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.
Uhhhh, yeah. I was the guy who talked to you in Naples about Cameron growing up to be a ladies man, as he was making some female acquaintances while you were pointing the camera at him.
I demoed the V3 with the Oxygen and that 18 Cab monster and compared them in the Infinity thread. I also ordered my 14 3G Screamer that day. I was surprised that Cameron wasn't blown away like a leaf, even though the wind was pretty terrible that day.
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.