crash&burn wrote:there is no fun to be had under 15 knts
if you want to spend the money it would take for a 2 kite quiver that would get you out from 15-35 to ride in wind so light that there is no intensity then go for it.
I am 200lbs and my largest kite is a 12m lei and with my 135x41 I am rocking at 15knts
life is too short to mess around with light wind, my advice get a sailboat and have fun with your friends and loved ones.
Ultimate Flying Machine, whatever suckers.
Here is the proofed version:
there is so much fun to be had from 8 knots
if you don’t want to spend money it would take only 1 kite that would get you out from 8 - 26 to ride in wind so light that there is intensity then go for it.
I am 130lbs and my largest kite is a 15m Speed2 and with my 148x40 I am rocking at 8knts. Haahaahaa...
life is too short to mess around in only high wind, my advice get whatever floats your boat and have fun,
but let us decide what to buy and what wind range is our Dynamic Light Wind Compliance Factor
Ultimate Flying Machine, whatever seekers because:
Being the last rider out riding Up-Wind as the winds die, busting air off on butter flat water,
Speed2=PRICELESS & followed by the Speed3 improvements rather.
The path of salvation to Low River of wind is narrow,
and as difficult to walk as the razor's edge to go glow.
May the wind always be at your back and the sun always upon your face to shine,
as the Speed3 aphrodisiac carry you aloft to dance with the stars by "turning U on" a dime.