2010 Cruiser Pro board certainly fits the bill. Its core is made from wood, which is a very durable material. On top of the wood there are carbon fiber composites, which are some 5 times lighter than steel and some 10 times stronger than steel. The board features leathers straps – leather is a very strong material, in case you did not know. The board also features practically indestructible G10 fins and stainless steel inserts.

If you decide to get the 2010 Cruiser Pro, you are sure to own it for a long, long time. Not only will it not break during all this time, but it is sure to keep it good looks. You see, the board is covered with UV-resistant sheet foils that preserve the board’s colors for a longer period of time.

The bottom line is that the 2010 Cruiser Pro is well balanced board suited for the intermediate and advanced rider who wants to ride in light wind conditions.