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The Ion Ballistic 3/2 RT windsurf boots offer a good feeling, and a valid protection from the cold, if used in spots with relatively low temperatures. In this article, we summarize our impressions.

The Goya Guru is the 4 batten wave sail from the Hawaiian brand of windsurfing equipment. It is referred to as "Control wave", comparing it to Goya other 4 battens sail, the Banzai, defined as "Power wave" sail. After reviewing the 2020/2021 Guru model, we also had the opportunity to test the 2018 version.

The Point 7 Slash is the freestyle model of the Italian brand of windsurfing sails. It is the sail which Yentel Caers won the PWA freestyle championship with. Alessandro, in this article, tells us his impressions on this sail.

The Goya Banzai is a very particular 4 batten wave sail for windsurfing. It is the power-wave sail of the brand, based in Hawaii, for onshore / side on wind conditions, able to supply the rider with the power it needs at the right time. Alessio Negrelli, a friend and a rider from Modena, tells us about his first impressions about the 2020 model (which will remain unchanged in 2021), based on the use of measures 3.7 and 4.2.

The MFC windsurfing fins have long been among the best products on the market, both as for construction and for shape. In the last few months, we have tested several 2020 G-10 models, both for wave and freeride / bump and jump conditions. In this article, we summarize our impressions. 

The Goya Banzai X Pro is the 4 batten Power-wave sail of the Hawaiian brand. It is therefore designed for wave sessions with on shore wind, or, for wave conditions with very light wind (as sometimes occurs in Ho'okipa). But its characteristics make it an ideal sail to be used even in windsurfing sessions in bump and jump, or freeriding conditions, such as those in which we use this model in the 5.7 size. In this article we will tell you about our impressions, and the results of our test on the 2019 version.

The Tabou Pocket is the windsurf board for medium-small waves of the well-known French brand, which remained in the catalog of this manufacturer until 2018. In this article, we illustrate the test results of the 2016 version, 94 liters.

In this article, written by our Genoa tester, Max Rinaldi, we illustrate the test results of one of the most highly rated wave sails for windsurfing, available on the market, with 4 battens: the Severne S1 2020.

The fins for windsurfing of the British brand K4 were introduced to the market several years ago. Innovative design, very low prices, and materials used make them revolutionary. Thanks to the collaboration of the Italian distributor Antonello Giglio from Hatropina, we got the Scorcher, Stubby and Shark II models to test. Our skepticism was blown away, and these fins turned out to be a really nice surprise.

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