JP Windsurf Single Thruster
PRO EDITION in S-Glass Technology with Stringers and Carbon Rails
The boards additionally come with 2 Mini Tuttle plugs to cover the side-fin boxes when used as single-fin boards.
WAVE RIPPING ROCKETS
Shaper Werner Gnigler and pro riders Robby Swift and Ricardo Campello have worked on this new line to come up with boards which are incredibly versatile suiting the competitor on the PWA World Tour just as well as the active wave sailor looking for a powerful and fast wave toy. They cover a huge range of use and the popular 3 fin set up gives you lots of tuning options. Not just the choice of using it as a single or tri fin, but also the option to use bigger side fins and a smaller center fin. These tuning options can shift the focus of the board from an onshore rocket to a side shore playmate.
JP improved the early planing and top end control by making the boards longer. The increased water-line length facilitates early planing and provides more drive when the conditions get tough.
Their overall width and rather wide tails make them accelerate fast and go well upwind.
Landing big jumps and staying on the plane becomes a lot easier. They come with a rather flat rocker between the straps and with little tail kick. The double concave bottom runs into a progressive V towards the tail producing additional bottom curve in the rail. This and the additional outline curve between the straps makes the boards fast and turny. This and the additional outline curve between the straps makes the boards fast and turny. Whether you are looking for fast bottom turns or tight turns aiming for the pocket, they offer it all. The thin rails bite determinedly and maintain the grip in carving and down-the-line bottom turns.
These fast and versatile wave boards offer a vast range of use in the Thruster set-up. Additionally, they can be fine-tuned to suit your individual style and the given conditions. They convincingly perform in all sorts of wave conditions. You will love them for their ease of use in the waves and the potential to rip the wave to pieces when wanted. With improved planing power they qualify as bump and jump high wind boards, too.