The Reedin Feather board

Reedin introduce the Feather board.


Feather has been designed with one simple objective: to be as easy and fun as possible. To achieve this goal we focused on keeping only the absolute minimum necessary on the board, which means the boards are as short as possible while having as much volume as possible, you then get the floatation for low-speed starts while having minimal swing weight when riding for easy turns.

We have also positioned our foil box in order to allow you to stand closer to the nose of the board to ensure a very balanced platform when you ride.

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Triple concave bottom

Provides the very best water flow before launching or when you touch down while flying. The two side channels release all the way to the back of the board for the best flow possible.

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Concave deck

The concave deck provides the best stand and comfort possible for a more secured stance, especially when riding strapless. It brings you closer to the foil for a lower center of gravity while making the board act like a hull, which provides more floatation than the board’s volume would suggest.

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Convex nose

Brings multiple advantages: It adds floatation to compensate for the short length of the board, ensuring that the board is stable on the pitching axis. It also allows for better aerodynamics, while preventing water from accumulating in the nose to ensure a lightweight nose all the time.

Find out more about the Feather here.

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