Tabla de Kite Surf - Ocean Rodeo Mako 135
Activo desde 10/09/2018
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Kitesurfing Magazine review:
At A Glance
Ocean Rodeo continues with one of the most enduring and unique twin tip designs on the market. With the understanding that life isn’t all about flat water lagoons and cross-offshore waves, the Mako promises real world practicality in the choppy, wind-blown waters kiters often find themselves in. Boasting the deepest concave on any production twin tip (ever) and a wood core construction, the Mako slices through chop like butter. Duraclear top and bottom layers combined with tapered ABS rails take the hits.
On The Water
The first thing that stood out for us was how silky the Mako feels on the water. It prowls smoothly upwind at a very impressive angle compared with regular squared off twin tips of a similar length. Rail to rail transfer is effortless and the board feels light and nimble underfoot.
For sure the Mako is a dream for cruisers that want to notch up the miles in comfort, but when we really put the hammer down we felt this little board light up. Throwing a hard turn into a wave face, the Mako has tremendous grip and control. Those rounded tips give an ideal pivot point and natural carve radius. At 135cm, the little Mako is a great fit for the short fetch, wind driven waves that grace many of our shores.
That chop-smoothing ability also helps with launching seriously boosts: it helps you hold higher board speed and makes spotting your take off a less demanding affair.
All-terrain blasting, chop hopping, windy-wave shredding and hucking big airs, the pocket-rocket 135 Mako is an addictive and easy to love twinny.