Asking "what kite is best" over and over gets pretty boring, but this was a pretty specific question that I hadn't seen before.jkrug wrote:how many different ways can one ask the same question: which kite is the best? it's been asked a million times, and answered 100 million times.
Jeff, you won't have to worry about these types of posts for the next 4 days or so! Get out there and put that "tude" to good usejkrug wrote:how many different ways can one ask the same question: which kite is the best? it's been asked a million times, and answered 100 million times.
btw, i want one kite that flies perfectly in 5-100 knots, jumps a mile high, floats you down in a matter of hours, turns on a dime when i want it to, doesn't turn at all when i don't want it to, can survive a nuclear explosion, has both single and multi-pt inflation, is perfect for hooked and unhooked and in waves or freestyle. it's both a 6m that flies like a 20m, and a 20m that flies like a 6m. oh yeah, it also must make chicks disrobe instantly.
oh wait, nevermind, i already own that kite, it's a ....................
Cab Switchblade 2006, seriously.Youtch wrote:
Youtch wrote:@ jkrug: It is called asking for advices. Since I don t have the opportunity to test all the kites of the market to make comparative analysis, I need to narrow down to a couple of potential choices, by asking feedback to other fellow kiters. This is also what the forum is all about, asking for advices and sharing experiences.
It costs me a lot to understand why if you are so much bothered by this type of post you do actually read them and even more go as far as adding a post with your opinion?
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