Aerial orientated wave
Wave, Freestyle Wave or Freemove, what's your style?
The Kode has been reshaped this year into three models encompassing the Koster Kode Wave, the Freestyle Wave and Freemove all available in your choice of construction: Carbon, Wood or Technora.
The Kode Waves are for riders who like to blend aerials with powerful wave – carving. Their straight-line speed and acceleration also make them the most ideal board for big airs, getting out over the white water and making the most of onshore conditions like we see predominantly in the UK. They come in a twin fin with single fin option depending on your preference.
The Kode Freestyle Wave is aggressive, fast and manoeuvrable with a balanced blend between wave, freestyle and freeride. For those who want an all in one board to handle all conditions then this could be the board for you!
The Kode freemove has updated rails for 2013 which have less tuck under for harder edges which means you get more acceleration and quicker planing. They are designed for aggressive and maneuverable freeriders that love to carve hard, catch air and surf the swell.
For more information on each of the shapes and product video click HERE
It’s turbo-boosted. You don’t get any sensation of pushing water (an issue with over-rockered, ‘squirrily’ wave boards). It releases like a slalom board but without the control issues. I love it!
103ltr Freetyle Wave and 77ltr Wave
77L October 2012 Test Report (Windsurf Mag):
"The Kode Wave 77 is a very capable all-rounder with the added versatility of being able to switch between single and twin fin modes. It’s a fast board, so if you’re into hitting everything at Mach 10 and going big then you’ll love it. On test it performed really well in the wide range of conditions we had but most notably on the windier and more powerful days".
For the full test report please click HERE
103ltr Jan/Feb 2013 Freestyle Wave Test Report (Windsurf Mag):
"The Kode 103 is a highly-versatile, standout board that performed superbly for all sizes of rider in this test. On flat-water it’s a lot of fun and in bump & jump or swell it’s also super capable. But it’s as a freestyle option that it really shines as a top performer. It would suit any rider with a trick-minded focus who also wants to have some fun in waves as well as blast around at full throttle every now and then."
For the Full test report please click HERE