RE: q on isonic and sails
I have all Tushingham sails. These are well known for their wide wind range but in the smaller sizes I find .5 about right. It's true that I could hang onto my 5.7 well into the wind that I would use the 5.2 with but it's often better to be comfortable in choppy conditions with at least the sail. It give me more time to think about the next bit of chop.
My current quiver is a bit messed up but here goes.
8.5 Lightning, 7.8 Lightning, 6.5 Tbird, 6.4 X-15, 5.8 X-15, 5.7 Storm, 5.2 Storm (soon I will add a 5.2 X-15), 4.7 storm and a 4.5 Storm (soon to be replaced with a 4.2)
The Lightnings are 2 cam, The Tbird is a rotational freeride sail, The X-15s are 5 cam speed sails and the storms are high wind freeride/wave sails so you can see why I have so many sails of similar sizes.
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