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Created by chazwazza 2 months ago, 13 Feb 2019
chazwazza
14 posts
13 Feb 2019 11:40AM
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Hey guys,
Looking at moving from a 160l f2 xantos to a 2019 gecko 133 as a step forward. has anyone ridden one in choppy conditions, any advise at all would be appreciated!

jonestony
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14 Feb 2019 12:15AM
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chazwazza said..
Hey guys,
Looking at moving from a 160l f2 xantos to a 2019 gecko 133 as a step sportlifepower.com/all-oral-steroids-online/dianabol-20/. has anyone ridden one in choppy conditions, any advise at all would be appreciated!




my friend can help you!

chazwazza
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14 Feb 2019 6:15AM
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jonestony said..

chazwazza said..
Hey guys,
Looking at moving from a 160l f2 xantos to a 2019 gecko 133 as a step sportlifepower.com/all-oral-steroids-online/dianabol-20/. has anyone ridden one in choppy conditions, any advise at all would be appreciated!





my friend can help you!


how so jonestony?
selling one?

Harrow
NSW, 2562 posts
14 Feb 2019 10:53AM
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www.seabreeze.com.au/Classifieds/Windsurfing-Boards/~lvxe-/2018-Fanatic-Gecko-Hrs-246-cm-133-litres.aspx?_page=1&search=eLRMcKwwdw6RoFxPGGfzbwQcOJCIQRNBK9Enz2D77WM%3D

chazwazza
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14 Feb 2019 7:59AM
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Harrow said..
www.seabreeze.com.au/Classifieds/Windsurfing-Boards/~lvxe-/2018-Fanatic-Gecko-Hrs-246-cm-133-litres.aspx?_page=1&search=eLRMcKwwdw6RoFxPGGfzbwQcOJCIQRNBK9Enz2D77WM%3D


that's the one im looking at :) just trying to work out whether its a good move forward :)

Harrow
NSW, 2562 posts
14 Feb 2019 11:21AM
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My gut reaction is that you should be going a little smaller, closer to 125 liter. I'm not 85kg myself and haven't seen you sail, but I still tend to think you'd soon find the 133 a little large, especially since you already have a larger board to practice on for a little longer if needed.

chazwazza
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15 Feb 2019 9:09AM
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Harrow said..
My gut reaction is that you should be going a little smaller, closer to 125 liter. I'm not 85kg myself and haven't seen you sail, but I still tend to think you'd soon find the 133 a little large, especially since you already have a larger board to practice on for a little longer if needed.



thanks for your advise harrow,
My theory on it was that its a more modern board (easier to ride?) and the added width would give me more stability as I work towards getting into the footstraps? my current boards only 68 wide which is great for the chop, but its a delicate dance to move around on it.

Plus its a cool looking board and that counts for something right? haha



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