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Ullman Osprey

Postby tweoistom » Sat May 01, 2021 11:05 am

Just wondering if anyone has one and what they thought of it? Looking to get into wing foiling and am about 75kg so thinking of a 4.7 as my starting point.

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Re: Ullman Osprey

Postby irwe » Sat May 01, 2021 11:39 am

I have not ridden the Osprey so I can only comment on size. As a beginner WingFoiler I wouldn't go to anything smaller then a 4.7 m. You could easily go to a 5.4 m (I see 4.7 is the largest Osprey). It will also depend on many other factors such as Foil and Board size, how windy your local spot is, etc.
If you also plan on using your Wing for WingSnowSkiing then I recommend a Wing without Windows.

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Re: Ullman Osprey

Postby downsouth » Sat May 01, 2021 12:12 pm

Hi

here is a little review, on the osprey, https://www.thefoilingmagazine.com/test ... prey-ii-2/ down here in Cape Town it is the most used wing followed by Airush. I use an Osprey and had a Falcon before, the construction is solid with a nice and stable profile.

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Re: Ullman Osprey

Postby tweoistom » Thu May 06, 2021 8:56 am

Thanks everyone, might take the plunge as they're a pretty good price right now and wouldn't mind it for this season.


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