Two years on the market and the board has clearly earned its reputation as one of the hottest all-rounders. It saw excellent test reports worldwide and – even more importantly – the word of mouth from impressed owners has made it an enormous success since its introduction. And the demand of this board does not show any signs of slowing down now that it heads into season three. This all-round wave concept combines and outperforms the best characteristics of our previous, all-time favourite wave designs. The Magic Wave draws from the speed of the Thruster Quad, versatility of the Wave Slates, ease of sailing of the Real World Waves. It also offers incredible speed and confidence on the wave, matching the performance of the Ultimate wave in most conditions, even in waves up to and over mast high. Due to popular demand, this year, the line comes with an even smaller sibling – the Magic Wave 68.
Extremely quick to get planing and reaching top speed, the Magic Wave pops over white water effortlessly and jumps extremely high. It offers both front and back foot wave riding possibilities, gaining speed and control from the advanced rocker shape, beautiful rails and wide, thin, ultra-high performance swallow tail.
Confidence, speed, comfort and grip on the wave all combine into a board that feels carvy and loose on the wave face, while still offering the essential speed needed for more onshore conditions.
Finally an all-round board which excels in mediocre conditions but does not compromise on wave performance. JP’s most exciting introduction to the wave board market for many years.
The concept of a wider swallow tail board with an equally wide nose gave us a stable base for the new board. We worked tirelessly developing a new rocker for this board that is extremely fast without being too stiff on the wave. The very fast, early planing Wave Slate and the multiple award winning Freestyle Wave were good benchmarks. The new Magic Wave equals or betters the Wave Slate in early planing, low end, top speed, versatility and looseness on the wave. And its planing performance comes close that of the Freestyle Wave.
Shaper Werner Gnigler followed a new path by disconnecting the centre scoop rocker line from the rail line. So, the traditionally known rocker along the centre does not exist anymore in the tail area. Werner combined V and concaves along the bottom which created a curvy rail line and resulted in the magic combination of fast, early planing boards with outstanding manoeuvrability.
The more parallel rail outline that we gain from the wider nose and tail really helps with early planing and keeping speed through white water. It also is easier to keep as much speed as possible through the bottom turn in onshore conditions and side-shore alike. You can use a smaller sail and feel less overpowered with this new design which makes wave riding and jumping feel much more comfortable and controllable.
Jumping is easy on this board because the wide nose and tail give more lift when hitting the wave, so you automatically jump a little bit higher. When you come down to land forward and backwards rotating moves, you have more board under your feet and at the nose which makes for a more forgiving landing.
The small 68 follows the same shape and design principles as its bigger brothers but, due to its size, suits lighter riders or provides more control for heavier sailors when the conditions get really gnarly.
The boards come with a set of thruster fins featuring a traditional outline and sufficient area, especially in the tip. Thus, planing and maintaining speed is easier. They are forgiving in manoeuvres and smoothen the ride. The thruster fin setup grants the widest possible range of wave use and the 5-fin box setup enables tuning to personal preferences, giving the boards greater range of use from onshore to down-the-line conditions. Plugs are provided to cover the boxes not used.
JP’s greatest all-round wave design still performs at its best in onshore jumping and wave riding. The Magic Wave jumps higher and rides small to medium sized waves better than the Ultimate Wave but it doesn’t stop there. It holds its own in far bigger waves than you would expect, meaning that you can really choose 1 board for 90% of conditions and will almost never be under-gunned in big surf or lacking performance in small surf. Get out and try yourself.
Feel the MAGIC!
1. High-performance all-round wave board
2. Advanced rocker shape provides early planing, high speed and control
3. Wide nose and tail allows high jumps and forgiving landings
4. Board comes with Thruster Fin setup
5. Great range of use through five fin boxes
6. High density sandwich and stringers made of PVC
PRO TECHNOLOGY (FREESTYLE)
Carbon-Innegra determines the appearance of this technology. This carbon-polypropylene fibre hybrid makes the boards super stiff for a direct feel and explosive pop. It shines because of its unmatched impact resistance which is vital for all the aerial freestyle moves and jumps. It features high-density PVC sandwich (4,10) layers in deck and bottom. Technology details are the integrated Innegra nose reinforcement (16), various stringers (3,5), the Parabolic Rail band (13), and a Quadraxial fibre construction (11) in the full standing area.
Equipped with a G-10 fin and the JP Foil-Powerbox.
Length - 218 (cm) / 7'2"
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JP Australia Windsurfing Board comes with Fins, Pads, Straps and air valve.
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