The JP Super Ride LXT Windsurfing Board is a compact design from the first generation with rising performance levels in every aspect. It is fast, easy, sporty and a true gybing machine. The JP Super Ride LXT is slightly longer to get going easily – especially for passive early planing where the overall width enlarges the planing surface and improves stability.
• Length: 238 cm
• Width: 68 cm
• Volume: 113 L
• Weight: 7.3 kg (+/-6%)
• Fin Setup: Foil-Tuttlebox Fin: Ride 32 G10 CNC
• Sail Range: 5.2-8.0 m2
• All Rounder – positioned right in the centre of the freeride class.
• Pure control at high speed and all kind of gybes.
• Enlarged planing surface and enhanced stability
• New rail shape provides optimal grip for every turn
• Comfortable stance due to ergonomic deck shape
• Foil Approved Fin Box.
LXT Technology (Freeride)
This new technology merges the advantages of the previous PRO and FWS versions. It features sustainable materials like the fast-growing Paulownia wood for reinforcements in the bottom and a PET-recycled high-density sandwich reinforcement in the deck.
Technology details are the Integrated Innegra nose reinforcement, various stringers, the parabolic rail band and a Quadraxial fibre construction in the full standing area. LXTs come with the reinforced JP Foilbox and the windsurf boards (not foil boards) with a G-10 fin.
Big recess on the deck and big washers: The 2020 Foil-Tuttlebox boards came with a big recess and washer only for the rear Tuttlebox screw. For 2021, all Tuttle Foil boards feature boxes with 40 mm recess (front and back hole) and a 35 mm washer for extra support and to spread the force while foiling and for better handling.
Now, the Freestyle PRO, Freestyle Wave LXT and Magic Ride LXT also feature JP’s reinforced Foil-Powerbox! The fin screw diameter is 6 mm. Drill the Powerbox hole to 8mm so that it fits NP’s Powerbox Foil screw.
Multiple Footrap Positions
Multiple footstrap options for several riders using the same board. From an easy inboard cruising to the sportier position further out on the rail.