Airwalk A1

Brand: Airwalk

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Aki
Aki (Guest)
04/02/2020
Strenghts:
Good all-mountain board, strong, holds its edge, good looks

Weaknesses:
155 is pretty rigid for me, less pop cos it's fiber

Summary:
Still ride my 2002 A1 to this day. Now it's time for a new board tho. Nitro T1 - for the jibs and tricks. Will keep my A1 forever

Model year: 2002
Riding style: All mountain, freestyle
Length on the ski: 155 cm
Riders weight: 70 kg
Riders length: 172 cm


T-boz
06/06/2003
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I drove on the A1, first and second year they were there. The board is easy and good flex / pop. Unfortunately, composite boards are probably not as good in the length of woodcut boards ... Especially the first year the A1 was made, it became quite dull over time, losing its stiffness, its awesome pop and began to behave strangely-not exactly exactly. .. But in the beginning it is still very easy, exactly, beautiful and cruel!
Nice to see that the airwalk made world-class boards after a start with pretty rotten boards! Unfortunately, they have given up now and continue as before with only clothes and shoes ...

Model year: 2001
fulken
08/02/2002
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the board was nice to go on there were bad bins on it ... it was probably affordable!

Model year: 2001