Naish HA Jet foils?

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Naish HA Jet foils?

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Hi all - long time lurker Andrew here… I’ve met a few of you guys down at RB and Willows.

Anyone have any experience with these Naish foils? I’m currently on a (2000) S25 Naish Jet but at a point where I’m looking for a high aspect setup. I like the concept of simply having to buy a front and rear foil and not a new mast and fuse but recognize that resale on the complete Jet setup I currently have is better if I’m not parting it out.

I’m ~88kg and looking at the 1800 for light wind and the 1400 or 1240 for bigger days.

Insights welcome!
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Re: Naish HA Jet foils?

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finance a new Armstrong now while interest rates are still low...
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Re: Naish HA Jet foils?

Post by tweezer »

Hey Andrew,
Yeah, Armstrong’s are popular with the RB crew. Axis also has a lot of options and are pretty popular. I’m 75kg and riding Axis: a 1010 (1430cm2) in light air, 980 (1320cm2) in anything above 15knots. All on a 90l board. The Armstrong guys are riding 1250’s, 1125’s and 925’s I think and enjoying those a lot.
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