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(7 customer reviews)


The most revered, longest selling kiteboard in history now rides on air. 

For 15 years the Mako has enjoyed the reputation as kiteboarding’s smoothest, most refined ride with deliciously hard biting rails and chop taming concave.

the Mako lineup offers Freeride enthusiasts of all backgrounds a board suited to their riding style and size while the wood core ensures your board will survive the rough and tumble coastal conditions this board is built to perform in.

The Mako 135, 140 & 150 are ready to ride in conventional Twin Tip mode while the 165 can be set up for Twin Tip or Mutant style riding with the optional fin expansion pack.

USD$899.00or 12 interest-free payments of USD$74.92 with SPLITIT



  • FREERIDE 80% 80%
  • FREESTYLE 60% 60%
  • Wake 20% 20%
  • big air 80% 80%
  • Light Wind 80% 80%
  • Chop 100% 100%
  • Carving 90% 90%
  • Wave 80% 80%
  • Ease Of Use 80% 80%



Built for ‘real world’ conditions, the Mako excels where all other conventional twin tips fail. Short-fetch chop, rolling ocean waves, inside shore breaks, the Mako smoothly traverses it all and delights in setting the rail hard for a high G force carve to reverse direction for another tack.

What’s the secret? The deepest rail-to-rail concave of any twin tip ever produced combined with rounded tips, down-turned rails and a perfectly tuned rocker line. The Mako delivers a powerful fluid carving experience and a dependable rail for stratospheric boosting.


Each Smoothy board includes our Bliss air pads and straps.

Easily adjusted on the water, the Bliss Air pads & straps are designed to work with all Ocean Rodeo and most other brand’s twin tip kiteboards.

Featuring ultra durable and comfortable dual density EVA foam pads and near infinite strap configuration options the Bliss Air pad & strap system present your feet with the perfect balance of comfort and control when riding.

Click here to visit the Bliss air page for more information

7 reviews for Mako

  1. Alec Weatherseed

    I don’t often get to ride in perfect glassy conditions or undisturbed waves. For that reason, I ride a Mako. I’ll never forget the first time I hopped on my friends Mako 140. It cut upwind pointing higher than any twin tip I’d ridden before. Yes, there are tradeoffs compared to a traditional twintip design and its not designed for wakestyle riding but since that first ride I’ve always kept at least one of these boards in my quiver. The smaller sizes (135, 140) are more fun but require a little more breeze.

  2. Marc-F. Ferland

    I have 3 Mako, 140 and up since i tried one 3 years ago i will never ride square Twin tips again… An awesome smooth playfull carving board !!!

  3. Nigel

    There is a reason the Mako has been around for over 15 years. I’ll always have one in my kit, smooth over the chop and great for carving and boosting in the surf. It does take a bit of time to get it dialled but when you do, awesome.

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