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Severne Nano (V3)

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Created by Abovethelip A week ago, 14 May 2022
Abovethelip
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14 May 2022 12:53AM
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Can anyone share their thoughts of the V3 Nano in larger more side shore waves like logo to mast high?
I understand it is a smaller wave biased board for getting into the pockets (having owned the V1) but the rail shape should work on large waves.

What make fins are you running? Looking toward the 87l version and considering the K4 incinerators or stubbys.

Mr Hooper
WA, 70 posts
14 May 2022 11:13AM
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They go pretty well in larger cross shore conditions. Mast foot further forward and fins a bit further back will help with stability.
The supplied fins are pretty good. No real reason to change them unless you want to experiment with some different set ups.

philn
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14 May 2022 12:20PM
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Mr Hooper said..
They go pretty well in larger cross shore conditions. Mast foot further forward and fins a bit further back will help with stability.
The supplied fins are pretty good. No real reason to change them unless you want to experiment with some different set ups.


How do the Pyro and the Nano compare in logo high waves?

Mr Hooper
WA, 70 posts
14 May 2022 1:13PM
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Personally I'd choose the Nano for what you describe. It depends on your style of sailing though.
If you want a more carving top to bottom style, Nano or Mako. If you want a faster more aerial style go for the Pyro.



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