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Airush Livewire 2015

Airush Livewire 2015

Kiteboard Model: Livewire
Kiteboard Type: Twin-Tip
Brand: Airush
Best For
Freestyle  Wakestyle
Board sizes

132x39 cm

135x40 cm

138x41 cm

140x42 cm


The Livewire is one of the most versatile freestyle and wakestyle kiteboards today. It needs no introduction, as Alex Pastor won the 2013 PKRA World Championships using this board. For the 2015 season, the Livewire is back and ready to shred. It packs a huge pop and offers exquisite control in virtually any situation.

With the Livewire from Airush you can hit sliders and kickers or perform technical freestyle maneuvers with style. It is a board designed for the advanced rider who is always trying to push riding to a new level. Thanks to a straighter outline, the board planes quickly and it is very fast, but also easy to control.

It sports a dual rocker design, featuring a flatter rail rocker, for maximum pop and upwind performance and an increased center rocker for better comfort and smoother landings. The board uses Airush’s Carbon Torsion Control technology, based on bias oriented Carbon fiber along the heel edge, which the amount of torsional flex in this area to ensure that you can you to ride the board flatter for increasing comfort and speed.

The board is built using a Biotech multizone core, based on a vertical wood core sandwich comprising of a dual density Balsa and Poplar core with ABS rail and tips. A .4mm sintered Grindrite base is used to ensure better glide and durability. This entire structure ensures increased durability, an optimal flex and pop ratio and superior responsiveness.

Airush Livewire 2015 Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.
Airush Livewire 2015 Reviewed on Nov 8th 2014
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

It's one hell of a board. It's fast and got lots of pop. It's a bit stiff at the first glide, but very comfortable after a few spins. I totally love the grind base. It's bomb proof.

Airush Livewire 2015 Reviewed on Oct 12th 2014
Rating: 5.0 out of 5

It looks so cool! Best design in years. It's a rocket! It has channeled bottom so it blasts upwind. And it's very controllable in flat water and chop. It's absolutely amazing.