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Liquid Force Element 2014

Liquid Force Element 2014

Kiteboard Model: Element
Kiteboard Type: Twin-Tip
Brand: Liquid Force
Best For
Freeride  Freestyle
Board sizes

133x41 cm

136x41.5 cm

139x42 cm


The Element is designed to deliver world class performance for all demanding freestyle and freeride junkies. It is designed by legendary wakeboard and kiteboard shaper Jimmy Redmon in collaboration with PKRA rider Christophe Tack. Every aspect of the board is fine tuned to perfection and the board is ready to take freeride and freestyle to a new dimension.

The Element feels agile and powerful from the first moment you set it on the water. It is a board optimized for riders looking for competition performance, but also for less experienced riders that enjoy a good thrill or just want to progress. It features a compact outline, with a slightly wider center section. This profile assures excelent upwind and early planing performance.

The ultra-shallow concave center with quad-channeled tips assures a very smooth and fast glide, as well as increased stability and a good release. The channels in the tips improve grip, prevent spray and assure soft and controllable landings. The low rocker improves upwind performance and control, but also enhances speed and acceleration, making the board lively and responsive. The stiff flex pattern generates an explosive pop and immediate response.

Liquid Force has built the Element using a wood core, complemented by Biax longitudinal reinforcement strips for ultra durability and flex integrity, Biax/triax glass layers for torsional rigidity and even flex, Liquid Rail for impact durability, a Printed matte nylon or sublimated top sheet and a Printed matte nylon or sublimated base. This structure assures an optimal strength to weight ratio and assures prefect flex and reflex.

Liquid Force Element 2014 Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.
Liquid Force Element 2014 Reviewed on Nov 3rd 2013
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Seems that there's no DLX this year. Crap. Looks like the Element takes over. It's a good board with super pop, but it lacks that wake feel the DLX had. Don't get me wrong, this is a good board. Plenty pop, grip and speed. Soft in chop a...more

Liquid Force Element 2014 Reviewed on Oct 15th 2013
Rating: 5.0 out of 5

If you want some serious pop, this is the board you should go with. I rode it a a demo test and it's a rocket. It also tracks upwind fast and it has a cool acceleration. It edges very controlled and you get lots of power. You also get grip and s...more