Jun 23, 2010
Author: SBC Kiteboard
STYLE: Freestyle New School
SIZE: 134 x 41 cm
TIP WIDTH:31 cm
TIP WIDTH at 6”: 36 cm
FINS: 50 mm
The Crazy Fly Rocky Pro Model for 2010 is back again with the same test-leading shape and rocker line as last year’s legend. CrazyFly has been a performance and innovation leader with their line of full carbon technology twin-tips that were one of the first to incorporate deeper concaves and ABS rounded side rails. The Rocky is the most aggressive new school, competition freestyle twin of the line. With a wide and parallel outline, and stiff, reactive flex, the Rocky delivers massive pop to the aggressive freestyle pro and advanced riders. Some of this board’s stiffness is masked by the concave, which can smooth the bouncy ride through choppy water and helps to cushion landings. The Rocky also generates lots of power in lighter winds and gives you some added pop and upwind ability even as the wind drops. The Rocky best suits the advanced riders that want a pro competition board that has no limits to its ample pop and high-powered performance.
Footbed and Strap System: EVA Pro Pad and Quick Fix II Straps
The Crazy Fly EVA Pro Pad has a dual-density foam and good contours in the heels and toe to help with grip and cushioning. The pads are also lighter weight than some similar designs. The redesigned Quick Fix II straps have easy Velcro adjustment straps and are moderately easy to affix to the board. Available in small sizes, the asymmetrical shape of the strap easily meets the industry standard and as is the norm with this traditional style they become more comfortable and locked-in over time.
• Tip-to-tip CNC shaped Wood Tech Core II
• Nano Fiber Carbon Technology II
• Rounded and hand-finished ABS sidewalls
• UV stable top sheet foils
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