CrazyFly Raptor Pro (2012) Hot
Raptor Pro has been in our range for quite some and it is still one of the most popular boards we manufacture. This full carbon freeride and freestyle board with astonishing performance is simply a living legend. Crazy Flex Tips technology, developed by CrazyFly, is integrated in Raptor Pro. Latest innovations in composite materials allowed us to produce ultra thin tips which are extremely flexible and very strong. Crazy Flex Tips make the board very comfortable and extremely responsive. They generate much more pop and provide the softest possible landings. You can really load up this board and it really pop you up in the air.
This board is suitable for high performance freeride, but if you step on the gas pedal, Raptor Pro has enough power for freestyle tricks. Raptor Pro is aimed at intermediate, advanced and Pro riders who are looking for a high performance freeride board, powered carving and a lot of pop for jumps. Even though this board is designed more for freeride, it will not let you down by any means, if you push it harder to perform freestyle tricks. Brand new Razor fins with ultra thin profile enhance the speed and early planning.
Average user rating from: 1 user(s)
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2012 CrazyFly Raptor Pro
Believe it or not I got rid of my big ass Spleene Door and replaced it with the Raptor Pro. This is an amazingly light board with plenty of pop. I actually removed the mammoth fins that come with the board and put low profile 30 MM on and did not notice a huge loss in carving ability. I use this board in nearly every condition. My only wish is that it had a bit more rocker. Other than that the board is phenomenal. Great pop, easy to carve, loads the edge nicely, and is ok on the landings. If you don't bend the knees a bit more than you are accustomed you can come down like landing on concrete. The Crazyfly bindings that come with the board are good. Not great...but they are very good. I found my load foot would slide out quite a bit when I would load the edge hard and pop...There is just not enough surface tension across the bridge of the foot to keep it tight without being too tight. The build quality is excellent. Very light weight and springy with the pops.
- Light Wind