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Duotone Soleil 2019

Postby Toby » Sun Dec 23, 2018 3:27 pm

Duotone News:

Duotone Soleil 2019


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Designed for women, by women, this impressive freeride board is perfect for riders looking to perfect their first freestyle moves.

The Soleil was one of the first kiteboards designed by women for women, and that concept holds true today. Completely redefined, the Soleil is now offering the Space Flex Technology. The Carbon Beam construction provides the board with a lively feel that is very reactive to rider input. Rail to rail carving is a dream while the pop is impressive. The softer flex in combination with the Space Flex Technology ensures the ride is smooth, even on the choppiest of days and the Step Mono Concave bottom gets you going early. Due to the new grab rails, the light weight and the narrow width of the board, it becomes much easier to handle and to control, even in windy and rough conditions. Many brands go with the “pink it and shrink it” approach, with the Soleil you get a female specific board that was designed and built from the ground up for women. You deserve something special; the Soleil was made just for you!

https://www.duotonesports.com/kiteboard ... ps/soleil/



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Re: Duotone Soleil 2019

Postby SolarSet » Sun Dec 23, 2018 4:16 pm

every time I see women specific kiteboarding product



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Re: Duotone Soleil 2019

Postby iriejohn » Sun Dec 23, 2018 6:02 pm

I'm 1.80m and weigh 82kg.

Would a "female specific" TT do anything significant for a 1.8m/82kg woman that it would not do for me?

I call bullshit.

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Re: Duotone Soleil 2019

Postby PinkDuotonePride » Sun Dec 23, 2018 11:35 pm

Yummy...

I wonder can I use it in heels?
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Re: Duotone Soleil 2019

Postby Europ2 » Mon Dec 24, 2018 3:24 pm

iriejohn wrote:
Sun Dec 23, 2018 6:02 pm
I'm 1.80m and weigh 82kg.
Would a "female specific" TT do anything significant for a 1.8m/82kg woman that it would not do for me?
I call bullshit.
What happen if you do it the other way round. A man using a "female specific" TT ? Too soft, more prone to break ?
It might also be a question of.... weight.
A teen girl recently asked me if she could buy a pair of boy skate shoes, same size (size 40 EUR).
Maybe I was wrong but I had to say no, mainly due to foot volume.... :(

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Re: Duotone Soleil 2019

Postby iriejohn » Mon Dec 24, 2018 6:35 pm

Europ2 wrote:
Mon Dec 24, 2018 3:24 pm
iriejohn wrote:
Sun Dec 23, 2018 6:02 pm
I'm 1.80m and weigh 82kg.
Would a "female specific" TT do anything significant for a 1.8m/82kg woman that it would not do for me?
I call bullshit.
What happen if you do it the other way round. A man using a "female specific" TT ? Too soft, more prone to break ?
It might also be a question of.... weight.
A teen girl recently asked me if she could buy a pair of boy skate shoes, same size (size 40 EUR).
Maybe I was wrong but I had to say no, mainly due to foot volume.... :(
I think you missed the twice mentioned 82kg.


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