Tillo goes production!

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Tillo goes production!

Custom board maker Alex Morales of Tillo has done a production run of his four most popular foil boards in either glass or wood/glass. These are slightly heavier than his carbon custom versions (which are ridiculously light) but super affordable at $1849 plus shipping. The production runs are pretty lilmited. They should be arriving at his shop just after July 4. His boards favor the lower winds we have in the Southeast. You won't be getting something tested by a 60kg team rider in 15-25 kts.

Competition = glass
Convertible = wood / glass
Olympia = wood glass
Free foil = glass

website: http://www.tillo-international.com

Disclosure: I own more than one of his boards and a new convertible in the pipeline. Biggrin

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Re: Tillo goes production!

Convertible Foil Slalom looks interesting.
Get him to send you one for us to demo.

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Re: Tillo goes production!
moredownhaul wrote:

Convertible Foil Slalom looks interesting. Get him to send you one for us to demo.

Hope to get one you can look at... Acute

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Re: Tillo goes production!

What, no sharing????

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Re: Tillo goes production!

So are these really "production" boards like made by Cobra or someone else, or did he just have a lot of time on his hands to build boards back when the world stopped?

What happens in a black hole stays in a black hole.

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Randy wrote:

So are these really "production" boards like made by Cobra or someone else, or did he just have a lot of time on his hands to build boards back when the world stopped?

Really production as far as I know. I'm not sure if it's Cobra or someone else. He plots all his shapes in software so it'd be pretty easy to send the file somewhere.

Stack of boxes.

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Must be production. Seems like one guy could not make all those by himself in a few months.

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Must be production. Seems like one guy could not make all those by himself in a few months.

Or put them in boxes like that. Biggrin

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Honestly, I'd skip Atlanta, too. Lol

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So is he sponsoring a windfoil race series now? Seems like he got big all of the sudden.

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I’d like to go to the Ft Walton or Jax one.

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Yes, somewhere in N. Florida would be fun.

Freefoil board

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