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Old 10th April 2010, 09:59 PM   #1
marekk
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Default Futura, Carve or iSonic for heavy sailor

Hi,

I'm heavy (110-115 kg) sailor on beginer - intermediate skill: I'm planing in straps (but not perfect) with harness, tack, jibe etc. Up to now I have used Go 175, on lake with winds 5-15 knots (max 25). Now I bought Formula HWR for sailing on this spot and looking for board to sailing on spot on a bay with better windy conditions (10-30 knots), flatwater or chop (depend on wind direction). What is the best choice for me - Futura, Carve or iSonic? I like fast sailing and in future, I think, jumping on chop, but no wave or freestyle. Which volume will the best for my weight?

Marek

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