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Old 2nd April 2013, 09:18 PM   #2
Jean-Marc
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As an intermediate, I would suggest you that you stay away from the iSonic. First, they are pretty much fragile for a newbie and a Kode Tufskin would be much better WRT durability and ding resistance. Second, an iSonic is really a dedicated slalom board, something for high-end racing which is not user-friendly for a newbie WRT jibing, tacking, or footstrapping. Better look for an easy-going board.

Cheers !

JM
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