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Re: Inflatable Boards for Winging

Postby Horst Sergio » Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:33 pm

Even if, this hasn't been the other one I meant in the last post, again another one, and again with a tail edge:

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https://jp-australia.com/p/sup/inflatab ... /wing-air/

5'4" / 6'0"
Length (cm)
165 / 183
Width (cm)
70 / 72
Volume (l)
110 / 130
Thickness (cm)
13

If rendering tells truth it not just has two backstrap positions but also an extra long track with around 30 cm which means good flexibilty for different foils.

So around brand Nr. 9 with I-Wingboards
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Re: Inflatable Boards for Winging

Postby nixmatters » Thu Jan 21, 2021 11:38 am

Horst Sergio wrote:
Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:33 pm

...
https://jp-australia.com/p/sup/inflatab ... /wing-air/
...

If rendering tells truth it not just has two backstrap positions but also an extra long track with around 30 cm which means good flexibilty for different foils.

So around brand Nr. 9 with I-Wingboards
Correct. Same as their hard boards.

The releasing tail edge is supposed to work very efficiently and has the minimum size (cross section) needed.
The rails are welded to the dropstitch sandwich, not glued like every other inflatable board.


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