Various materials are used to construct kitesurfing boards, each with its own set of pros and cons. A rider's expertise, riding style, preferences, and budget all play a role in determining which material is best for them. Most boards are made from one of the given below materials, let's check them out -
Wood Core with Composite Layers
Many kiteboard makers choose a wood core sandwiched between composite layers. Flexibility and longevity come from the wood core, whereas strength and responsiveness come from the composite layers (often fiberglass or carbon fiber). The performance and cost of these boards are just right.
Foam Core with Composite Layers