Brunotti directional surfboard
If you have mastered kitesurfing on a twintip, you obviously want to take the next step. You have seen the waves at sea and want to make that your playground. A directional is the perfect toy to play between the waves. Brunotti makes some very nice directional surfboards for kitesurfing. The Brunotti directional surfboards are briefly described below with a link to the complete product description.
Brunotti Braap directional surfboard
The Brunotti Braap is a surfboard with a short nose which makes it super versatile. You can surf with it but also on days with less wind strapless freestyle. The four fins ensure that you can easily make speed. The honeycomb construction on the deck makes the board very resistant to dents and super durable. You can ride the Brunotti Braap both with and without footstraps for the real surf feeling. Read the full product description of the Brunotti Braap here.
Brunotti Boomer directional surfboard
The Boomer from Brunotti can be described as fast, agile and stable. The Boomer is suitable for the Dutch surf on the somewhat smaller days. With the 5 fin option you can choose whether you surf the Boomber with three or four fins. For more grip or more speed. The web over the top of the board adds strength and durability to the Brunotti Boomer. In the deck there are inserts for riding with straps. But of course you get the real surfing feeling when kitesurfing without straps. . Read the full description of the Brunotti Boomer here.
Brunotti Boss directional surfboard
The Brunotti Boss is dynamic and versatile. Anyone can rip waves with the Boss like a boss. The North Sea is his playground, preferably on a bigger day. The carbon web over the top of the board provides stiffness and durability. Because of this web there are almost no dents in the top of your board. The Boss has no less than five fin boxes. This allows you to ride the Brunotti Boss with three or four fins. Standard on the Brunotti Boss is a camera mount so that you can capture all your action forever. Check the full description of the Brunotti Boss here.
Brunotti Torque Equalizer
The Troque Equalizer ensures that the Brunotti boards in which this is used are extra strong and stiff in the diagonal axes, where the torsion occurs. This makes the Brunotti kiteboards easier to ride and have an even better performance.
Brunotti DSR technique
The DSR is a technique that Brunotti uses in the edges of the kiteboard. The DSR edge is a great freeride edge with a small contact surface. The sharp rail gives the Brunotti boards a lot of grip and a good upwind performance. Although the edge is thin, the edge has enough stiffness for a nice pop.
Brunotti CNC Wood Core
The Brunotti kiteboards are cut with a super high precision by the use of a high tech CNC machine. The CNC machine transfers the characteristics in the board exactly as you want. The result is a lightweight board that is just thick enough for the stiffness and strength you would want from your kiteboard. The flex gives the kiteboards a comfortable character.
Brunotti Active Backbone
The Active Backbone has been added to some boards for even more performance. The Active Backbone runs along the entire length of the board to add stiffness and strength where needed. The Backbone gradually distributes all the forces of the inserts over the entire kiteboard for extra control and comfort.