JP Magic Ride Windsurf Board
PRO EDITION Technology
FULL WOOD SANDWICH Technology
This is an all-new, thrilling and exciting concept of extra wide, short and thin freeride boards within the JP line. It features so far unseen early planing with the easiest jibing possible. The main difference to comparable boards from our competition is, that they really give you an electrifying feel which you normally only get from much smaller boards. Their early planing and top speed is also unmatched in their class.
Shaper Werner Gnigler took a lot of features from the Freestyle Wave boards. The thin rails in combination with the low overall thickness make them such outstanding easy jibers. They pretty much jibe by themselves. Push the rail and they will carve the same radius every time - nice and easy. Obviously, the thin rails also provide great grip for more sporty jibes – in case you are up for those. If your jibes are not perfect yet and you sometimes make little mistakes during the maneuver – no problem the Magic Rides will simply finish the jibe for you by keeping the same radius.
The wide body concept creates ease, comfort and stability. This in combination with the special rocker line probably makes the boards the ultimate in passive planing today. You don’t need to pump or use a special technique to get them onto a plane. Just sheet in and enjoy! Their planing power is not limited to big sails. They jump on the plane effortlessly - even with rather small sails. Super easy to get going and get into the straps! They accelerate quickly to a convincing pace which is easy to handle and controllable at all times. And they never seem to stop planing!
Their amazing maneuverability and their reliability to carve steady arcs inspire to try some classic freestyle moves. Short and wide boards often run into control problems in choppy conditions. Not with the Magic Rides the maximum width is slightly in front of the center resulting in a smooth and even outline which provides enormous control at high speed. They will feel like the smallest boards of this width that you have ever sailed.