The Flytech construction is most suitable for high volume kiteboards due to its low density and therefore core weight. The lightweight core is combined with unidirectional and standard glass and a combination of various sandwich technologies.

Within the flytech contruction major advances have been made in the new optimized core density. Lower volume boards such as the Choptop or 56 Converse feature a higher core density, while higher volume boards such as the converse 64 and full sandwich construction in the converse wood, feature a progressively lower density core.

A new feature for the 2008 Flytech construction is T-Stringer technology, while the footstrap and stepping areas on the Flytech cores are reinforced with Wood and PVC sandwich layups, the forward section of the board is reinforced with the T-Stringer to prevent bucking of the laminate and maintain the low weight.