4-Blade Left-handed

Boomerang
Date of appearance: 2013 — 2015
Trademark: Tribord
Product code: 8337614
Weight: g


Dimensions Blade length: 14.5 cm 4-blade injected polypropylene boomerang. Thickness: 4 mm Shape Inspired by a competition boomerang, it has been adapted to be accessible to as many people as possible. The blades of this 4-blade boomerang are curved backwards, resulting in a lower trajectory that flies closer to the ground. How to launch a boomerang THROW THE BOOMERANG WITH THE COLOURED SIDE VISIBLE - COLOURED SIDE FACING YOU. Stand facing the wind then turn 45° to the right (if you are right-handed) or to the left (if you are left-handed) POSITION THE BOOMERANG SO THAT IT'S PERPENDICULAR TO THE GROUND Lightly tilt the boomerang by around 15 degrees. NB: DO NOT THROW THE BOOMERANG HORIZONTALLY. Beginners often tend to throw horizontally. This will send it sharply up in the air and then it will fall back down again. Features A 4-blade boomerang with smooth lines. A particularly stable and slow circular trajectory, making it easier to catch as you can see it coming towards you. Ergonomically designed for better handling, the hollow area at the end of the blade naturally fits your folded index finger. Its wide blades give it good lift. It is forgiving of any mistakes made when throwing. This boomerang can be thrown in no wind, low wind and moderate wind. This boomerang is available in left- and right-handed Like any boomerang, the TRIBORD boomerang has a leading edge and a trailing edge. This is why a right-handed boomerang cannot be thrown by someone who is left-handed. The model is available in left- and right-handed. The leading edge must always be pointing forwards in the flight direction. IT IS MARKED ON THE BACK OF THE BOOMERANG WHETHER IT IS RIGHT- OR LEFT-HANDED Pro tips! For an even more precise trajectory, adjust the dihedral and the angle of attack. We recommend that you bend and twist it to give it a slightly positive dihedral and angle of attack on each of the blades for a shorter trajectory that is closer to the ground, especially when there is no wind. If the wind is stronger, try tying a small elastic band at the end of each blade which will weigh it down slightly and significantly slow down your boomerang at the end of its flight.

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