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Harness Lines and Boom Height

Franco is starting to use the harness on his BIC WinSUP and started another long post on iwindsurf. He tends to over analyze, but some good information came out of his quest ...

Let's start with this video ...



and in the post(s) there were the standard suggestions - higher boom for lighter wind and lower for higher winds...

one post on iwindsurf:

http://www.iwindsurf.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=32935&sid=fe8d06bfe76a7ec405da0575f3d9ebce

and another on seabreeze ...

https://www.seabreeze.com.au/forums/Windsurfing/General/Optimal-settings-for-seat-harness-lines-and-boom-height?

of course our buddy Jem Hall has a few words to say ...

Windsurfing Tuning - Windsurfing Boom Height / Windsurfing Harness line positioning & Length / Windsurfing Outhaul Trim from Jem Hall on Vimeo.

and there is a reference to a Peter Hart article as well ...

https://issuu.com/arcwindltdpublishing/docs/harty319sept

I will continue to read through the posts and put more information ...

am definitely glad that there is some conversation about BOOM, lines AND mast foot position, How many times do we read about the infamous triangle ?? Which also affects how far back you go on the board and get in the foot straps ...

on one of the posts, i put this image of AA/Antoine Albeau who obviously always shows fine form:



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