North Nugget TT or CSC

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Fig Roll
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Location: Sunderland

Sun Apr 16, 2017 10:35 pm

Hi folks, thinking about a 2017 North Nugget not sure to go for the Tough Tech or the CSC construction. The CSC according to sources is higher performance, better free ride in lighter winds and great over chop but the TT seems a little better in the smaller waves. I am approx. 77kg and generally kite in chop and small waves. I am looking for a board to be a 'go to board' for most days as well as a single board for travelling. The £150 price difference is also to be consideration. A little concerned that the CSC might be a little to dedicated for light winds and be a handful in stronger winds :evil:

Appreciate advice from any kiters who have experienced either board.

Cheers Fig roll
Adennjela
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Mon Jan 28, 2019 10:43 am

Fig Roll wrote:
Sun Apr 16, 2017 10:35 pm
Hi folks, thinking about a 2017 North Nugget not sure to go for the Tough Tech or the CSC construction. The CSC according to sources is higher performance, better free ride in lighter winds and great over chop but the TT seems a little better in the smaller waves. I am approx. 77kg and generally kite in chop and small waves. I am looking for a board to be a 'go to board' for most days as well as a single board for travelling. The £150 price difference is also to be consideration. A little concerned that the CSC might be a little to dedicated for light winds and be a handful in stronger winds :evil:

Appreciate advice from any kiters who have experienced either board.

Cheers Fig roll
What has happened now for you to give up North Kiteboarding after 18 years?
Zachary O'Doherty
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Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:15 am

Fig Roll wrote:
Sun Apr 16, 2017 10:35 pm
Hi folks, thinking about a 2017 North Nugget not sure to go for the Tough Tech or the CSC construction. The CSC according to sources is higher performance, better free ride in lighter winds and great over chop but the TT seems a little better in the smaller waves. I am approx. 77kg and generally kite in chop . small waves. I am looking for a board to be a 'go to board' for most days as well as a single board for travelling. The £150 price difference is also to be consideration. A little concerned that the CSC might be a little to dedicated for light winds and be a handful in stronger winds :evil:

Appreciate advice from any kiters who have experienced either board.

Cheers Fig roll
by the way £150 is to much price
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