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Old 27th March 2008, 04:13 PM   #5
pierrec45
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> If the wind is not for planning forget about big sails, find a wide board
> and go for light wind freestyle...

Fully agreed that non-planing freestyle in lower wind ranges is not only fun but also useful in understanding certain aspects of short board.

Unless you have guaranteed strong wind out there, don't make the mistake of being "too good for the wind" and miss out on outings - use opportunities to rehearse in non-planing conditions.

'luck,
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