txtph wrote:I have never understood the tribal instinct that centers on whch brand of kite a person uses. I suppose everyone wants to feel like that they have spent their money wisely and in order to do that we must personally attack the choices of others that made a different buying decision.
When the new Naish kite comes out there will almost certainly be another round of attacks from those that have already bought Crossbows and the other way around, that is from those that waited and got the new Naish. Why?
Doesn't anyone have friends that fly a different brand of kite? Is your kite spot dominated by one brand? Would you talk to a new person that comes to your beach with a different brand of kite?
Are most of the people that feel strongly about a kite brand people that make their living on selling this brand of kite? If so, then the partisanship is understandable, but if not then I just don't get it.
To those, like me, who are just consumers of this stuff: why do you feel so strongly about your brand, or the marketing techniques of the competitors?
frigginlostpassword wrote:anyway, back on topic, in response to your original post rockstar.
"oh you must be right thats it, how could i have been so silly, the brothers leg' design kites for the pleasure, why else would they patent and licence the designs."
the bullshit artist formerly known as sq225917 wrote:mmm, cos i have a history of slamming stuff i dont like, best bars, slingshot depower set up, slingshot strap attachments, production flysurfer titans. i can only comment about stuff from my experience...
frigginlostpassword wrote:kitepower wrote:
The very design of the kite you fly and the brand you so loyally support owes its actual existence to the Legainoux bros pioneering designs, remember??
loyalty, mmm surprised you can even type that word steve.....
can you say 'extrication'....
Kite Scarecrow wrote:Rockstar wrote:
So why the thread in the first place???
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