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Sure does Simon.
The kites stay in the air in very light wind. This was one of the main focuses .
I'm giving out very conservative wind estimates to be safe. As you know there are a wide range of variables when getting going with a foil.
10m H3 on a foil you are going in 10 -12 knots . @ 185 pounds.
Keep in mind you still need to have some foil skills.
You can go in less how ever being conservative here for the General Public.
The great thing is the new kites work so well and lots of guys and gals about to enjoy them as first orders should be landing on their door any day now.
They have performance - quality and the price is right.
Only one way to find out is to ride one for your self.
Hi Faxie. "I affraid the H3 won't survive multiple drops in the surf... especially the LE." L.E will survive fine. I have on purpose put the kite through the washing machine at a few different spots. Still flying.. No issues at all. Not saying it is indestructible but like any kite keep a close eye ...