|5th September 2008 03:57 AM|
Moebius, I'm pretty sure you bought by now, right? Saw on the 'other' forum. What did ya get in the end?
See you in a couple weeks at that event.
|4th September 2008 11:09 PM|
|13th August 2008 02:12 AM|
|steveC||You might try contacting Trident Sports, as they are the distributor for North America. I did that earlier and they got me hooked up with a good retailer. If I were you, I'd request a handful of retailers to coordinate with so that you might leverage the best deal overall. Sometimes a retailer closer that might cost a little more can save you costly freight charges.|
|13th August 2008 12:28 AM|
|Moebius||I've contacted windsurfdirect for the Futura board and am waiting for the reply. Since I was also looking for some sails (more precisely, NP Expression 4.7 and 5.7), I wondered whether there are any other sites. I've already heard of silent sport.|
|12th August 2008 10:31 PM|
Try Glenn at 613-364-0546 (Windsurfingdirect).
|12th August 2008 03:26 AM|
Buying gear in Canada
I recently tried out the new Futura in Aruba and thought it was awesome. I'm a Belgian exchange student, going to Kingston (Ontario) for the fall term. Because of the favorable currency, I would love to buy a kit there. Can you recommend any retailers/sites who deliver to Kingston?
Also, I remain a bit unsure about the type and volume. Can you please share your opinion?
- I've chosen Futura, because at the moment, I'm mostly into freeriding and this board felt the best. Furthermore, I believe it will also allow me to do some basic freestyle/wave surfing in bump and jump conditions or a light swell. (which you typically have in the North Sea)
- As for the volume, I was thinking of either 111 or 122. I'm a 67 kg sailer, 1.85m. I would like to be able to get some airtime, attain high speeds and enjoy early planing. In aruba, I mainly sailed the 133, which was fine for the moment, but felt a bit too large for the future.
FYI: I will match the sail with a Neil Pryde Expression 5.7 or 6.2.