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KiteSOFAing Episode 5: Carbon Masts for Kitefoiling

Postby robclaisse » Sun May 03, 2020 5:31 pm

Learn to progress your kitesurfing from your sofa!

Episode 5: Carbon Masts for Kitefoiling - this one is for all the kite foilers or wannabe foilers. Is it time to upgrade from that aluminium mast and go carbon?

Rob's been testing the new F-ONE carbon mast for the past 6 months, after 3 years riding aluminium, and three big advantages have become blazingly clear to him - watch and find out why he is a convert!

He also gives a quick round up of some of the technical details of the new F-one carbon masts and compares them to the aluminium offerings.

Learn to Kitefoil with Progression: ... collection

Foiling Toeside and the Foiling Foot Change: ... collection

New F-one v3 Kitefoil Collection:

Email us your questions for the next episode - tricks you are struggling with, mistakes you are making, or anything you think we might be able to help with. Send over any video clip or record a short video asking your question.

Kitesofaing is Progression's new web series, offering constructive techniques you can practice at home during the COVID-19 lockdown (though nothing to stop you carrying on when things go back to normal). The plan is for two videos each week:
* The Weekend video will be focused on "doing", activities you can try and practice at home
* The Mid-week video will cover a range of topics and focus more on better understanding through detailed theory briefings and question and answer sessions - submit your questions to Rob at

Thanks to:
Music: Brooklyn Nights by Chelsea McGough (via Soundstripe)
Producers: Rob Claisse & Michelle Blaydon
Kiters: Rob Claisse, Titouan Galea

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