Comp Dynalite


North COMP DYNALITEStrapless Freestyle2022




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$1,299.00*Excl. VAT
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Half the volume. Double the performance. Our new Dynalite hybrid carbon board delivers dedicated strapless freestyle performance with explosive pop. Thinner, more durable and even more responsive for 2022, this ultra-light, low volume shape has evolved to help you execute your most impressive tricks in ... every condition. Compact in size and very grabbable, we've designed the Comp to stick with you through every manoeuvre and pop on-demand. Higher jumps. Cleaner landings. New fast-release tail channels aid grip and control when launching freestyle tricks. The new full-length longitudinal bottom channel with centreline-V and smooth, progressive rocker design combines to reduce bounce on hard, fast landings - making strapless landings easier to stick. Push beyond your limits with the Comp, your competitive edge.

product code: 85012.220005


  • New Dynalite Technology 
  • New lightweight low-volume shape 
  • New full-length bottom channel 
  • New quad tail channels 
  • New deeper recessed deck shape 
  • New fin angle adjustments 
  • Micro-corduroy deckpad 
  • Compact directional outline 
  • Smooth progressive rocker line 
  • Bevelled rails and sharp release tail 
  • FCSII premium fin box 
  • Recommended North Hexcel Coremat Fins 

Board with EVA Deckpad, Leash Attachment Loop. Fins sold separately.

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New DynaLite Technology

NEW high performance DynaLite construction with carbon reinforced laminate layup delivers lightweight strength and stiffness for faster feedback and more explosive pop.
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Meet the Comp
Half the volume, twice the performance

"Tricks I was only able to do at 35knots, I can now do in 20knots."