Nice range... but seems quite ordinary. Hard to see if there is any real innovation beyond the usual marketing. I wish they had managed to come up with something really different, like the aluula material. Powerful brand with true innovation would have been a killer... I’d still like to try that Car...
I have a Naish Motion 138 (exact same board as yours) that suffered the same kind of damage in 2 places: front and back fins on the left side. It likely met the weels of a luggage truck when going to Turks and Caicos... I patch it up with epoxy and a layer of fiber glass on top of the damaged areas,...
http://kitefoil.forumactif.org/t7787-nouvelle-pocket-board-112x45#64699 Check here. This is the 2nd board I build like that. 2 cm of polystyrene foam. Easy to bend on the rocher table. 1- fix the rocher with a srip of carbon + 6oz of glass was on the deck wrapping the rails. 2- 6oz of glass on the ...
I’m not an expert but seems too light.
I’m currently building another pocket and I have 2x6oz of carbon and 6oz of glass on each side + a strip of 12oz carbon on the length of the board
+ wood stringers
I have been using vibram 5 fingers for one season. The very light water specific model model.
Granted, only in fresh water, no sand... perfect feeling strapless. Still OK in straps. And I have not cut my foot this season!
I asked the same question last year. Search on kiteforum.ca
I got lots of recommendations for a flysurfer Viron (4m or 6m). I could not find one used, so ended up buying an ozone access 4m to get my 10 yrs old to practice on skis in light wind.