Are we at verge of foil design revolution or it’s a misleading marketing claim? So far aluminum masts were either light and bending or stiff and heavy....Carbon’s anisotropic properties make aluminum a better allround choice for the mast...
You still need 7 knots to kitefoilYes, it’s really that easy to silently glide around in virtually no wind.
Do not foil in offshore winds. This is dangerous and it’s a careless encouragement... freedom is indescribable, touring your lagoon or coast with no regard to wind direction on your SLC.
never lost that confidence...foiled for last 5 years happily but thanks to Core for finding it for “us”...it brings newfound confidence to surf spots and freestyle slicks.
Not sure if this could currently compete with established foil brands...
It’s for folks who want to be loud about their wealth. Maybe this foil setup is a punishment for that sin.deniska wrote: ↑Wed Mar 10, 2021 1:22 amNot sure if this could currently compete with established foil brands...
As you said, I am not sure that most people would buy on the claim that alu mast is better than carbon..
It mostly exists as a budget option.. but CORE is asking premium for it..
why would you bother with "hybrid" rig if you can get moses 633 carbon setup for same or less..
I’d love to see a pic of carbon mast which Core R&D managed to bend. Till then I call it bluff and dishonest marketing claimOur mast weighs about the same as carbon and better resists bending
Do they mean it like a blast to one’s ego and self-confidence? From what I’ve seen and heard the first foil session is humbling AF even for folks who had been kiting for decade...our all-new SLC Foilboard is a full carbon wonder that makes your first or thousandth session a blast.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 5 guests