Superlite and Lite Spanish Fly from Esquif

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Wendy
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Superlite and Lite Spanish Fly from Esquif

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Here is a link to a review of the newly made Superlite Spanish Fly by Esquif.
https://teamesquifinternational.wordpre ... eVDIA7GnA4
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Re: Superlite and Lite Spanish Fly from Esquif

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Very cool to see some of Frankie's designs back in production!!
Spanish Fly is too small for me,
but if you start making Vipers I'll buy a 12. ;)
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i need to loose some weight!!!
this boat looks so fun!
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Re: Superlite and Lite Spanish Fly from Esquif

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The Superlite is floating me fine at 200 pounds. Very happy.
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Re: Superlite and Lite Spanish Fly from Esquif

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Nice review of a great boat. Thanks Wendy, and Esquif for remaking the boat (I have one of the Sauvage ones).
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The S Fly is the most fun boat I've owned. I wish I still had time to paddle so I could justify upgrading to a Superlite. I think the Fly handles pretty good even at 220+. It's very stable full of water and that's a plus because its a wet ride no matter what you weigh.
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