MikeBirt wrote: ↑Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:51 am
See if you can get a demo.
2018 is for sure a very different and in my opinion a better year for the more elite rider.
Time will see how popular it is with the masses - and this will have a bearing on what the next generation will be like, but for now, I'd say, make hay
Thanks - It sounds like it would be worth demoing the union III. I've also got my wife to consider , she has just found the deep joy of kitesurfing and is currently asking me when we can go next, which is a first and amazing. I think the lithiums have helped with that...and also me spending some one on one time with her in the water.
Totally agree with this, their marketing message seems to be all over the place right now. With a lot of new gear being released over lots of brands, I want to be more excited by the airush brand and the lack of volume and clarity what they have put out is a bit disappointing....
I wouldn't go as afar as speculating about financial issues, but I would definitely question some of their decisions and what their development and marketing people are smoking.
I wouldn't try to pull these arguments when even F-One has came with with an adjustable (tool less) bar and none other bar on the market (North, Core, LF, Naish, Cabrinha) requires anything more complex than some good-old hands dexterity to change where lines are attached.MikeBirt wrote: ↑Tue Sep 05, 2017 1:45 pmCouple of words that may help
The bar is neater - yup - you need a tool now, but you know, I didn't adjust the bar at all last year - best to disassemble and clean to stop it clogging every few months - but most people don't touch the bar length. 14m+ may need the bigger bar, but it flies fine without the extenders and now a lot of us are foiling 12 is as far as we go...
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