Check the harness and look at the spreader , this is the part that you will replace so make sure it is the right size. Also you might want to check if that harness model is compatible with the dynabar.cabron wrote:Hi,
before my holiday trip I need to buy the Dynabar, however, there are two lengths, 29 and 34 cms. Which one should I choose then? I am wearing 35" jeans and I will get seat harness (North Performer), but it hasn't arrived yet and I can't check the measurements beforehand, and I need to order the bar now to get it to my trip.
What davesails said...totally agree. Wider is better if it wors with your harness.davesails7 wrote:I wear a size small harness, 31" waist. I had an old version of the dynabar in the Large size. Got a new Dynabar V6 in the smaller size, but I wish I would've gotten the larger one. The larger one gives you a larger range of motion of the hook which is the whole reason you buy the thing! Small size still works, but I might need to upgrade.
If you have 35" waist, I'd definitely go with the larger dynabar.
Actually I tried it twice since I bought it. At first I bought it for winter kiting with skis but I just got a brand new surf so I might install it back this week-end. It takes a bit of adjustment at first but nothing major. I was a bit scared of how it would react during big air but it doesn't make a big difference actually. I ride kites with a short depower throw but if you ride kites with longer depower throw like cabrinhas you might want to have longer arms since it adds maybe 2 or 3 inches in length. I really like the way how it slides from side to side though. I think it will be really nice for surfing.mocolombo wrote:Jumarcil,
I am thinking to buy the same as you, force shield + dynabar V7. Could you comment how does it performe?
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