Levitator V2 160L
STABLE / PROGRESSION / FLOATY
The Levitator V2 160L is our ultimate light-wind machine that's capable of handling the largest of sails. The board features adjustable foil tracks that allow you to precisely place the center of lift. Intermediate or advanced windsurfers will place the foil towards the back of the track and ride efficiently in the straps. Sliding the foil all the way forward allows beginner-level windsurfers to get up on the foil with their front foot by the mast base, in a beginner windsurf stance—now you can learn to windfoil before you have mastered the footstraps. The Levitator V2 160L is wide and stable enough for all but the heaviest beginners and get any rider flying in the lightest wind.
WHY WE MADE IT
The Levitator V2 is a board capable of flying in the lightest breeze and handling big sails and big riders. For 2022, we wanted to reduce the swing weight as much as possible so we shortened the Levitator's nose dramatically over V1. We also added inboard/outboard footstrap inserts for a complete array of setup options.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT
•All new shape: shorter nose = less swing weight
•Centerline back footstrap option
•Easy to uphaul and slog home if the wind dies
•Wide, boxy tail for volume underfoot and plenty of stability
•Light, stiff and strong Biax Carbon Construction
NEW SHORTER-NOSE SHAPE
Completely redesigned for earlier lift and less swing weight
EXTENDED FOIL TRACKS
Tracks continue out the back of the tail to provide an astoundingly easy foil connect/
INBOARD AND OUTBOARD FOOTSTRAP INSERTS
Go inboard for ease of use, and go outboard for speed and tack angles.
BIAX CARBON LAYUP
Light, stiff and strong our Biax Carbon Layup starts with an ultra light EPS foam core wrapped with higher density PVC foam and then covered top and bottom with Biax Carbon. A PVC Carbon stringer runs down the middle of the board and is paired with glass-wrapped T-Stringers to either side, which provides I-beam strength.
INSET BOTTOM CARRY HANDLE
Get in and out of the water with ease and style.