Thanks for the input, Yeah, I figured I would leave my gear at home to avoid the whole pitch.HawaiianKiteboards wrote:ten90six,
when selecting a school be sure to consider that most kite schools are sponsored by kite manufacturers and if you take lessons with off brand gear it can easily happen that the lesson will turn into a sales pitch.
I recommend to take the lesson with the gear the school provides, the instructor is used to it, that way your lesson will be more productive.
I can assure you that it will be easy to switch to the Glider once you have mastered the first few rides in a school.
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