Why do you think there are so big differences in our areas regarding board sizes used for experienced riders?
I know it is a bit off topic, but I wonder why.
See many posts and videos about the 30 and 40 litre wingfoilboards here, like you happywizz.
But all the top dogs here, as I call them, the ones who can do the high jumps and loops and stuff, and compete in international racing too (in the "good" end that is), dont use such small boards?
They did the first years when trying to find out what worked the best, but not anymore now.
Not in flat water nor in waves.
The best ones (compared to around average weight) go down to 55-60 litres as their high wind board (not as their only board)
We have ALL kinds of wind, not a particular low wind area, Denmark, so it can not be because of that, we see such huge differences.
Or is it because both a 30 litre and a 70 litre board can work perfect - and then some just love the small ones, more than others, and stick to these?
It is really odd, this difference in sizing for the experienced, worldwide