Skoop2 is just as light, or lighter on the bar as the Skoop 2001, so this is good.Fabjet1 wrote:Yes I think this is the real solution.
All the others: fix loop, arms as straight as possible, ibuprofen and streching B4 and after, icing after and finally cortison injections,
will be meaningless if everytime you go back kiting you have a back line flyer, or a kite that required a hard pull on the bar.
You'll just get injured again, thats my personal opinion.
Now if anybody that had elbow problems and resolve them by changing kite could list the kites, brand and sizes that will be great.
Here is a start:
RRD Type 4.1 2001 (prob.) Change to Takoon scoop 2001 (ok)
X2 2002 12, 14M after 3 riding days Change to RRD airtype 2003 16m (no pain at all)
Would like to know about scoop2, Amp, cabrhina 2003.
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