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Riding type: Freeride/Allround
Year: 2020
Brand: Naish kiteboarding
Size: 02.5m, 03.5m, 04m, 05m, 06m, 07m, 08m, 09m, 10m, 11m, 12m, 14m, 16m
Type: SLE
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Hydrofoilers

Designers goals (manufacturer text)

MORE THAN JUST THE ULTIMATE ONE PUNCH KITE
Winner of The Kite Mag’s Ultimate Test One-Strut Category, the Boxer delivers both incredible low-end power while its Quad-Tex canopy and Luff Strut contribute to a controlled top-end handling. Originally designed for foiling, the Boxer has a wide range of power, quick turns and great downwind drift. These characteristics also make the Boxer amazing for light wind freeriding and down-the-line wave riding.

  • Ultra Lightweight
  • Low End Power
  • Floats in Lightwind
  • “Sheet-in-and-go” Feel
  • Large Depower with Short Throw 

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Details:

Riding type: Freeride/Allround
Year: 2020
Brand: Naish kiteboarding
Size: 02.5m, 03.5m, 04m, 05m, 06m, 07m, 08m, 09m, 10m, 11m, 12m, 14m, 16m
Type: SLE
One pump: Yes
Bridles: Yes
Number of struts: 1
Colours: Various
Line length: 20m - 24m - 27m
Bar length: 45cm-51cm
Bar: 4 lines
Depower: Clamcleat
Safety: Push
Swivel: Yes
Variable bar length: No
Oh shit handles: No

There are 1 reviews on this product:

Naish Boxer 2020 12m
Name:
stefarius 
Weight:
93 
Riding style:
allround  
Years of experience:
20 
Personal page:
Water conditions:
flat  
Tested Wind Conditions:
From 13 knots up to 20
Number of test sessions:
Kite size:
12m 
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kitefinder.com - 23.04.2020 at 12:04 hour
Comments:
Had a foiling session with the 12m. Started underpowered and later overpowered. Low-end is the Boxer great, better than before and also a lighter handling as the 2018 Boxer. In its high end around 20 knots I needed the whole depower range on the foil. Still control so that's great but it was on the edge. The Boxer feels now more playful easier to get used to. 
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