Matthieu;mattthieu wrote:thanks for your replys
i wont ride it in real races anyway, more for kite sailing kind of things !
and, i wont resell it neighter !
that fin box problem scares me ! is it really that bad ?
Yes. Just make sure the board is solid white color on the bottom (V1.5), not patchy white/black (V1). This is perhaps the easiest directional board out there. Stable and floaty which makes it great for learning to jibe, even with the biggest fins. It has narrower tail than later versions that is turn friendly and easier to sink. Just avoid kicking your feet up in direction of the fins when water starting. I windsurfed before so I did not do that, but some guys had to relearn their moves when getting on board or suffer scratchesmattthieu wrote:would you think that that old ( but new ) sector 60 for 550 dollars would be a good start into directional boards ?
Well, do not expect to get replacement if you brake it, but it jumps really well, just lend softly . Mine got run over couple cars and still works. It is a big board so bad landing can hurt you as easy as the board - be careful.does someone knows if it's strong enough to jump it ? 5 or 6 feets ? or will it break landing ?
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