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Tabou Pocket Tri Fin 2011

Tabou Pocket Tri Fin 2011

Board Type: Wave
Manufacturer: Tabou
Board sizes:

69L: 224x54 cm

75L: 225x55 cm

80L: 230x56.5 cm

85L: 233x58 cm

93L: 237x61 cm

Rating:
4
4.0/5

The Pocket has always been a very reliable and versatile wave board. Over the years, the Tabou team has fine tuned this board to make sure that it will keep up with the more and more demanding needs of modern wave riders. In 2011 a new version of this board is ready to rip the waves. The new Pocket Tri Fin is carefully optimized to offer all round wave performance. It excels in real world wave conditions and it is very fun to ride.

The board is crafted using the Flexlight CK technology and features a Carbon Kevlar deck. This construction technology assures optimal stiffness and makes the board light and durable. Although it is a dedicated wave board, the Tabou Pocket Tri Fin offers excellent freestyle and bump and jump performance too. Just as its name states, the board is equipped with a thruster fin setup. This fin setup maximizes onshore performance and allows the rider to go fast in gusty conditions. It also provides smooth rail to rail transitions and provides excellent turning control. The board can also be used with a single fin setup by riders that love a classic riding sensation.

The board features a full outline which makes it very stable and allows the rider to perform various technical maneuvers without worrying about losing control. A new rocker line also improves control and provides better planning and upwind performance. A concave hull design adds more grip to the ride and assures a fluid drive. The Tabou Pocket Tri Fin excels in most wave conditions. It packs plenty of power and it is easy to handle at the same time. It suits hardcore riders as well as less experienced ones. It is the kind of board which can offer an exhilarating wave riding experience.


Tabou Pocket Tri Fin 2011 Average Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.
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Tabou Pocket Tri Fin 2011 Reviewed on Dec 23rd 2011
4
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

It has plenty of pop and it jumps really nice. In waves the board doesn't turn very tight if you lean forward using the rail. If you ride a bit off your backfoot and you start your turns more off the tail, the Pocket turns really tight. The board pla...more

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Tabou Pocket Tri Fin 2011 Reviewed on Dec 23rd 2011
4
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

The Pocket comes with a thruster fin setup which makes it feel quite loose and agile. It is a wide board and feels big under your feet, but it is very dynamic. It is not one of the fastest wave boards, but it has a good acceleration. The pads re very...more