Flight Time wrote:Don't suppose he cares much about the price, but we might!
But then, in order to be breaking boards all day you'd probably have to be going for the tricks he was and landing them, so I guess it all evens out.
It shouldn't cost more than a wakeboard, I'll grant you that. But in the world of kiteboarding, everyone wants a lighter board, and they want to stomp a 20 foot trick coming down without using the kite to catch themselves. You weight 200 lbs and come down on a board like that, something's gonna give, and it's either your leg or the board. Take your pick.Dustfarter wrote:That's such BS. Kiteboards mostly suck. At this point there is no good reason for a wake style kiteboard to break like that and the no good reason why it should cost more than your average wakeboard.
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