Full power freestyle. The Psycho uses modern design concepts to go faster, pop higher and spin quicker.
Narrower widths with parallel rails increase efficiency for faster top-end speeds and instant acceleration. Reduced lengths make the Psycho functionally compact for faster, controlled rotation.
Developed in conjunction with former freestyle world champ Dieter van der Eyken, the design focus was on maximising speed for bigger moves. Highly refined design makes this performance easily accessible to any freestyler. Out-of-the-box instant functionality.
Specific freestyle features include reduced nose volume for reduced swing weight and controlled rotation, footstraps angled for easier switch stance access, and double plugged rear straps to prevent twisting and handle higher loads.
If you want to take your freestyle to the next level, go Psycho.
|SIZE||LENGTH||WIDTH||WEIGHT||SAIL RANGE||RIDER WEIGHT RANGE||FIN BOX||FIN (SUPPLIED)|
|92||219||61||6.03||3.3 – 5.2||55kg-75kg = main board, 75kg-95kg = small board||POWERBOX||SV FREESTYLE 190|
|102||219||62.5||6.30||4.4 – 5.9||75kg-95kg = main board||POWERBOX||SV FREESTYLE 200|
The parallel outline decreases drag and increases stability. Overall width is reduced which helps give the boards a smaller, more manoeuvrable feel.
COMPRESSION MOLDED TECHNOLOGY (CMC)
Overbuilt to withstand heavy use through choppy conditions. We use a higher density sandwich layer combined with internal T-stringers to prevent rocker deformation under continuous impacts. The deck also uses a higher density sandwich and has an added bamboo layer to reduce any softening between the footstraps. Pre-laminated carbon rails are key to adding enough stiffness for responsive performance, but allowing more flexible fibreglass laminates to be used on the deck and underside to avoid a harsh ride through rough water. An added benefit of the pre-laminated carbon rails is it maintains heel integrity by vertically reinforcing that area under the heels. The susceptible nose and tail sections are massively reinforced with carbon.
HIGH SPEED ROCKER LINE
Fast, low drag rocker to maximise top end speed for big moves. The entry rocker has been tuned for the lowest possible angle of attack for maximum acceleration and nose landing manoeuvres.
Minimal V throughout aids sliding and rotation reduces drag and stabilises the board during switch stance setup.
FREESTYLE STRAP POSITIONING
Narrower 140mm spacing for better control and more side support.
50-degree front strap angle allows easier access during switch stance setup.
Double plugged rear straps to prevent twisting and handle higher loads.
FULL POWER RAIL DESIGN
High volume, square edges through the tail maximise power and lift for instant acceleration and explosive pop.
Forward rails feature a high apex and increased tuck to prevent catching during sliding moves and to increase the hit rate of landed moves.
DYNAMIC VOLUME DISTRIBUTION
Reduced volume in the nose for reduced swing weight and faster, more controlled rotation.
Increased volume in the stance area amplifies pop and early planning.
A single tool does everything.
1. Batten tension adjustment.
2. Fin screws (both SlotBox and PowerBox).
3. Footstrap installation.
4. Beer opener.
The HEX4 tool is supplied with every sail and every board. Compared to a Philips screwdriver, the 4mm hex key is a much easier system to tighten and adjust footstraps and fins. It only requires a rotational movement rather than downforce + rotation. The wide boomerang gives enough leverage to fully tighten footstraps with a fraction of the effort of a Philips screwdriver.
COMPARED TO THE DYNO
/ 100% FREESTYLE FOCUSED
/ MORE POP
/ ROTATES FASTER BOTH IN THE AIR AND SLIDING
Watch it in action
Rider generated content
The motivation for some full power freestyle sailing was at a high this winter in Tenerife. Lots of wind was on offer but not too many waves making El Medano the perfect place for freestyle action. Here is Dieters video recap.
The Severne team claim double victory at EFPT Austria – Amado Vrieswijk wins freestyle, Lennart Neubauer wins tow-in
After more than a year out of action, the Severne time struck hard at the first freestyle event of the 2021 season taking first place in freestyle and tow-in disciplines at the EFPT Austria
Maaike Huvermann decided to ride the last big storm in the Netherlands at her local spot Brouwersdam. With winds far exceeding the forecast, it turned out to be an action filled session. Watch the video here.
The new 2021 Psycho freestyle board and Freek freestyle sail hit the water at Brouwersdam, Netherlands. Severne rider Dieter Van der Eyken and friends push the gear to the limit on this autumn day.
Rare south winds sessions Severne rider Dieter Van der Eyken located on the island of Tenerife just launched his most recent clip from an unusual day. The town of El Médano, usually a busy windsurfing spot benefiting from northerly summer trade winds, had been laid...