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Old 20th December 2009, 11:35 PM   #7
Ken
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I also have an old Tiga, the 263 which is narrower than the 259. Both are poly boards, somewhat heavy, but very, very smooth in the chop and great at jybing. I only take mine out when it is a steady 25 knots plus. A real pain if the wind drops for me since it is a sinker.

The only negative for the Tigas are the foot straps, which tend to twist a lot.
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