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Nobile Infinity 2013

Nobile Infinity 2013

Kiteboard Model: Infinity
Kiteboard Type: Directional
Brand: Nobile
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The new Infinity is the weapon of choice for rides that want to explore waves and discover the new areas of kitesurfing. The board is designed by the Nobile crew in collaboration with 2012 Master Of The Ocean and three time wave KPWT world champion Jose Luengo, so it has to offer exceptional performance and reliability.

The Infinity offers a perfect blend of power and comfort and can challenge and conquer a wide range of waves in both strapped and strapless mode. It is actually easier to ride in strapless mode than other wave boards, due to the fact that it offers a very smooth glide and increased stability.

An Elliptical Progressive Concave bottom shaping makes the Infinity very reliable in all sorts of conditions and keeps the rider in control at all times. The thinner nose prevents it to slip from control in gusts. Nobile has built the Infinity using a Paulownia wood core, combined with Triaxial glass fiber layers and ABS sidewalls. The board also features an EVA foam deck and EVA rail.

The advanced core and laminate materials form a complete anti-vibration structure that manages to eliminate almost all vibrations during the ride. A pre-stress technology used in the construction process improves overall strength and assures a quick and precise response.

Nobile Infinity 2013 Average Rating: 3.7 out of 5 based on 3 user reviews.
Nobile Infinity 2013 Reviewed on May 23rd 2013
Rating: 3.0 out of 5

it's a good board to have fun in small surf and mushy waves. it also has lots of strapless potential cause it's stable and easy to control. however, in bigger waves the rail can trip and you can easily lose control. you need some skills with...more

Nobile Infinity 2013 Reviewed on Apr 11th 2013
Rating: 4.0 out of 5
Nobile Infinity 2013 Reviewed on May 3rd 2013
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

wood core, classic surfboard shape. behaves well in most conditions, from small surf and chop to bigger waves and in lighter to stronger winds. it has a bit of flex, so it "eats chop" and makes the ride comfortable. it doesn't pack muc...more