1st August 2014, 08:47 PM #218
Lol I couldn't do any of those tricks on ANY sized kit.
I do agree about your kit size points, being a small guy I don't even like a 6m for flat water blasting, nevermind sailing in waves. But, if it is the only way to get out there and have fun on a wavey, non windy day then you gotta do what you gotta do!* -Scourge of the Seven Seas-*
- Discontinued :-)
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1st August 2014, 08:49 PM #219
Yep.This space is kept clear for random notes, reminders, or a shopping list.
1st August 2014, 09:11 PM #220
for freewave/wave my personal best setup has a lot to do
with asymmetrical profiled performance fins with the right twist/rebound.
but that is out of reach for you, nothing you ever tried, so you can't know.
and then this thread is about stuff for intermediates..
2nd August 2014, 10:43 AM #221
The bigger waveboards might be for me a nice on to close the "gap" between good fun SUP and wavesailing.
Serious considering a 110l board for conditions that are just too light or on/of for my 96l board. (Those new Nuevos for example look sweet :P)188x90kg 41y old, Supper/Windsurfer.
Witchcraft Fextail 96l + 2015 Goya Quad84
Hotsails Firelight 6.0 KS3: 5.5+5.2+4.9+4.6+4.0+Firelight3.4 Ultra + CAAS masts, TL cont@ct booms lots of fins.
SUP: Starboard Airborne 8.8x31.5x123l / Pro8.5x29x112l / Gong incredible longboard 10x25x115l