Boomerang 2-blade right-handed
An asymmetric dual-blade "Hook" boomerang with a range of 30 metres. A slow and majestic elliptical trajectory.
Ease of use
Easy to grip thanks to its curved blade.
30 metre range.
Asymmetrical dual-blade shape. Requires a light breeze
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.
intermediate boomerang throwers from the age of 12 looking for a long-distance boomerang. Available in left- and right-handed
Clean with a cloth
Do not expose to high temperatures
Restrictions on use
CAUTION: ONLY FOR USE IN OPEN SPACES
FEATURES OF THE PRODUCT
Wing length: 18 and 20 cm Dual-blade injected polypropylene boomerang. Thickness: 4 mm
An asymmetric dual-blade "Hook" boomerang with a range of approximately 30 metres. A slow and majestic elliptical trajectory. The boomerang is thrown by the leading blade (the curved blade) pinched at the blade tip. This dual-blade boomerang requires little force when thrown, it will then naturally ride the wind. This boomerang must be thrown at more of an angle, at around 45 degrees.
Asymmetrical dual-blade "Hook" shape. HOLD BY THE CURVED BLADE
This boomerang is available in left- and right-handed
Like any boomerang, the TRIBORD dual-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. HOLD THE CURVED BLADE. Stand facing the wind POSITION THE BOOMERANG SO THAT IT IS PERPENDICULAR TO THE GROUND Tilt the boomerang by around 45 degrees. (This model needs to be thrown flatter than the other boomerangs in the range) Throw at an angle of 45 degrees from the wind.
Start with a light breeze to begin with, you can then weigh it down slightly with small coins to increase its range. To do so, tape a one pence coin to the end of each blade (underneath the blade) using duct tape. Moderate wind: tie an elastic band around the end of the blade which will make the boomerang more stable and slow it down at the end of its course No wind: slightly bend up the leading blade (the curved blade) to reduce the range
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