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  1. ... expression I've heard is "the cut of your jib ". If someone likes the cut of your jib , it means...

    4 Answers · Education & Reference · 26/06/2009

  2. ... experience, are you sure you don't already have a wire/rope jib halyard? Some people confuse the Spinnaker halyard for the jib halyard...

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 25/04/2010

  3. ... to be a cheap deck for beginners, not a freestyle board. For a jib board you generally want it to be a tad bit smaller than your park size...

    4 Answers · Sports · 17/08/2010

  4. Try these decks they're all jib oriented and some of the better ones Rome artifact...

    5 Answers · Sports · 28/10/2009

  5. "I would think they would as you only hook a line to the top of a jib (Halyard) and hook a line at the bottom of the jib (Tack)"...

    1 Answers · Sports · 09/12/2007

  6. Yes but there are limitations. Most boats will only go down wind under jib alone. Reaching is iffy. A lot depends on the geometry of your jib and the underwater profile of your hull.

    6 Answers · Sports · 11/10/2007

  7. The " cut of his jib " ? Being related to an old Navy man, I could say Sanders wouldn't be my choice for a Main Sail-----that's Mains'l to Navy brats.

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 01/07/2015

  8. ..., there is an expression, "I like the cut of his jib " Relates to the way someone stands with their jaw ...

    1 Answers · Education & Reference · 18/07/2009

  9. ...deep-reverse camber, freestyle board. Sounds like it's ready to take on most of jib action. It may not be a stable on rails as a dual camber or flat camber...

    3 Answers · Sports · 02/07/2011

  10. ... to mention it only comes in a 165. Go out and buy a cheap jib board. If you can afford to blow $700 on a board, then you can afford to spend another...

    2 Answers · Sports · 30/09/2008

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