If you're into waves then Barbados has no competition.
Silver sands is by far the most awsome wave spot.
Friendly waves that can be pretty big without killing you.
Reef is never more shallow than 1,5m so you won't get hurt.
Agree. Kahoonas are powerful for their sizes so if the 9.5 is not enough for you, then you're looking for a light wind kite.
Something like the TS light wind (stupid expensive) or a Liquid force Solo or some other kite that focuses on light wind raw power.
I guess the "classic" in it all is how you felt riding the kite. Each kite has come to life in it's own special time. My first kite was the Naish AR3.5 9m and I loved it but I wouldn't change my 2014 Bandit 9m for the world. The X2 14m was my first 4-line kite and it was awsome. Started riding a twi...
I would like to add that you really need to have some space when you learn.
You may end up going downwind at high speed when if you're powered up. Just have a good look around to make sure nobody's going to be in your way in 5 seconds.
I've said it before and I'll say it again...If I see another clip with girls landing ugly tricks blind I'll puke....there I puked.
What happened to timing, grace, kite control? There's so much cable park in most kiters styles these days.
I have not tested it myself but there are a few guys at my local beach claiming to have fun with the 2014 F-one Bandit 12m on those light wind days.
Personally I have never had a good day in the waves if the wind requires a bigger kite than my 9m.
There's not enough difference for an upgrade I would say.
The B6 is a fantastic kite (I ride the 9mB6 and 7mB7) by my standards (wave riding).
I'll stick with this setup until something breaks (or there's another too-good-to-be-true deal that I'll fall for again...)