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Thread: Volume for heavyweight
15th October 2013, 06:38 PM #50
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- Jan 2009
BTW just looked at Russells 86 tri freewave and the bottom shape is very complex. Obviously a lot of thought going in to the next gen freewaves
15th October 2013, 07:51 PM #51
Yep- it's a totally different board from the 103 Kode I used to own- not withstanding just the volume!
Oddly enough on flat water it's quite fast and fun, but for a big coastal board for me I think the Fanatic might be a better option. My other board's a chakra 105- but this is not an option for marginal conditions as there's no way in hell I can uphaul it.
I've been emailing Nik B about a demo of the 116- probably later in November; I'm a little disappointed it's not a tri, but I reckon the other option for a big multi fin - the Goya Quad - would be be a big mistake now after reading the feedback on the tri vs quad thread I started.here to post about bacon (and other pork products)
15th October 2013, 08:19 PM #52
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- Sep 2013
I've got used to sailing small boards now and have regularly sailed an 85 litre boards and I'm 96 kg.
What at this has done though is made me go out massively powered up and taught me loads of bad habits.
My boards are all a few years old so I haven't got into the new big wave board kit yet. Best start saving.