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erik 29th April 2008 06:24 AM

isonic 122 only 114 liters

Is it correct that the isonic 122 has 114 liters?

greetings from holland


Ken 30th April 2008 04:03 AM

I can't speak for the 122, but I am told my iS 111 is 108 liters.

Screamer 30th April 2008 04:54 AM

ISAF site says it's 114 lit, and they measure boards for competition. It will pose a problem if you're heavy (90-100kg) and use it often in holey winds with, say, a 9.0 or bigger rig. Slogging in these conditions would be difficult.
Otherwise, don't worry about it.

mark h 1st May 2008 02:59 AM

Like Screamer says, it is 114 ltrs. Last years iS122 was 120 ltrs, so its only 6 ltrs less but has a slightly wider tail to compensate. 6 ltrs is going to be real hard to detect on the water unless you have electronic sensors built into your feet LOL.

Screamer 1st May 2008 03:33 AM

Now I've seen on another thread Erik is 92 kg. When you add 20-25kg (wetsuit, board + rig weight, etc), it turns out iS122 is a near sinker in dying wind. He has a bigger board, so it's maybe not the most important here.

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