Kold Shapes NØRDLAND
The NØRDLAND is here to exceed your wildest dreams of wing foiling. A new sport that is here to last, because it turns any lake and every average wave into water sports heaven! Stiffness is key to for an outstanding carving, pumping and jumping performance. The super strong connection around the foil boxes and the ultra stiff full carbon lamination technique delivers extreme stiffness and durability. Combined with the VIKING Foil it provides the most direct feeling you can wish for.
+ Stiffest construction on the market
+ Super light
+ Compact shape for manoeuvres
+ Bevelled Rails
+ Single Concave for earliest planning
+ Ultra strong core & unique lamination tec
The single concave and the flat rocker in the rear part of the NØRDLAND are meant for earliest planning. Taking off as early as possible is equally important for beginners and professionals. In addition the concave deck and the deck pad provide extra grip when launching. Furthermore the bevelled edges ease touchdowns on your first meters or after big jumps – thus an equally important feature from beginners to professionals!
The construction is aimed to be the strongest and stiffest one out there. Not only do we use a unique vacuum and lamination technique to achieve the highest connection between the carbon and the core. We also use the strongest core out there - a closed cell foam that doesn´t absorb any water and withstanding 50.000 kilo/sqm!
The outline of the NØRDLAND is designed to be compact and slightly wider to enhance stability when taking off in choppy conditions. The shorter lengths and a balanced volume distribution allow to master aggressive turns when riding waves or doing spins – especially our smaller sizes.
Despite it´s incredible lightweight we have added a bottom handle for easy carrying. To complete the features we have added a strong leash plug and the variety of insert positions meets any personal demand. All made in Portugal, using the most modern machines and fair manual labour.
We recommend choosing around 20l above your bodyweight when learning how to wing. For your first jumps or aiming to ride waves you want a board equal or slightly below your weight.