The Australian brand Severne has built, year after year, a solid reputation in the windsurfing world. With high technological know-how and a team of highly respected international athletes, has gradually expanded its catalog, going to embrace not only the sailing industry, but also that of the tables. Psycho occupies the box reserved for freestyle, hitting the target right away, thanks to a very aggressive design and top-notch technical features. Ben Severne entrusted the development of this table to the well-known champion Dieter van der Eyken. The strong Belgian freestyler has given rise to all his experience, churning out a real gem. The Psycho comes in an electrifying and unmistakable yellow/black livery, But it's “under the hood” that this off-series shows its best sides. Being intended for a specific specialty, Everything has been designed to ensure maximum yield and efficiency in “moves property” and in the “tricks” more exasperated.
There are two templates in the catalog: one to be 92 and the other from 102 liters, enough to please light and heavy surfers. widths are never exaggerated and coupled with parallel rails, increase the efficiency of the board, to ensure rapid accelerating and high final speed. Lengths are reduced, to reduce inertia and clutter in rotations. Even the bow appears tapered, always in an effort to improve handling; the straps are optimally arranged for the gaits in “Switch” and the back can boast a four-screw fastening, to avoid unwanted and dangerous movements. Nevertheless,, Van der Eyken did not neglect freestyle newcomers, leaving Psycho with ample leeway. Again Severne wanted to produce this board, using technology, slight, but at the same time robust and reliable.
La Compression Molded Technology (Cmc) it's oversized, to survive the most violent impacts. The sandwich used is high density, enriched by longitudinal reinforcement stringers, to prevent deformations. The bridge in turn uses a high-density sandwich, supplemented by bamboo layers, to bulk up the area between the straps. Rails are reinforced with carbon fiber, to stiffen the hips, alternating with fiberglass layers, to avoid too much-weary navigation. Carbon reinforcements are abundant in stress-prone areas, as a bow, stern and area under the heels. Last annotation for Power fins, certainly very widespread and because of the presence of the very useful Hex 4, a tool through which you can adjust the slats of the Severne sails, strap screws and fin screws.
For more information: https://www.severnesails.com/boards/psycho/ (Click on image to enlarge)
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