I Utah my spacing is Hpersonic 133, RRD Twin Tip 115, Cross M 75. Sail
spacing 8.5 to 3.7
In the Gorge my spacing is RRD Freeride 105, Logosz Squish ~80, HiTech
IBM ~70. Sail spacing 6.5 to 3.2.
Lots of light wind in Utah, Lots of heavy air on the Gorge, you can see
the bias in the board quivers.
Just got feet of new snow here, looks like face shots tomorrow 8*)
> Just merely getting some conversation going on this....cause I'm
> I'm sure that answers will vary on weight, type of sailing, location,
> money...etc., but it should be fun to hear some responses. I'm trying
> to figure out if my quiver is similar to others'.
> For me, I go from the longboard to my 112 liter Supercross. My "high"
> wind board is an 85 liter Naish Wave. I feel like I have a large gap
> their and kinda wish that Naish Wave was more like 90 liters....but
> who's paying attention :).
> Ugghhh, this snow can't melt fast enough.
Craig (Go Short or Go Home!) Goudie
Sailing the high desert lakes of Utah on my:
RRD 298, RRD TT and Cross M 8'2" with
Sailworks/Naish Sails and Rec Composites Fins
Sailing the Gorge on my: 9'1" RRD Freeride,
8'3" Logosz Squish, 8'0" Hitech IBM with
Sailworks/Northwave Sails and Curtis Fins