Perfect for light wind twintip riding.
- Wider outline & flat rocker for early planing.
- Smooth cruising full flex tips.
The Sonic is the benchmark for light wind twintip riding, with a wider outline and extremely flat rocker for early planing. Perfect for the everyday light wind rider looking for a board that can get them riding while others are still standing on the beach. Featuring the Multi-zone Biotech Core, the Sonic brings all the durable and responsive characteristics from a standard twintip to create a fun light wind freeride board for intermediate kiters.
Full 3D deck shape.
Heel channel for extra traction in light wind.
Lightweight durable top sheet.
Midweight triaxial fiberglass.
Scratch resistant bottom sheet.
AK Element – Teal
This classic layup found on the Sonic is focused on durability and responsiveness, ensuring a perfect combination for freeriding needs. This construction is simple yet effective for soft, easy and forgiving riding.
MULTI-ZONE BIOTECH CORE
The Airush Multizone Biotech Construction is a vertical paulownia wood core sandwich. This multilayer construction creates a consistent density from the natural material. Our wood cores are renowned for their response, durability and smoothness, and are combined with a versatile combination of laminates depending on each model’s requirement, for all-round performance and durability.
SIX FIN CONFIGURATION
The Sonic is kitted with 6 fins. Allowing the rider to either ride the board with a traditional 4 fin set-up or a 6 fin configuration, adding 2 more fins to the heal side edge. The extra 2 fins allow for better rail control and upwind performance in very light winds. The optional 6 fin configuration makes the sonic one of the most versatile light wind boards on the market.
SHAPE & ROCKER
This rocker is our flattest rocker specifically designed for light wind riding. This rocker makes sure the board starts planing in incredibly light wind and results in reduced drag between the board’s base and the water surface.
FMS FLEX RATING | 5.5
Airush introduced FMS rating as the first brand to quantify how much a twintip flexes. Instead of the good old “feel” test, which can be very deceptive due to the impact of the length on the overall stiffness, FMS takes into account the board’s length and deflection. A lower rating indicates a softer board more suited to freeride, while higher-rated stiffer boards are more suited to freestyle.