Yes but not as much as the wing or kite.
I don’t understand your logic. As I think what you are saying is.....downunder wrote: ↑Wed Mar 17, 2021 4:45 amHmm,
the OP did not provide specs, like "does it matter for self rescue?", or "how lively small or large board is?"
What is easier for one person might be complete nightmare for the other. For example, are you 180-190cm tall? Or 90-100kg?
So how does that compare to a tiny 145cm/50kg female rider? What is "big" for her/him? With small hands how can one hold thick board with a lot of volume?
Or when we say foil weight does not matter, how do we know what's heavy for a small/big rider?
It does not matter. What matters is what is the rider comfortable with. Proven on my local, from 100kg riders riding super small carbon setup, and jumping, to 50kg female riders riding ALU foils on TT construction boards with FS Peak 4m.
Trust me, you just do not know what someone is comfortable with. If we all have the same foot size, would the same shoe fit all? Basically this is what general reply is, one board fits me, so it must fits you. For this or that purpose.
So I'll say again and again, it does not matter.
Or, it would HUGELY matter if we know the specs And we don't. Clear as mud? Or, is this a click bite again? First post?
I'll be super carefull from now on. Someone maybe pulling our leg.
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