Weight equipment

The last time I was surfing on a new place called "the brace" it was an very big walk 1.8km, so I was thinking... What is the weight of my gear??? I was thinking it should be between 15-25kg...

small gear weight

Chinook 38cm RDM extender ALU (incl rope)___720 g
Chinook 38cm RDM extender Carbon (incl rope)_520 g
Select SL7 33cm_______________________ 348 g
Select SL7 29cm_______________________ 310 g
Select SL7 27cm_______________________294 g
Tectonics Falcon F1 28cm_________________324 g
Mastfoot (cheap model)__________________340 g
Finbolts_____________________________20 g
NAVI gps____________________________100 g
Garmin Fortrex________________________62 g
Aquapack____________________________92 g
1 Carbon Art footstrap___________________105 g
1 Sticker (sponsor)______________________20 g
Shim_______________________________159 g

big gear weight

Carbon Art Speed 44___________________5100 g
Carbon Art Speed 50___________________6000 g
Carbon Art Slalom 62___________________6500 g
Gaastra Vapor 6.5_____________________5200 g
Gaastra Vapor 5.5_____________________4800 g
Gaastra RDM mast 100% 4.00m___________1360 g
Gaastra RDM mast 100% 4.30m___________1660 g
AMEX carbon boom 160-220 incl lines_______3400 g

Heaviest combination

CA Slalom 62_____6500
Gaastra Vapor 6.5_5200
4.30 mast_______1660
AMEX boom_____3400
Alu extender______720
Select SL 33cm____348
NAVI +Garmin____162
Total weight_____18.5 Kg
excl dirt

Lightest combination

CA speed 44_____5100
Vapor 5.5_______4800
4.00m mast_____1330
Carbon ext_______520
AMEX boom_____3400
Select SL7 27cm___294
Total weight_____15.8Kg
excl dirt

So the current speedsurfing topperformance speedequipment total weight is between 15-20kg.

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Erik Loots

Erik is windsurfer for 10+ years. In his daily life he is professional in construction dewatering, advisor, troubleshooter. Erik likes adventures, explore and to challenge himself. During his life he is trying to get the best out of it and have respect for the earth, nature and future generations. The modern world is about sharing, in this blog Erik shares his experiences, selfreflection and lessons learned.

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