Ticket to the moon.
- Big Air
- Rocket launching pop
- Handles extreme landings
- Full carbon construction
- Superior control
- Compatible with straps and wake bindings
- Raptor Extreme kiteboard
- Set of Carbon fins 5.0cm
- Screws set for handle and fins
|SIZE:||132 x 41||135 x 41||138 x 42||142 x 43|
|WEIGHT:||2.6 kg||2.7 kg||2.8 kg||2.9 kg|
|STANCE:||38 / 42 / 46 CM
15 / 16.5 / 18.0 INCH
(wake binding compatible)
A brand new addition to the Raptor board range, we are proud to introduce the Raptor Extreme. Designed and developed with Big Air World Champion Posito Martinez, the Raptor Extreme is a true big air weapon. It is based on the legendary Raptor shape, but the Extreme version is specifically built and designed for big air and to withhold hard landings from high jumps, even with wake bindings.
While the Raptor Extreme has a super tough construction, the weight remains very low thanks to a full carbon layup. One of the main design goals was to have as much pop as possible and did we exceed our expectations. It literally launches to the moon.
The shape features an edge control track on the bottom for added grip and a subtle center Vee for more speed under control. Brand new high modulus Quadraxial Carbon layup used exclusively on the Raptor Extreme, ensures extreme strength and higher heel to toe stiffness for increased pop with more flex along the length of the board for added comfort.
Another unique feature is a bottom sheet grind base from CrazyFly wakeboards. It is extremely tough and durable. A perfect match for the Raptor Extreme.
CrazyFly exclusive and latest in tech, the grind base features Nano Glide Skin on the bottom of the board. It helps the board track and go upwind better thanks to its micro channels. The Nano Glide skin foil has better gliding properties and generates speed quicker, plus it is more resistant to scratches. The top of the board has a brand new matt overprint for that eye catching premium look.
The Raptor Extreme works with pads and straps, as well as with wake bindings.
The 2020 Raptor – Ticket to the moon.