Similar to Peter, I also have a slight different feeling. I was riding my 96 cm for one year than switched to a 110 cm with same wings and during this time at least one time switched back, but than stayed with the 110 cm for now another year. The 96 cm is now just for the mono.
I believe a shorter mast will always be more sensible to inputs.BigSky wrote: ↑Tue Jun 13, 2017 12:35 amIs there more stability with an even shorter mast? I respect PF and appreciate his valuable perspective. It's clear from prior posts he 's appears not to be a fan of shorter masts. I love my 60cm but mostly because it opens up far more opportunity with the massive tides in my spot assuming the winds are low. It's forcing me to really hone in on control with the lift because of cavitation. I'm very excited to try my new 91cm Lift too. I'm really trying to soak up as much knowledge as possible and not challenging any opinions. Thanks
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