Then also try Airush Sector 60 I have one, and am very satified on how easy it is to manage it, no upperleg burning etc..mrmarchpane wrote:I'm also thinking about this board as my second light wind board.
Do you thing it will be as good as raceboards in light wind? Or should I buy raceboard for that? I'm not really interested in race, but freeride in light wind
Thanks for help.
It wil lneed some time to adapt...especially the jibing...DvB wrote:I wanted a Sector as an all purpose board, but after waiting for months for the local distributor to get their act together, I decided rather on a two board combo from North, the Free Race, and the Race Ltd 2011. The Free Race will be arriving tomorrow, and the Race Ltd hopefully in the next few weeks. I live and kite in predominantly light wind areas, high altitude inland, and the Seychelles. I've never owned or even ridden a directional before, apart from being an avid surfer when younger, so I won't be able to give any expert opinions or comparisons, but it is going to be an interesting exercise for me. My current light wind board is a Spleene Door 164, and I use both inflato's and foils, so I will be able to do back to back comparisons with all my gear and see what works best. I'll try my best to give some honest feedback from an average, joe public kiters point of view on these boards.
Here's hoping for some wind for this weekend!
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