The freestyle waveboards, are the most common group between 85-115L.
They are narrower and, especially in the tail, much less voluminous than freeride boards. In addition, the rocker is also much more pronounced than on freeride boards. These characteristics lead to the fact that they allow significantly more control in more wind and also in choppy seas. The range of use is huge. From flat water and 4-8 Bft, to bump & jump conditions in a similar wind range, in up to 2-3M wave at 5-8 Bft and for occasional freestyling at least for basic moves they are suitable.
The main sail sizes used are between 4.0sqm and 6.5sqm. For a main use from 6Bft you can choose the board similar to your own body weight, below that you should rather plan 10-20L residual volume. Freestylewaveboards give you an insight into almost every direction of windsurfing and are the perfect choice for the beginner who comes from the big freerider and has meanwhile learned safe gliding in harness and footstraps, first waterstarts and carving jibe attempts to expand his surfing horizons and to try out everything interesting once with one board. The first real jumps, storm surfing over 7Bft, and even the first trips into the wave, with the knowledge to learn everything already learned felt again.