- Refined freeride machine.
- Full flex tips for excellent comfort.
- Cross bracing technology.
The longest running board model in kiteboarding history: The Switch is the ultimate and most refined freeride machine, featuring 3D deck contouring for improved flex and excellent comfort, providing a smooth and lively riding experience. The cross bracing technology supports the flexible tips from over flexing, and therefore increases durability by orienting composite tape diagonally across the tips of the board.
Full-flex tip technology.
Redesigned 3D shape.
AR GLASS CONSTRUCTION
Lightweight durable top sheet.
Midweight triaxial fiberglass.
Scratch resistant bottom sheet.
AK Element – Teal
This classic layup found on the Switch and Switch Progression is focused on durability and responsiveness, ensuring a perfect combination for freeriding needs. This construction is simple yet effective for soft, easy and forgiving riding.
MULTI-ZONE BIOTECH CORE
The Airush Multizone Biotech Construction is a vertical paulownia wood core sandwich. This multilayer construction creates a consistent density from the natural material. Our wood cores are renowned for their response, durability and smoothness, and are combined with a versatile combination of laminates depending on each model's requirement, for all-round performance and durability.
2.0 ABS REINFORCED INSERTS
No more pulled or broken inserts from hard landings or crashes. Featured on all Airush boards, the ABS reinforced inserts create the ultimate amount of durability whether riding with boots or straps.
SHAPE & ROCKER
This is Airush's freeride oriented rocker that delivers the ideal balance between control, ease of planning and smooth transitioning for the ultimate freeride experience.
FMS FLEX RATING | 6.5
Airush introduced FMS rating as the first brand to quantify how much a twintip flexes. Instead of the good old “feel” test, which can be very deceptive due to the impact of the length on the overall stiffness, FMS takes into account the board's length and deflection. A lower rating indicates a softer board more suited to freeride, while higher-rated stiffer boards are more suited to freestyle.