Watching people ride over their leashes is good comedy thoughmatth wrote: ↑Mon Sep 14, 2020 12:56 pmI'm surprised no one has mentioned the multiple leashes needed. I was talking to one of my buddies who has got into the Wing thing, he likes it for many of the reasons stated above but mentioned the leashes are annoying..
Personally it looks too clunky and awkward to me compared to kitefoiling and it definitly does not have the low end I would be looking for...
Was talking kiting with a non-kiting friend of mine and lost him along the way. He started talking about boats and I started getting bored too. So we started listing the watersports/activities we've seen done with boats and without boats, I'm sure we missed a few, but I was surprised how many watersports without a boat. And then listed them on what drove/powered each sport. Here's the lists we came up with.wvickers wrote: ↑Sun Sep 13, 2020 2:28 pm...This is somewhat similar to what's happened in water sports behind boats. Just more disciplines now. Wake boarding with tricks, slalom and going fast, 2 skis for beginners, tubing for everyone, knee boarding if your young and don't have osteoarthritis, wake surfing, and wake foiling. Which one to you use depends on the boat, location, wake you have, finances, and the experience of the person towed behind the boat. Thanks to foils behind boats, we all don't need a wave generating boat anymore to have fun.
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