You mean like people that have never ridden a foil board opining on the future of foil boards ?tegirinenashi wrote:This is interesting discussion. People with opinions, who never rode hydrofoil TT.
it's not about killing it for the ones who like it. No one wants to replace directional foils here.So killing the, for many, awesome feel of a carve or jibe (ALSO great to do on a TT, although not the same driving feel) - would be really bad.
Spot on, unless there comes a really complicated "active levelling" control system (I doubt it, prefer simplicity - but it might happen one day), the directionals are easier and more stable.borist wrote:for me the question is whether TT HF can be made to be as easy or easier to use than "beginner style" directional HF. Just because you don't need to jibe/turn the board, it still could be much harder to learn to ride than the conventional one and therefore non-starter
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