NEW Severne PYRO – Our First ReviewJanuary 24, 2021 6:31 pm Leave your thoughts
The last 12 months for most of us has been….. well everything from unusual to damned right terrible depending on your circumstances. But if there is something different about the global pandemic and its effects on our lives – at least with the lockdowns we’ve had in the UK and around Europe – people seem to have more money in their pockets and are indulging in a well earned treat or two. The windsurf industry is no different with sales up massively in 2020 leaving worldwide stocks very low.
So it’s great to have Severne releasing 3 NEW boards recently – the excellent Dyno v3 released in September 2020 which has built on the excellent reputation of the Dyno v1 and v2 (they were the same shape basically) to the BRAND NEW foil board the Alien which again we have customers reviewing it very well indeed – see Ciaran Moore’s feedback on his Alien 125, and NOW the BRAND NEW PYRO wave board.
One of the most eagerly awaited Severne boards to date. The NEW PYRO is the latest offering to join the Severne wave range, following on from the NuEvo, Nano v1 and Nano v2. Neil Greentree takes a look at the board during a UK COVID lockdown (so it’s in his garage) and tells us why the Severneshop team think the PYRO is the wave board most suited to real world conditions. Modelled around the requirements of Philip Koster, this wave board is wider than previous models but retains a lot of the classic Severne model design features loved by wave sailors around the world. To get more information or to order your NEW Severne PYRO contact us by searching Severneshop online.
This post was written by Neil Greentree (Team Rider)