Introducing the BWS Stallion V2: The Stallion V2 is stronger, more sustainable, and higher performance. If features a new higher quality fiberglass and lay ups process, Certified Ecoboard manufacturing, as well as more exact cutting and channeling tooling has allowed BWSurf and Appletree to produce an even stronger and higher performance Stallion. Making the BWS Stallion the industry leader in quality, performance and environmental sustainability.
The BWS Stallion V2 is an all around crowd pelaser, it generates speed quickly, glides upwind effortlessly, and its ease of use make learning new tricks more accessible. We love this board and the response from riders around the world has been overwhelmingly positive.
Shaped by Dano See from DSDmfg, head kite designer at BWSurf, in collaboration with a new industry leading manufacturing center.
Inspired from Tomo but #nothinglikeatomo we’re proud to present our modern planing hull (MPH) board, the Stallion kiteboard. This board is a pure kite board design, with a bulletproof, state of the art construction and the highest performance. You’ll be truly amazed by the fun you’ll have with the Stallion. A very easy, super fast and really controlled ride. You’ll be astonished by the speed you accomplish with this board. Great turning on the wave. The bottom is one of the many incredible features of the board. When you feel like jumping you will steal the show with the Stallion and land smoothly thanks to its wider nose and the handy grab rail, it’s also very light built yet super strong which makes it stick better on to your feet during aerial maneuvers.
The Stallion is the MPH concept wave trasher we’ve been working on for a long time, it was developed together with kitesurf legend Ian Alldredge. And don’t think this baby is only the best match for choppy, small waves and messy conditions. When the waves get bigger the Stallion stays completely in her element. With the Stallion you can go big everyday.
The Shape of the BWSurf Stallion Kiteboard V2 hasn’t changed a single bit, winner winner chicken dinner..!!!
Modern Planing Hull (MPH) concept:
This 3 stage rocker with concave is called “Modern Planing Hull” nowadays but actually has been around in the sister sport of windsurfing for decades before it found its way to the still young sport of kitesurfing. It’s all stemmed from early days of Surfing, when a lot of shaping was done with channels. The unique feature of Stallion is the mix of conceptual paths the water can flow which makes it plane early, ride fast, turn tight and be completely drag free. There is a precise formula of fin placement, width and channel dispersion, which makes these boards the best kitesurfing boards on the market today.
The unique and very pronounced bottom concave and channel concept gives the Stallion kiteboard the super fast drive and control in all conditions. The Stallion is especially designed for kitesurfing: thin, low volume, sharp rails, light and super strong with flex are the way to go to enjoy the most sensational kite sesh ever.
The manufacturing of the board is in Europe with Apple Tree Company, where a unique technology was developed to ensure the lightest and yet strongest board available on the market today.
*NEW We fine tuned and further improved the construction by using a higher quality of fiber glass and implementing the fiber in a different matting structure, as a result the Stallion V2 is even stronger than before. The factory invested further in their self-built cutting machine for an even more accurate result of the cutting process. The Stallion has been designed for kiting in every way, not only shape wise, but also offering you a bullet proof construction that withstands the fierce pressures during riding on the board and thus making the Stallion more durable.
XPS is like EPS so it only works with epoxy resin. However, it is different in that it does not contain the beads that EPS has. That’s why it’s called closed foam, it means it’s completely waterproof! So no worries when you ding the board. just keep kiting and fix it later. XPS is notoriously hard to laminate, but our fusion tech makes it possible! The core is fused with the skin, this gives an optimal bond between skin and core, virtually eliminating de-lamination.
Strategically placed patches provide a durable platform for your feet. These patches are made from a super high strength PET honeycomb foam that is radically different from any other honeycomb on the market today. The honeycomb is set into the deck of the board, it doesn’t just sit on top of the foam. The patches are sandwiched between fiberglass layers, together they form a very dent resistant layer and prevent denting marks on the deck under your feet.
The boards are glassed in clear epoxy so you can look directly inside the board, we have nothing to hide under layers of paint! The color on the boards come from tint in the resin itself, it’s transparent and will never fade.
*NEW For our Stallion kiteboard V2 we tested more eco friendly resins and we were stoked that these proved to be even higher performance and more durable for our Stallion than the resins we used before. So we’re happy to contribute to a more sustainable and ecofriendly shredders world and be part of the ECOBOARDProject. You will find the official numbered Ecoboard labels on the V2.
Stallion Kiteboard Sizing
4’10” x 17″ x 2″ | 18L 6.17 lbs
5’0″ x 17.4″ x 2″ | 20L 6.39 lbs
5’2″ x 17.88″ x 2″ | 22L 6.61 lbs
5’4″ x 18.33″ x 2.12″ | 24L 6.83 lbs
You cannot compare the shape of the Stallion kiteboard with a traditional surfboard, we recommend to ride it between 6′′ and 8′′ shorter then a directional. If you’re hesitating between 2 sizes, here’s a thought; if your first objective with the Stallion is the freestyle strapless discipline go for the shorter one. If your first concern is performance in the waves, go for the longer one.
Rider weight/height recommendation:
4’10” | Weight 120-155lbs | Height 55-65in
5’0″ | Weight 145-175lbs | Height 60-70in
5’2″ | Weight 165-200lbs | Height 65-75in
5’4″ | Weight 185-220+lbs | Height 70-80in
Fin Boxes: FCSII Fin box system
Fin Recommendations: Medium quads for riders 155-195lbs
All BWS boards are sold deck only to save you $$ and allow you to customize your board to fit your style and conditions.
Murrays Review: I have to admit when we got on this board we had low expectations from a few disappointing sessions on Firewire Vanguards and Vaders. But we were pleasantly surprised when we found that the Stallion can actually carve more like a traditional surfboard while maintaining the increased upwind ability of a tomo. The MPH hull generates speed quickly and comfortably rides upwind. The parallel rails allow the board to ride straight even while edging hard, making the Stallion ride upwind with the greatest of ease. We found that the Stallion is just a really accessible, really fun to ride board and it can really perform when the surf picks up! That being said if you are looking to get in the pocket of some fast and hollow waves this isn’t your board. It is a everyday board for knee to head high surf. I’s fast, lively, and has great flex and feel. The Stallion really feels playful. Its light and easy to ride and the well distributed volume is very easy to use making airs, transitions and new tricks more accessible We are coming off of the old BWS PU kite surfboards, and never thought we would go back to production boards but we are stoked on the performance of the Stallion. The weight, flex, and feel surpassed our expectations of a “production kiteboard”. Carving on wave faces, strapless airs, you name it. The BWSurf Stallion rips!
Dray Murray: I usually ride thruster (3 fin) configurations. And I love the extra upwind ability and low wind power that large fins provide. But the deep and pronounced channeling and 3 stage rocker of the BWS Stallion give it amazing grip and unparalleled upwind ability even in light winds. So I have sized down to medium fins and been riding it as a quad and I really like the combination of grip while edging and looseness on the face that they provide. At 190 lbs I love the more agile performance of the 5’0″ for when the wind and waves pick up and the 5’2″ for light winds.