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Reviewing: Ozone Torque V1

Reviewing: Ozone Torque V1
15 December 2019 514 Elemental
In Reviews, Uncategorized

The Ozone Torque V1 is the freestyle board of choice for both Robin and Sukie. They ride it in both boots and straps, and it is also used on many of our advanced coaching sessions.

Take a look at the beginning of review in IKSURF Magazine

At A Glance

Ozone’s entry into the board game started earlier this year with the impressive Code V1 freeride board. We didn’t think it would be long until a freestyle board joined the lineup, and only a few short months later we were introduced to the Torque V1.

Designed as an uncompromising freestyle board, it also happens to be a solid choice as an all-rounder for those who enjoy some old school trickery in straps also.

The board is made in Ozone’s own board factory which is joined with its kite and paragliding factory, this ensure standards are kept incredibly high at all times.
The Torque V1 has an A grade Paulownia wood core which is then sandwiched between layers of Biaxial and UD fibreglass which produces unrivalled strength, response and flex.

The Torque V1 features a square outline with swallow tips and an aggressive quad concave base. There is a medium rocker which extends the entire length of the board, and a medium flex lay up keeps things smooth and controlled.

The Torque V1 has been designed for use with both straps and boots and comes supplied with Ozones own pad and strap set up which is simple in design but highly effective and comfortable. The inserts in the board are 316 Stainless steel embedded into polymer blocks which will keep things together in even the harshest of wipeouts.

Take a look at what we think about this board by checking out the review in IKSURF Magazine here