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Re: 2023 Fanatic Sky wind Team Edition
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2022, 10:47:42 AM »
Gawd ::)

Save us some time please, what does it weigh?

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Re: 2023 Fanatic Sky wind Team Edition
« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2022, 10:02:18 PM »
Gawd ::)

Save us some time please, what does it weigh?

Not as light as you'd think but it's a good thing imo. Not that it's heavy or anything but I think they made the right choice going with a more robust construction.

This board feels really solid which give it less twitchy feel while on foil.
I logged 2 sessions on this very 4'11 and I must say it felt better than I expected.

Very stable, at 75L for my 88kg I thought I'd have to stink bug it but I could get away knee start.

The deck concave naturally guides your feet to the right trim which made it very easy to get comfortable quickly when flying.

Really good acceleration and easy to pump and release. I believe the tail rocker has a lot to do with that. Board flies natural with GoFoil RS 1150+14FTL with mast 2" from the back of the box but also with the F-one Seven Seas 1200 NoLimitz mast all the way forward. Felt great with both but very different.

I rode the 2022 models from 75 to 95 and I was not impressed at all. If you see a slew of those 2022 on the used market for cheap, don't be tempted to buy. Go for the 2023 instead.
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