An 11M session with the TT board. ESE winds 20-30 mph. Surprisingly nice swell on the inside by the break wall.
Clean and well spaced waves up to head high made this an epic session. The irresistible slicks in the harbor were fun and also session ending. (Kite crash onto a dock post) Craig, Chris and Justin all on 9M Kites, Tom on his 11M Some sun through high clouds, mid-40s temperature.
Chris getting some air time
Gear: 11M Naish with TT board
TOB: 12:30-3:00 non-stop action
Winds: 20-30 mph from the ESE
Weather: Mostly cloudy
Surface: Mixed up on the outside, with some organized, clean waves inside the breakwall.
Weather: Some sun, some clouds with some rain at the end. Temps near 50 degrees
Surface: Typical LSC
Comments: Boosty day with lots of carving and slashing. Some wind lulls but not enough to shoo you off the water.
50ish degrees with some sunny periods. Wind mainly SSW 15-30 not gusty just lulls and peaks.
Highlights:Checked out Frankfort beach, too gnarly and no one there. Went to Esch beach and it seemed a tad tamer. So I rigged up the 9M for a
gnarly session, confused swell, gusty
clocking gales. A quickie session
that I must admit wasn’t all that much fun. Swell coming from 3 different
directions, winds gusting from 15-40 mph. I couldn’t get into any rhythm.
Jumping not good, even slashing the inside swell wasn’t right. About the only good thing was it did get sunny
with 51 degrees at launch time.
Gear: 11 M Pivot to 13M Slingshot kite and TT board
TOB: 2 sessions between 1:00-6:00
Winds: NE-ENE 15-30 mph
Weather: cloudy and some rain, mid 50s
Surface: Slick city
Highlights: First session, short and underpowered on the 11M. Second session, a marathon session on the 13M and TT. As soon as I rigged the 13 the wind ramped up which made conditions near perfect for the 13M kite. Straight to the slick where I played for the next 2.5 hours, jumping, boosting, olling, carving did it all with a butter smooth surface. Worked on my reverse toe side with great success. The 13M kite was well powered with the steady, solid wind conditions.
A record distance traveled, logging over 50 miles. A near epic slick day!
A solid 11M, TT session with Keith.
Starting out cloudy and mid-60s then sunny and mid-50s.
Winds were NW clocking to NE.
The wind was surprisingly a solid 15-30 mph through out the day.
One ride out to the slick, spent a short period of time there. The wind clocked from NW to NE ruining the slick conditions. Overall a near epic day.