The 2024 CrazyFly Elite is the lightest board in the world! If you want a brilliant blend of lightness and performance, this is the go-to choice! Being served in its premium package, you'll feel like a kid at Christmas! Plenty of grip, a nice soft feel, and great overall performance make this weapon a brilliant choice for anyone looking for a high-performance twin tip. If you want to splash out and treat yourself to a carbon twin tip, I would definitely recommend giving this Elite a demo!
- The lightest board in the world
- The most flexible carbon board
- Air Inside Core technology
- HMX-CF3 carbon
- Double concave bottom shape
- Lots of pop with comfortable flex
- Superior control and upwind
The 136 weighs just 1.75 kilos. That is very light, almost a whole kilo less than their Raptor freeride board. The Hexa pads and straps are also notably light, too. For me, it always takes a session or two to let the footstrap material on the Hexas soften a bit, but I often find I need to adjust many straps to stop my little toe getting pinched in the corner of straps. It’s a personal issue! Feet always are! Thankfully, the Hexa’s double Velcro fastening tabs allow for a lot of easy adjustment to find your happy spot. They can also be tightened down considerably for smaller feet. Once set up, there’s good contoured grip underfoot in the quite firm pad, and a really locked in feel over the top of your foot. No complaints on the secure connection in the ride.
The Elite IV has become the board envisioned a few seasons ago, combining the benefits of light weight carbon layers with the added years of manufacturing experience to achieve the right amount of flex to make this board work well for the freeride market it’s intended to please. Fast across the water and with lots of easy grip in the lighter and mid range conditions that most of us ride in, the Elite IV delivers superior upwind performance and energetic load and pop for a fraction of the effort needed in many other boards.