Yes, I think you have it wrong (or, maybe I do!)nothing2seehere wrote: ↑Thu Jul 16, 2020 9:13 pmSo I originally thought that wing foiling might be a low winds sport but it isn't really. I'm wondering if it might be a good high wind sport?
Where I live, when the wind is 30 knots +, kiting starts to become less fun. The water state gets too messy and with no waves you end up with short pitched chop and the gusty winds make boosting less fun for the landings too. It occurred to me that foiling over the chop might be the way to go.
Am I getting it wrong again? Is strong gusty wind a big problem? I appreciate that kit handling will be more of a pain ( I remember having to wedge your windsurf board under your car to stop it flying down the street whilst you changed into a wetsuit back in the day) but am I fooling myself that it might still be fun?
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