Re: [ksurfschool] hanacrew and litewave boards
- In a message dated 12/31/00 3:53:20 PM Pacific Standard Time,
<< We should not waste time arguing about which type of board will be the
future of the sport. >>
That's what I meant.
I didn't make it clear that I think all three types of boards may continue to
- Sorry - can't add anything on hanacrew or litewave boards (only
advice is don't get a mini-mal with footstraps added onto it!)
I'm now getting a proper kiteboard and have been looking for 2nd hand
ones - I've now found one - its an old Extreme directional board (one
of the 3 fins as opposed to 4 fin types)- has anyone had any
experience with these as I've heard both good and bad things?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Hung Vu <hungvu@n...> wrote:
> kiteboard@a... wrote:
> > fishersfort@a... writes:
> > << I think twin tips
> > are the future of this sport, so you might as well pick one and
> > learning. >>
> > I disagree (but we've already had that discussion), so I'd say
you might as
> > well pick the type that suits your goals & area (wind range,
> > jibes, waveriding, big air, spinning, looping, etc.).
> We should not waste time arguing about which type of board will be
> future of the sport. "Que sera, sera!"
> Personally, I think each type of board will have its usefulness in a
> certain conditions (wind & water).
> Similarly, if you want to have fun on the snow, nothing beat the
> snowboard; but on a double black diamond, mogul runs, don't go there
> without your skis.
> Happy New Year!