Hawaiis wrote:Very hard to ride, mini fins need a lots of speed, no anhedral. Never won any race yet.
Really surprised to read it. I am on the Vorace since September 2013 and found it easy to learn, ride, jump. It took me max 10-20 mins to adapt from Silente (low AR).
Winning? Maybe a couple percent of readers care. I do not think it has competed anywhere.
To be honest with you - I really don't care about racing/winning/losing. I care to ride a foil which delivers a smooth and easy ride. I found Vorace doing well.
Foilboarding for me is about fun not racing and affordable prices.
I am not sure that most readers would spend 2000€ to get a winner if they get a fun foil for the half of price. How many of us want to compete to take 1st place? No one because top riders' skills are already beyond our imagination.
If I am ask what I prefer from Moses I would reply that I would go for Silente due to fun factor, lower price, good durability and build quality and finally that it floats once detached.
Vorace delivers better upwind angle (2-3 degrees), more comfort at top speed (amazing!).
Go through it again and would find more my observations about Silente vs VoRace: