-Sizes: 142 x 45cm, 148 x 45.5
-Profiled wood core
-M6 inline inserts
What We Like:
The Overdrive absolutely dominates light winds, it is great for your first tacks, and makes an excellent daily driver for heavier riders. The overdrive shares the same single concave bottom as its little brother “The Drive” but puts it on a much larger board. The bottom shape makes the board get planing easily, and quickly, while also smoothing out chop, and providing the grip needed to ride powered, and boost. This board works great in light wind’s due to its large size but still features enough rocker, and curve in the outline to perform well in powered conditions.
This board not only makes a great light wind board, and will help beginners take their first tacks, but it is also one of the best options available for heavier riders, and bigger people in general. The extra width is great if you have big feet, and the easy planing characteristics make this board fun for those who have been struggling on narrow boards designed for people who weight less.
Why you want the Over Drive:
You are ready to take every session, you want to ride in light wind, and ride in high wind. The drive provides an easy planing, and smooth ride to help you progress from your first tacks, and into more advanced riding. If you are looking for a light wind board that rides like a normal twin tip, or you are a bigger person looking for the perfect daily driver then the drive is for you!
The Overdrive is designed for performance in lightwind and is a great option for heavier riders.
Includes board handle & fins.
Liquid Force's Description:
The Over Drive brings high end freestyle performance to the light wind and heavy rider arena. Featuring inline inserts, minimal rocker, and a hearty width, the Over Drive offers early and efficient planing, exceptional upwind capability, powerful pop, and a smooth, predictable feel. All of it comes together with a lively profiled wood core and a medium flex pattern to create a lightwind twin tip that will allow you to jump, jibe and hone in on your board skills.