Ease of use
Short flight, making it easier to catch
18 to 20 metre range
Blades curved at the front = upward trajectory making it easier to catch.
Main fabric : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP)
Test lab terrain
Tribord's range of boomerangs was designed in partnership with an international champion in the discipline. All of our products have been tested in use by experts in order to find the most suitable shape to make boomerang throwing easier.
Beginner THROWERS from the age of 8 looking for an easy-to-use boomerang. Available in left- and right-handed
Clean with a cloth
Do not expose to high temperatures
Restrictions on use
Use in clear, unobstructed areas.
FEATURES OF THE PRODUCT
Blade length: 14 cm Tri-blade injected polypropylene boomerang. Thickness: 4 mm
The design of this tri-blade boomerang was based on a high-speed boomerang that is particularly efficient and accurate in competition. We have adapted its shape to make it accessible to as many people as possible. The speed of the boomerang has been modified. Each of the blades are slightly curved to the front, giving the boomerang an upward trajectory and making it easier to catch as you can see it coming towards you.
This boomerang is very flat, making it perfect for learning and suitable for children. Positive angle of attack when there is no wind.
This boomerang is available in left- and right-handed
Like any boomerang, the TRIBORD tri-blade 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
How to launch a boomerang
THROW THE BOOMERANG WITH THE COLOURED SIDE VISIBLE - COLOURED SIDE FACING YOU. Position yourself facing the wind. POSITION THE BOOMERANG SO THAT IT'S PERPENDICULAR TO THE GROUND Lightly tilt the boomerang by around 15 degrees. Launch the boomerang at an angle of 45 degrees away from the wind. NB: DO NOT THROW THE BOOMERANG HORIZONTALLY. Beginners often tend to throw boomerangs horizontally. This will send it sharply up in the air and then it will fall back down again.
For an even more precise trajectory, adjust the dihedral and the angle of attack. So 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 slow down your boomerang at the end of its flight.
* The prices listed on the site are the prices recommended by DECATHLON SA's central purchasing department.