How many times over the years have we heard of this from SS.
Kites needing new bridles, boards delaminating.
Now with foils.
Seems it’s better to rush for market share then deal with the lack of R&D latter.
It was the Green&White fuselage that changed to the blind screw holes at front and I believe there was a new cnc process in manufacturing. This and ZEEKO being more confident in recommending using the large wings on this fuselage, screams out that it is stronger. The proof is in the pudding, so how ...
I moved from the Zeeko Black&White to the Std Spitfire The main difference using the Zeeko Pocket Air board was that with straps in the two inline positions I had only used the front strap and was slowly moving it back , my rear foot was always in front of rear strap. On going to Spitfire this stanc...
I think these foil Friday videos are more a marketing tool for the shop making them. And tend to the sales side of the information highway. Maybe short masts are on sale this week? For learning a short mast helps at a very small section of the learning curve. More likely moves the problem to another...
We have seagrass here in summer and it’s a pain.
But my Std wings on Spitfire seems to take maybe 5-6 strands before you feel a vibration. Any more and it slowly just sinks.
The XXLW starts to vibrate and wobble then you get dragged to a halt. There’s always about three handfuls to clear off.