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Anonymous

Date: November 10th
RE: Choosing equipment for surfing
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Hello, as in any other sport, in windsurfing you need to be very careful in choosing equipment. Now a huge number of brands, a huge number of products offered, and a developed classification of boards, sails, masts, and booms, all can shock a novice surfer. The main thing is to know and understand what you want to get from windsurfing yourself. Currently, at https://easy-surfshop.com/sup-boards you can find all the necessary equipment for both experienced surfers and beginners.



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Date: November 10th
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An incredible number of brands, a fairly large range of prices, a list of incomprehensible parameters expressed in meters, centimeters, liters, etc. - this is what the uninitiated enthusiast faces. However, do not be afraid in advance - you just need to figure out the problem. Indeed, upon closer examination, all equipment undergoes a clear classification, prices correspond to quality, and meters and liters are not confused, but help to choose the best option.

 

Before you buy equipment, experts advise, you need to take several consecutive steps. First, evaluate the region of skiing. It's always good to have a 245cm wave board and a 4.0m2 sail. - especially for "big" days, but such days in the middle lane are extremely rare, and you don't go to the sea or ocean every weekend. So wouldn't it be better to ride all the time and not just when the wind is very strong or when you leave the city for big waves and winds? Choose equipment that fits your "average" days and you'll be surprised how much time you can spend on the water.

 

The second step is an honest assessment of your own capabilities. Choose the right equipment for you. It is not worth learning to ride short boards, just as it is not worth jumping and riding the waves on a three-meter board for beginners. Incorrectly chosen equipment will cause you nothing but inconvenience, while a board and sail that suits your level of riding will help you understand the basics of windsurfing and switch to advanced equipment in a short time.



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