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Right windsurfing rig for ISUP

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Created by JZOrewa 1 month ago, 9 Oct 2019
JZOrewa
29 posts
9 Oct 2019 5:53AM
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Hey guys,
A friend of mine just got 2 2017 JP Inflatables Sups with insert for a windsurfing mast, and we're just wondering what could be a good set up for these boards.
I think a sail over 5 sqr metres would be too big maybe, but not sure how it would handle a bigger sail. What about sails with cambers?
Does anyone have a similar Isup with windsurfing rig to share thee experience?
Cheers

BrisKites
QLD, 1259 posts
9 Oct 2019 8:36AM
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The more basic the better. I doubt you will be doing anything crazy sailing an ISUP with no foot-straps.Maybe look for the following-
Arrows I-Rig
Naish Crossover Rig
Duotone Drive
STX Evolve Rig

JZOrewa
29 posts
9 Oct 2019 6:43AM
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BrisKites said..
The more basic the better. I doubt you will be doing anything crazy sailing an ISUP with no foot-straps.Maybe look for the following-
Arrows I-Rig
Naish Crossover Rig
Duotone Drive
STX Evolve Rig


Did you ever try an I-Rig? They look to be becoming popular.

LeeD
929 posts
9 Oct 2019 6:46AM
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My Fanatic Fly 9'6" handles my 7.0 with ease up to 15 mph gusts and anything down to the smallest sail made.
Also, we often sail a Young Gun 8'10" in planing winds up to 20 with a 5.5 sail.

MLB007
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5 Nov 2019 11:29AM
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LeeD said..
My Fanatic Fly 9'6" handles my 7.0 with ease up to 15 mph gusts and anything down to the smallest sail made.
Also, we often sail a Young Gun 8'10" in planing winds up to 20 with a 5.5 sail.


Hey Lee,

I'm looking at 4 in 1's and the Fanatic Stubby Foil (7'11" I believe) is one of the only options. They all are more wave oriented (apparently) than for the flat water riding I'll be doing. Any knowledge of it?



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