I don't know if you should go based on my one short session. Perhaps other Fluid users could weigh in with their experiences?bitxopalo wrote: ↑Sat Aug 06, 2022 4:31 pmFlyboy, I am more or less on the same point, I have the Curve M and very used to it. Really no need to change unless for the very light... After reading you I'm considering bigger fluid sizes... Just for using under 6knot and small surfing.... Lt or xlt??? Im 70kg
Thanks for your feedback
The Fluid wings are much thinner than the Curves and so generate significantly less lift. You weigh 70 lbs more than me, so I've got to imagine you would need (at least) the Fluid L.GJibb wrote: ↑Sat Aug 06, 2022 10:36 pmHello friends.
I am wondering if a Fluid LS would be a good step up from a Curve L (Rise M previous to that. I also have a Curve LT).
Not looking for anything performance wise in particular. Typical "more glide, more speed" really, just the next progressive step...
If It helps I'm 250lbs, my quiver is an 8m Slingshot Ghost and a 5m Gong Strutless (along with a garage full of other equipment gathering dust)
I am 110Kg, and after the Fluid L I moved to the L-s.dirk8037 wrote: ↑Sun Aug 07, 2022 4:22 pmI (90kg) bought a Fluid L (1200cm) for kiting months ago.
The spot where I am allowed to kite never had wind when I had time and now is closed over the vacation season.
We just had there 20-25kn where my carve xlt and 5m Wing started to get sketchy.
Expecially the knee to hip high short wind swell starts to push against the foil.
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