Daniel's insight about the 2021 Slingshot Volt and Slingshot Native Wakeboards
With a thin profile and flex tips, the VOLT is the king of the park for riders who are wanting more surface area and more control on rails. Fully equipped with subtle Flex Tips and an exaggerated elliptical concave, you’ll be pressing harder for longer in the park and have a whole new appreciation for the term “feel” when it comes to obstacle riding.
The subtle flex tips of the Native board feature an exaggerated elliptical concave that delivers fun and floaty transitions from edge to edge. In the park it embraces round surfaces and helps riders lock in for longer presses, while offering more control and “feel”.
Two of the flagship, uh, Slingshot boards for '21.
We’ve got the Volt on this side and the Native on this side. Both of them are very similar boards actually.
The Volt has a stiff mid-section with really flexy tip and tail. Pretty much a pure bred cable board
Really stiff in the middle to help with the landings off the kickers and flexy in the tip and tail to do all the presses.
Over here the Native, very similar shape, very similar board. But Alex Graydon, we call him the Alabaman Australian or AL-Australian something like that. Anyway, he’s from Alabama but he spent a lot of time in Australia, absolutely shredding.
He loves to ride a little bit of boat, a little of cable. You would have seen won X games real Two years ago, I think, but this board, uhm, is unreal for both cable and boat.
Put the fins in. Got a bit of flex on the tip and tail for when you bring it to the park so it’s a good all-rounder. Both boards are unreal for '21 and I think you agree the graphics are insane this year.