Tiago1973 wrote:i would look for flexifoils as well, the bladder is thicker than usual, dracon on the leading edge, over the ribs and on the trailing edge as well (some models). The canacopy is solid as well, no decolouration or such on my Ions4.
love them on the smaller sizes
the down-side is that they feel heavy in the bigger sizes, my opinion.
plummet wrote:Foil kites last the longest hands down. twice as long as the comparable sized inflatable.
but if your not into foils for the water then maybe look for a kite without pullies.
I also think how you solo launch and land makes a huge difference. I went from drag launch to teathered launch and my kites are looking crispy alot longer. no more do i have that leading edge sliding on the sand.
Caesar wrote:How about Blade, Switch or Epic kites? Nobody mentioned them.
RideLow wrote:If you really want a good answer to your question, ask a big repair shop about their experiences..
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