The shape of the nose of the X-BIONIC BR1 has been hydrodynamically simulated and tested to maximize the slicing effect and ease of glide with a reduced side wave creation, resulting in a very efficient forward motion.
X-Bionic BR’1 – Low, Wide and Stable Deck
Wide standing area for a 22” board. The internal standing area of the dugout section is 20 inches wide, resulting in a very comfortable and stable area. The deck is low to get closer to the water line and to lower the center of gravity for more stability.
X-Bionic BR’1 – Fin Box
The fin box is strategically located 56cm from the end of the tail, for good maneuverability and course tracking.
X-Bionic BR’1 – Ergonomic Hull
From a piercing nose, the hull of the X-Bionic BR’1 converts into a smooth round surface and ends with a diamond tail, resulting in a reduced drag of the board.
X-Bionic BR’1 – Waterlined Tech
The waterline of the board has been hydrodynamically studied to maximize the gliding experience for riders.
X-Bionic BR’1 – Diamond Tail
The tail of the board is a smooth Diamond tail with added volume. The tail has been thought through to provide maneuverability in the turns and keeping a fast pace when riding waves or boat wakes. The drag of the tail has been minimalized and two drainage holes are positioned at the lowest point of the deck.
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