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+1 for the Ketos foils. In addition to what is mentioned I would say their low aspect wave oriented wings have nice soft edges, friendly behavior in whitewater and gentle reentry characteristics in the event of ventilation. Finally: nice light weight is definitely a plus if you find yourself tumbling in a wave with the foil.Tony wrote: ↑Wed Jul 14, 2021 8:33 pmCheck out Ketos.
I'm 80kg and have multiple wings, most recently the 1000cm2. It covers everything very well.
Love the single bolt KFBox on the board.
The 118 board, mast length of your choice (70, 83, 90, 100) and possible the Karver medium stab.
Ben @ Concept Air is a dealer and close to you ... maybe even demo.
I am learning on a Gong Pro M and this wing has made learning difficult for me. It's very lifty and quite hard to ride flat without taking off.Windigo1 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 16, 2021 5:40 pmOne reason I don't use it much is that it's very lifty and you need a board with a track way in the back of the board to make the foil balanced. I like when my foil are pretty neutral no crazy front foot pressure. The Gong has too much front foot pressure for my taste and you can't shimm the rear wing since it's all one piece. The track is not far back enough on the board that I own. I ordered the smallest stab they make and it's still a bit too lifty for my taste.
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