jwoodunlv wrote:yeah, got a Naish kite and the pigtails are backwards compared to every other brand out there.
Ocean Rodeo Rise kites have a larkshead on the rear bridle. Maybe we should use this as a topic for a survey. I will start:
Knots on back lines:
Larkshead on back lines
a survey was done on this thread about a year ago:
Toby said: "since I am fighting for a standardized kook proof system on all bars/kites, I would like to hear from everyone, which brand has which system?
Which should be the best? Which does the majority already use? Which brands don't have any kook proof system?
Let's solve this problem!
Let's use this to make things clear:
Talking about the end of the flying lines coming from the bar, just where you attach it to the kite.
back lines: knot
front lines: eye
back lines: eye
front lines: knot
no kook proof
Here I will list what we have found out so far:
Ocean Rodeo: A