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A Piece of Kitesurfing History, The Airush Misfit

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Created by Rossall 5 months ago, 13 Jan 2019
Rossall
WA, 501 posts
13 Jan 2019 9:32AM
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Had this hanging around the garage for over 15 years and bought it in the UK, great in flat water and super fun if I remember. Lou Wainman inspired and shape by Colin McCullogh. A wall hanger for sure.




Gateman
QLD, 278 posts
13 Jan 2019 1:23PM
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I've still got my 2003 Lightwave I bought in Puerto Rico. My 12yo uses it sometimes instead of his 127 in lighter winds.










stoff
WA, 181 posts
13 Jan 2019 11:39AM
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Rossall said..
Had this hanging around the garage for over 15 years and bought it in the UK, great in flat water and super fun if I remember. Lou Wainman inspired and shape by Colin McCullogh. A wall hanger for sure.






Surprised it's still in 1 piece. I remember this series of boards having fairly p.ssweak construction. I think Steve up at Pinnas went through at least 2 or 3 before he moved on to something else.

JBFletch
QLD, 1285 posts
13 Jan 2019 1:43PM
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I still have my first ever board.
A Naish Sky Pirate Flash pro 4'10 quad.

Still a heap of fun to ride after 20yrs.

quikdrawMcgraw
1111 posts
13 Jan 2019 12:51PM
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A bloke in Phan rang at the moment is riding the same board as op tiny airush thing

the truth
QLD, 166 posts
13 Jan 2019 8:10PM
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JBFletch said..

I still have my first ever board.
A Naish Sky Pirate Flash pro 4'10 quad.

Still a heap of fun to ride after 20yrs.


ha still have my first board, Naish sky pirate 7'6, 3 strapper and a deck you could strap an esky too, think I go the first one, that and a 6'6", imported them and 2 F-One boards about the same time, ahh those were the days before depower, when men were men, and women were glad of it.

alverstone
WA, 495 posts
14 Jan 2019 9:27AM
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JBFletch said..
I still have my first ever board.
A Naish Sky Pirate Flash pro 4'10 quad.

Still a heap of fun to ride after 20yrs.


A mate converted his for a foil board. It still lives ...



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