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 Post subject: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:37 pm 
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Have 14,10,8,2012, thinking of getting 14,9,6, 2013,75kg,wave ride only,like to waveride under powered rather than over powered,strapped and strapless,on shore,side on mostly,14 2012 park on north nugget start 10 knots in waves, a little less in flat water,wind range i ride in 10 to 35 knots,any advice or help on above quiver,would be great.thanks TONY,


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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:36 pm 
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There is a bit of a gap between the 14 and 9...surely it will work, and the 9 is epic in waves, but you're not afraid that the 14 will be very very powered before you can use the 9? I have not ridden the 14 yet though, so I'm asking as a matter of curiosity. \
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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:01 pm 
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tony montana wrote:
Have 14,10,8,2012, thinking of getting 14,9,6, 2013,75kg,wave ride only,like to waveride under powered rather than over powered,strapped and strapless,on shore,side on mostly,14 2012 park on north nugget start 10 knots in waves, a little less in flat water,wind range i ride in 10 to 35 knots,any advice or help on above quiver,would be great.thanks TONY,


I rode 12m 2012 this summer long and I have the feeling that I live in the most windless place on Earth :).
So you can Imagine that slightest breeze was/is an opportunity.Despite I never felt the need for something bigger...
I weigh the same as you /134x42 TT/.
Probably 12 and 9 is the ticket ?

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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:22 pm 
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tautologies wrote:
There is a bit of a gap between the 14 and 9...surely it will work, and the 9 is epic in waves, but you're not afraid that the 14 will be very very powered before you can use the 9? I have not ridden the 14 yet though, so I'm asking as a matter of curiosity. \
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Thanks taut,2013 9 meter has more bottom end,and every meter smaller counts waveriding,love the 8 meter,but its a bit of a handful in 35 knots,gusting from 30 to 40,6 meter waveriding more fun and control in this wind range,i have quite a few surfboards so this will help with gaps in wind range,kite in florida twice a year so need 14 other wise i would go 12,TONY


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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 6:10 am 
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tony montana wrote:
tautologies wrote:
There is a bit of a gap between the 14 and 9...surely it will work, and the 9 is epic in waves, but you're not afraid that the 14 will be very very powered before you can use the 9? I have not ridden the 14 yet though, so I'm asking as a matter of curiosity. \
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Thanks taut,2013 9 meter has more bottom end,and every meter smaller counts waveriding,love the 8 meter,but its a bit of a handful in 35 knots,gusting from 30 to 40,6 meter waveriding more fun and control in this wind range,i have quite a few surfboards so this will help with gaps in wind range,kite in florida twice a year so need 14 other wise i would go 12,TONY



Yeah I get that for sure. The 9 is such a sweet kite too :-)

I'd like to try the 14 soon. ;-)


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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:45 am 
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Hi all. I agree with Tautologies 14/9 is a bit of a gap. My quiver? 15 Fly, 12 and 9 Park (2013) and 6 Bolt 2012. It works with any kind od wind, flat water and swell. I weight 75 Kilos and I own also a North Nuggett that I use in Italy as a light wind wave board. This year the Naish Park is slightly different and in my humble opinion, compared with the previous one, is better in every aspect. The 9 is amazing, A month ago I was kiting in Kanaha Maui when the wind suddenly dropped. Unlike other riders I was able to keep on my session; after that the wind picked up again becoming extremely gusty. Thr Park 9 worked great even in the most violent gust. I love this size but also the 12 is very, very good :thumb: !
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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:35 pm 
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How much overlap is there between the 12m Park and the Fly? I Amy thinking of the same quiver but are worried that the overlap is too small.

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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:52 pm 
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14-10-7.


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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:16 pm 
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PAFF wrote:
14-10-7.


The same works for me as well. Ride mostly directional in small wave.


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 Post subject: Re: Naish Park Quiver
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 6:35 pm 
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runner1 wrote:
How much overlap is there between the 12m Park and the Fly? I Amy thinking of the same quiver but are worried that the overlap is too small.

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There is a good overlap between the 12 and Fly for sure. :-)


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