I would suggest that you should consider your normal conditions and pick the kite that is best for your average day. I have 9m and 7m WOWs that I use for foiling. There is overlap, yes, but we have a lot of 13/14kn days where I live and the 7m is perfect for me for those conditions, whereas a 6m would be a little too underpowered for me and my gear.
tmcfarla wrote: ↑Wed Jun 05, 2019 1:16 pmSnip...
Your weight, skill level, local conditions, and foil size play a significant role in wind range. Other talk about foiling with a 5m in 10 knots, there is no way I could use my 6m in 10 knots (with reasonable skill and light weight), maybe a different story if I used a big surf foil though.
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