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Park / Tech / Boost
The Windsor is based off of one of our most popular park boards, the Coalition, but with mods to make it more suitable for hard edging, huge kicker hits and deeper presses. With subtle tip and tail channels and a more aggressive rail profile, the Windsor offers the perfect amount of traction to give riders confidence around the corners, releasing off the water for air tricks, and landing with speed after hanging out in the air for a few seconds following kicker hits. The flex tips help riders lock into nose and tail presses with ease and the new size range from 141 up to 153 accommodates park riders of every size.
We made the Windsor to keep up with one of the fastest paced cable riders in the world, James Windsor. From corner tricks to kickers to 270's on and 450's off, James is ALL OVER the park with arguably more water time than any other pro rider on our team.
Atomic Wood Core
Vertically laminated wood core construction is what gives Slingshot boards their famous flavor and flex.
Carbon Bedrock Inserts
Light, flexible and super strong, our Carbon Bedrock Inserts reduce overall board weight, increases pull strength and allows for a more consistent flex under foot.
Single-Shot Fusion Sidewalls
Our innovative manufacturing process literally infuses the rail into the core of the board with a single shot, eliminating the need for fasteners or staples, which produces unrivaled dampening and durability.
With .7mm's of bulletproof protection between your board and the surfaces you're sliding across, this base layer is ready for battle. Put to the test daily by some of the most daring park riders in the game.
Hybrid Rocker Profile
Delivering the best of both worlds, the Hybrid Rocker Profile is a happy medium with a little more pop than a continuous rocker, but still nice and fast on the water.
Signature Flex Tips
Designed to make nose and tail presses more exhilarating. Flex Tips move the flex point out from the belly of the board and more into the tips for a whole new feel on rails.
Tip and Tail Channels
Subtle channels pressed into the tip and tail of the board provide additional traction while on edge without restricting the board's freedom on obstacles.