I found 590 to be ok foil, but it's not good for anything. If I push it it is difficult, and not good at low speed. I learned on 550.grigorib wrote: ↑Sat Jan 11, 2020 6:02 pmI sometimes debate whether 545 wing I got years back as a replacement for my 2013 Lift (~830 sq.cm) would be nice to ride again. The first impression was “it flies so fast and smooth”, like getting a skateboard off beaten black top to polished indoors concrete. Second impression was “I’m sure I can ride, why am is failing transitions and suck at my weak side”.
Then came 548, 590, 633, another 633, and finally 683s which I alternate with 590 - anytime I get to huge body of water like La Ventana or Lake Michigan I find my 683s somewhat slow to cover distances. I could push 25-25 MPH from both 633 and 683s but it’s having to “push it” made it less fun. The 590 goes fast naturally but than when I try to push 590 I lose stability and think of race wings which would stall at low speeds.
Hopefully one day I’ll find “big dude race wings” - with more wing area to carry my 200 lbs, but thin and stable and I’d love to play with those. 720 is not - it’s too thick
The “need for speed” feeling is so tempting
633 is my favorite. The Gong Mpro can be pushed better than 633, and is faster in carves, but top speed is only marginally higher.
But wonder how those bigger Moses wings, the 695 and 715 with 550 dna work. They might be better compromise.
Would appreciate any reviews.