GL's are beautiful, very light and shiny but I put a crack along my leading edge on about session 2. I'm pretty sure it was a paddling doink, as opposed to a full on impact.Clammy that wing is Huuuge!
I got to fondle the GL wings the other day, super nice construction.
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GL's are beautiful, very light and shiny but I put a crack along my leading edge on about session 2. I'm pretty sure it was a paddling doink, as opposed to a full on impact.
It did seem to seep a little water, so I'm keeping an eye on it.
Answer was no for the warranty claim...
In can't fault the performance, but it was a very expensive wing so I hope it stays together.
I'm waiting patiently for some carbon to arrive and then it's awwwnn. I've got a second different wing set coming too.I'm bored and don't want to work, but there is no foiling news to read about. Clam carbon up your glider wings already and give some reviews. If you just found a way to co-opt other people's design work into foiling we'd could sidestep a huge expense in this sport.
Yeah man, 180 prone. I'm loving it, but that is with the different stab/fuse setup that I've rigged to be really neutral. This wing has no sh!t made foiling so much better for me....it pumps amazingly, it's really fast with the trimmed stabs and it's pretty much downwind ready.you're riding the GL210 prone?...i felt it had way too much lift for anything over waist high...oh man you gotta go get a GL180 its like the the 210 on steroids...and the GL140 is like the 180 again on nitrous...SOOOO...STINKIN...FASSSSST!
It's monolithic I think... There seems to be continuity from one entry to the othefhave you seen that cloud9 give a 4 hole stab option as standard!!! thats some forward thinking from a brand, just need their foils to catch up a bit.
sick work clammy! that signature stab looks beautiful.
is that gofoil stab spigot mount a separate piece from the main fuse molding?