Presented in the following pages is the most complete range of windsurf boards, with all sorts of shapes and sizes, construction and performance characteristics. With such a wide range of options, selecting the right one will offer the exact specific board for your needs.

1. Choosing your style

Non-planing :
If you are looking for a board designed for efficiency and fun in light, non-planing winds to windsurf in 2 knots of wind and up.

Entry level :
If you have not windsurfed much before and are therefore looking for the easiest possible board to learn and progress on.

Progressive Freeride:
If you are looking for a stable, comfortable and fun board for you or the family, with the versatility to progress quickly to high performance sailing.

Freeride :
If you are looking for a high performance board with plug and play versatility, simply pure adrenalin rushing rides and the best possible jibing performance.

Freerace :
If you are looking for a racing machine with extreme speed thrills and the rush of a racing edge, all in a more comfortable, more versatile and more maneuverable package than pure racing models.

Freestyle :
If you are looking for a board that is dedicated to spinning tricks with agility, quick accelerations and precise maneuverability.

Crossover :
If you are looking for the radical one-board solution to wave-ride and jump when the conditions are there, then spin tricks and have a blast in flat water conditions too.

Slalom :
If you are looking for uncompromised pro-standard slalom performance, in the search of ultimate speed.

Course-racing :
If you are looking for the ultimate upwind machine with huge power, speed and early planing capacity.

Classic wavesailing :
If you are looking for a board to ride fast powerful waves in epic conditions in the best spots worldwide, with a classic, hardcore and powerful style.

Evolution wavesailing :
If you are looking for a more flowing wave-riding board with quicker response, more tweak-ability and an explosive attitude to aerials; all that in a package that is more versatile, easier and optimum for a wider range of conditions.

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Non-planing : Serenity
Entry level : Start S
Start M
Start L
Rio M
Progressive Freeride : ProKids Go Starsurfer S Go 155 Go 170 Go 185
Freeride : Carve 101 Carve 111 Carve 122 Carve 133
GO 129
Carve 144
GO 139
Carve 162
Freerace : S-Type 93 S-type 104 S-type 115 S-type 126 S-type 137
Freestyle : ProKids Flare 60 ProKids Flare 72 Flare 88 Flare 99 Flare 111
Crossover : Kombat 79 Kombat 87 Kombat 97 Kombat 107 Kombat Aero 117 Kombat Aero 127
Slalom : iSonic 50 iSonic 87 iSonic 94 iSonic 101 iSonic 111 iSonic 122 iSonic 133 iSonic 145 iSonic 155
Course-racing : Prokid Formula Apollo Formula

Experience 160

Classic wavesailing : Prokid Acid Pure Acid 68 Pure Acid 74 Pure Acid 80 Pure Acid 86
Evolution wavesailing : Prokids Evo XTV 62
Evo XTV 62
Evo XTV 70
Evo XTV 75
Evo XTV 80 Evo XTV 90

After selecting your style, the suitable board models will be available in a variety of sizes, defined in terms of the board's volume. Of this variety, the correct volume will depend on your body weight and the wind strength at your local spot.

2. Understanding the wind strength at your local spot

How strong the wind is in your preferred windsurfing location influences the board you need. As a rule of thumb, the lighter the wind, the higher the floatation you will need. The stronger the wind, the smaller the board you can have for added control and responsiveness.

3. Selecting the right board volume

The volume is the single most defining physical characteristic of a windsurf board. Generally speaking, the higher the volume, the more stable and forgiving a board becomes, the lower the volume, the more responsive and more maneuverable it becomes. As a rule of thumb, lighter sailors need less volume and heavier sailors will need more.

Lighter sailors in strong winds therefore tend to choose the lower volume boards of a certain range, heavy sailors in lightwinds tend to choose the larger volumes in a certain range. Lighter sailors in light winds or heavy sailors in strong winds will often choose something in between these two extremes.

4. Fine-tuning your selection

After selecting your style of sailing and the right volume for you, you may be left with two or three models that are suitable. These models will differ in terms of their shape, their construction or their fittings. This final step is simply a matter of personal choice.