This is a board with serious performance. But the real strength is just how easily that performance can be accessed.
The wide tail gets you planing quickly and the upwind ability is class leading. However, it’s the mind-blowing acceleration that will take your breath away. Those straight rails reduce the drag and get the Blast up to speed with incredibly little effort.
The compact nose, intricate bottom shape and parallel rails ensure that the characteristically fast ride remains smooth, stable, controlled and comfortable.
Even the most dedicated ›blasters‹ need to turn around from time to time and the Blast has something special up its sleeve in this department too. With its thin rails and wide tail the Blast drives a turn and planes out of it with poise and stability not normally associated with boards of this size.
It’s pretty simple really … if you want to have a blast, then choose the Blast!
- The wide tail and nose make the Blast a very stable platform
when off the plane
- At speed the ride is locked in, very stable and comfortable
- Can be gybed aggressively in experienced hands thanks to
the thin rails, but also very easily for less experienced riders
due to the wide tail
- Amazing acceleration from the wide tail and low drag
characteristics of the parallel rails
- Easy access to high performance
- Equally comfortable with rotational or camber induced rigs
TEXTREME / BIAX INNEGRA CARBON LIGHT FINISH TECHNOLOGY (TXTR / BXC)
Lightweight. Stiff. Incredible. The TeXtreme® line is the most
exclusive, high-performance construction in windsurfing. The
Oxeon-built fabric allows for incredibly light PVC sandwich
layups, with the added bonus of fully visible Carbon bottom
Less resin, more strength, less weight; it doesn’t get better than
Choose the Blast over the Gecko for:
The Blast rides with a more locked down feel than the Gecko and generally offers a higher level of performance. It
accelerates faster, has a better top speed and offers more responsive gybing.
Choose the Blast over the Jag for:
The Blast requires less technique to reach its maximum potential and is designed to perform equally well with both
rotational and cambered sails. The Blast is easier and less physical to sail than the Jag, with a very controlled, locked in ride and is more forgiving in the gybes.