I think it's unlikely unless you're an olympic quality gifted athlete in your reflexes.ieism wrote: ↑Sat Sep 18, 2021 7:33 amCould you start wingfoiling on a 41 liter kitefoil board with 1250cm foil? I mean, as a beginner you'd have to learn waterstart but I'm not sure if that's doable.
I windsurfed my whole youth so water starting with a sail does not seem like a big deal to me but I don't see many people doing it at my local beach.
This for me would be a high wind option when my 4m peak is too big.
Here you go:addictedtofoil wrote: ↑Sat Sep 18, 2021 1:35 pmyes not many guys wing under 15 knots where I am and if they do it doesn't look fun, flapping about on the water trying to get on foil, usually leaving the water more frustrated than when they went in Usually there's hardly any wind on the surface when < 15 knots, for kite foiling it's fine but kite is 20m in the air.
In light wind definitely aimed at < 70kg people, but show me a 100kg person in 10knots winging easily and I'll be pleasantly surprised
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