Topic: Testimony to MicroFreak's durability and performance
So, this is for the record books. I have a school in Alameda, California. Alameda is typically a light wind spot and we teach lots of kid's camps. On Monday it was gusting to 40mph and I did not have a sail small enough at the school for me to use (I'm about 115-120lbs). I had a 95l Naish Slalom board and tried a 4.2 Superfreak but was way over powered, so I ran into the school, pulled out the Kid's MicroFreak 3.2 and put harness lines on it. In a few minutes I was blasting around in more wind than I'd ever been in on the smallest sail I've ever been on. It was like sailing a napkin. What a blast!!! I think in total, the rig weighed about 11lbs.
So, here to a kid's rig being durable enough and high enough performance to actually get an adult on the water in 40mph!
Thanks Jeffrey and crew!
ps. The day before I actually was on a newly rigged 7.5 Fluid and was blasting in 7mph of wind. Talk about extremes - and btw, I love the fluid too. So, now I've sailed the biggest and the smallest sail I've ever been on within two days of each other at the same location!