Hey when I went to your demo, Cameron was ripping it up on the V3 for a while, and he weighs what, like 90 lbs soaking wet?
Bonjour Dimitri Maramenides,
C’est vous le patron mais c’est votre femme qui commande…
Surtout ne faite pas de publicité sur l’infinity, comme vous pouvez le voir , grâce à cette aile , j’ai le spot pour moi tout seul. C’est de l’humour parce quand il n’y a pas trop de vent , que tout le monde reste sur la plage , l’infinity me permet de m’amuser en mer (c ’était le cas de votre première vidéo sur l’infinity lors d’une démonstration).
Dimitri M wrote:Hey when I went to your demo, Cameron was ripping it up on the V3 for a while, and he weighs what, like 90 lbs soaking wet?
Yes I do remember that day Mr.Flight Time, but didn't know you were there during that demo. Did you get the chance to try the INFINITY V3?
Cameron and I were in Naples FLORIDA doing demos. It was blowing between 6 to 8 maybe 10 knots max that day and Cameron was itching to get wet. And since the INFINITY V3 was rigged because I used it earlier on an SUP in less then 5 knots (video of the SUP coming soon) he decided to take it for a spin on his very smallTwin Tip JUNIOR PRO board which is 115x32.5cm.
Flight Time wrote:Dimitri M wrote:
I think between the gusts of 10 knots, it was pretty much in the 6-8 knot range. But, given that I didn't have a professional grade anemometer mounted on a 40 foot pole, a thermometer, a barometer, a hygrometer, a doppler radar, and a full team of meteorologists busily running air density calculations, algorithms and forecasting software, I couldn't tell you about any wind gradients or extraterrestrial phenomena that may have contributed to the meterological conditions that day.
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