Windtech Windsurfing

Silver Bullet 72 (SOLD OUT)


Regular price $1,000.00 Save $-1,000.00

SOLD OUT as at 10 Dec 2021

Length: 262cm | Width: 72cm | Volume: 132L              REVIEWS

The light wind board of the Silver Bullet range (sail sizes 6.5 to 8.6 mtrs). An extremely versatile light wind board that can be sailed in winds from 13kts up to 25kts. Very comfortable upwind and deep off the wind. This board comes into its own in ocean conditions.

"Have been comparing it with the Fox 120 only because I have one and they both are good at rough conditions. I swapped them back and forth with the same sail in 20-25 knots with a 5.7m sail in knee high bumps. The fox is similar as far as comfort goes, but it hurt me a few times, catching the nose whilst trying to bear away. The 72 just eats the same conditions that had me on edge and crashing. That extra nose is a life saver!" Mark Gibbs, QLD

Fitted with Active Trim Technology (ATT) for the ultimate experience in rider control and comfort. WindTech footstraps can be purchased separately (includes anti-twist plates & screws).

If a board cover is required, check the Creatures of Leisure website which offers a good range of off-the-shelf board bags. Alternatively, SurfAids at Byron Bay offer custom made covers to suit any board size at a reasonable price.

Please use the following general guidelines when choosing your fin for the Silver Bullets. If in doubt or choosing a fin to suit other board makes, please contact us at:

Board  Sail Range Fin Size
Silver Bullet 57 3.7 - 7.8 25 - 34
Silver Bullet 64 5.5 - 8.6 31 - 37
Silver Bullet 72 6.5 - 9.0 34 - 46


NOTE: Freight cost is approximately $150 - $250 Australia wide. Please contact us directly for international freight enquiries.

Silver Bullet 72
Silver Bullet 72 Front View
Silver Bullet 72 Rear View
Silver Bullet 72
Silver Bullet 72 Front View
Silver Bullet 72 Rear View

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Silver Bullet 72

Melville, WA


What I very quickly realised was that this board could handle its self every bit as well in 12-13 kts as it does in 20-25 kts, but I'm going to leave that for another night to tell that story. I believe the best 2 Sec Peak on a 72 is 35Kts. I've busted 30kts, just, and it was an incredible ride. I can't wait to really press it hard down wind, but that's tomorrow nights adventure.

Bill Loneragan, QLD

Compared to my production board the board is much faster in the mid range and light conditions. Over powered I think they both go fast but this board is easier to ride so you get less tired.

Anders Bringdal reviews Windtech boards
Anders Bringdal, SWEDEN