Nectar wrote:Onshore, down the line works great on the methods for me.
Tiago1973 wrote:The idea that the average joe, no matter how good he is, could be close to the level of perception and feeling, ie - ability to identify on how small changes affect flying characteristics, of a top athlete in his prime is ludicrous. In kite or any other sport.
plummet wrote:Just because you can do some really good spins and acrobatics does not make you an intuitive kite flying expert. Sure there'll be pro's that are very switched on and also some guys that quite frankly are stupid but can do good tricks.
The same goes for average go, Some guys will be switched on to even the smallest change and others like a blund instrument will forge on with no idea.
Westozzy wrote: If you for one second think that the only useful feedback is from pro riders then I honestly feel sorry for you and I think your point of view is quite dangerous for the average joe. Input from all areas is where you develop a true picture.
Tiago1973 wrote:Westozzy wrote:
coincidently don´t remember reading a bad review on how the Combat V1 behave in the air
as a side note think it was a bad move for Switch to drop the battens - that very specific detail could had been used to build a reputation
now they are with another 5 line C-kite, as most of the others
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