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The new Ocean Rodeo Duke: built for progressive kitesurfing

Postby Toby » Mon Jul 13, 2020 9:21 pm

Ocean Rodeo News:

The Duke: built for progressive kitesurfing


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The new Duke is 25% lighter than the previous model and features a deep concave that ensures a smooth ride and plenty of speed. It's a progressive, stable platform that is perfect for smaller waves and pumping out tricks until you get them dialed in.
Check out Reece Myerscough's walkthrough of the new Duke here, or find out more about the Duke by clicking on the button below.

https://oceanrodeo.com/boards/duke/



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Re: The new Ocean Rodeo Duke: built for progressive kitesurfing

Postby appelton » Fri Sep 11, 2020 2:50 am

How does it compare to Ocean Rodeo Mako Duke ? Anyone had a chance to ride both of them ?

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Re: The new Ocean Rodeo Duke: built for progressive kitesurfing

Postby Da Yoda » Fri Sep 11, 2020 5:36 am

appelton wrote:
Fri Sep 11, 2020 2:50 am
How does it compare to Ocean Rodeo Mako Duke ? Anyone had a chance to ride both of them ?
It's nearly the same dimensions and shape to the old MD. It does have 5-fin boxes now which is nice for fin set-up preferences. The 25% reduction in weight is quite appealing too.
I want to try one!
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