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These 3 boards will surprise you in low wind conditions
Everybody has his own drive
DRIVE 159 X 45
The Drive 159 is overall the best kiteboard for teaching - Students have successfully been using the Drive 159 since 2012. As you know teaching happens in many different wind and sea conditions, so this board has been constructed to be big and stable for low wind, but has enough flex for even choppy conditions. There are 2 centre fins that allow students to ride this board without drifting, and it allows them to experience an amazing upwind performance.
DRIVE 153 X 46
The Drive 153 is for overall performance in low wind conditions. We have built two carbon stripes into this superb board and the result is that the shape is more rigid so your kite will allow you to achieve top performance. This is the recommended board to select! Take advantage of the summer everyday with the Drive 153. Don’t let others enjoy kitesurfing at low wind, while you have to wait for more wind to come!
DRIVE 139 X 46
The Drive 139 is the pocket-sized Drive at just 46 cm width and only 139 cm in length. This allows it to easily fit into any board-bag - it will be accepted by airlines if you have to travel and are not sure about what wind to expect at your destination. The Drive 139 is the best board to take with you! It is large enough to not struggle upwind, and it’s small enough and effective enough to jump and do freestyle with.
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