Then it could be Johhnn, compared, scaled up by the weight difference 80/65 = 1.23 :Johhnn wrote:You are pretty light, though, right Hawaii's? I'm 80 kg.
Yup, agree.antonell0 wrote:What I learned in my experience is that:
1) When you learn at the very beginning, you would like to use the same kite size you would use on a surfboard.
2) when you progress, you definitively want to go down 20-30%. Great free riding in apparent wind.
3) when you are able to push your speed upwind & downwind then you can go up again with kite size, but preferably not strapless.
So it really depend on your weight, riding style and ability.
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