You a German speaker perhaps ? I have only heard Germans use ‘quite some’ like that. Quite some many times actually.
I would run to buy this until is available, is a true occasion, not only for the low price, Shinn does not produce it anymore the Light winds Bronq cause the production costs, new comes at more than 1000 euro!mass898 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 27, 2021 7:24 pmhi all,
i am now the owner of a lieuwe 138. I am getting used to it. It seems it requires quite some wind to have fun with this board, at least 18 knots with my 11m EVO SLS. I am 80kg.
So am looking for a board that would do the job from 14 to 18 knots
what would you recommend? a door doesnt seem a good option as i believe i can still have some fun and jump with 15 knots. Just need to have some flatter rocker board.
good question, I have the 148x47, have a very big range, some time I used it with a 7m and 24 knots to play with medium chop and was fun, it's agile for its dimensions, I bet the 150 it's still fun to be so big because have round shape and have some rocker too, it's for sure not a door style board but have very good low endsupachip1 wrote: ↑Thu Sep 09, 2021 4:56 amhave you tried the 150? it's lighter than my 144 spectrum, but 50 wide seems massive, it it just a cruiser or still agile? cheers
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