grigorib wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 25, 2019 6:15 pm
My US Flysurfer dealer is amazing and has fueled my addiction since my first year on water. Timely, precise, knowledgeable, reliable, not greedy, has parts and is true kite addict - exactly what I need from a dealer.
I've heard dealers east of the Mississippi have had good experiences with Flysurfer. Flysurfer doesn't do a good job servicing west of the Mississippi from my experience. Regardless, I'm sure they're good boards.
Moving forward, they're a lot of good freeride boards on the market right now. If you like the asymmetrical shape concept of the Radical, you might want to check out the Naish Switch.
I got to demo some freeride boards at AWSI and the one's that stood out to me were Eleveight's Master (also available in a carbon version), Core's Fusion4, Duotone's Select (also available in carbon), and F-One's Trax HRD (also available in carbon).
These boards are available ranging from 137-139cm.
I hope that helps a bit if you want some other brands/models to consider. Crazyfly makes some great boards too, so I can't knock them. Also Litewave's Kick-S 139 might be worth checking out. Good luck!