Severne never ceases to surprise. Also in this year 2020 the creative vein of the Australian brand manages to churn out novelties repeatedly. One of these, definitely very much expected, is the revamped version of the “Chameleon” at home: the new Dyno series. Ben Severne, creating the first Dyno, had married the philosophy of the Cotan boards, very compact and maneuverable shapes, suitable for challenging wind and wave conditions. The public has decreed the success of this right table and this year the progress has become even more evident with the presentation of the new series. Already the livery is very aggressive, characterized by a beautiful bright red color, that evokes exits “Flaming”; trifin trim is confirmed and, thing much more’ important, the extension of the range with the addition of the model 125 liters. The Dyno is truly a handyman's table, ideal for all-round use from flat water to challenging waves. Its characteristics allow you to better experience every day of wind.
The studied distribution of volumes and water lines, gathered in a compact and stable outline, they allowed you to get a board suitable for everyone. Speed, freaks and jumps in the waves won't be a mirage with these dyno. Rocker lines and increased volume displacement under foot, allow early gliding entry and the development of high speeds, useful to challenge friends in flat water and to allow you to get off at your best in the jumps in the waves. Wind holes are passed by the Dynos without difficulty, while air control and rotations are even more exalted. Parallel rails drastically reduce friction and allow the board to develop its speed potential very quickly. The redesigned bow allows you to attach the lip even of well-formed waves, not disfiguring in comparison with wave boards as well, also limiting rebounds in the waters moved.
The Dynos represent the best compromise for those who want all-round boards that “know how to really do”. The hull draws an effective double concave with deep V, allowing rail-to-rail passages without difficulty, even in the largest sizes. the deep V towards the fins combines with an optimal rocker line, to ensure precise curves. Dynos come with a set of three fins, of which the Power Box control panel and the slot box sides; obviously in trifin trim the board becomes even easier in wave or bump and jump conduction. Definitely another center for the dynamic Australian company, that with the Dyno comes up with the cards in order to achieve new successes.
For more information: www.severnesails.com/boards/dyno/
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