What a supremely dick thing to say!
P.S. A table top is already inverted...... no need to exaggerate.PullStrings wrote: ↑Mon Mar 04, 2019 3:57 am
Wind was side-side-on around 14 but quickly went up to 21 mph ...surf waves smallish 2-3 footers
Great jump heights
Great transitions....love those inverted table tops downloops
Great off the wind wave rides
Worked for me....killed it !!
grandeand wrote: ↑Mon Mar 04, 2019 5:12 pmit's completely subjective.
I love going strapless; I tried with the straps but I did not feel comfortable.
there are conditions (very large waves or very strong current, rocks in the wind) where I decide to mount the strap and leash, but almost always I go strapless.
the other difference is to go with the surf that has the pads or with paraffin.
I love direct contact with the table, so I love going with paraffin.
Hahaa!! nice one !!Just an old geezer doing what I think works the best and most fun ha haa, and not following the mainstream, sorry
Funny that you say that, as I'm currently thinking the opposite. On a surfboard, I feel the need to micro adjust my feet more, for upwind performance, for on the wave performance, (mostly the back foot though), for jumps and back loops. On the other hand, on the foil, (SpitFire XLW) it feels like there is only one perfect foot position that feels great, and any 2cm deviation from that seems to be nowhere near as good, hence why I'm putting my straps on my board again to keep me on that position at all times. (and get back into jumping). Although I still like the freedom of strapless, and nothing in the way of the foot switches, so not 100% convinced yet that I want straps.
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