That's what I used to think when I was at the beginning of my skimboard experience and still thought they were the way to go. And like you I did lots of back-to-back testing. Something about back-to-back testing that you really have to come to terms with, is that different boards need to be ridden differently, and even different thinset or no fins on a board need to be written differently also.pebbles wrote: ↑Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:45 pmI don't think there is a lite-wind lie. I have tested quite a few lite-wind TT's over the years back to back with my skimboards and can only remember the Glide as being better. Many have been as good or almost, but end up feeling like a boat. The skim is just another fun option for those willing to put the time in.
It's too bad I don't see anyone else on a skim-board.
There is much more going on then just that with hard versus round edges.
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