consumer wrote:The flat base of a pump is so awkward when trying to pump a kite up. Maybe a slanted base - either toward or away from you would make more sense.
consumer wrote:The fact is: our bodies do not move in a perfect vertical line when we pump. We actually move in an arc. It's not ridiculous to think that modifying the angle of the base might make pumping less awkward.
You guys have any idea how bonkers people go over a sliding spreader bar or a new safety leash?
This is simple question with an even simpler solution. Why are people so quick to flame?
Peter Frank described it perfectly.
KiteboardingTampaBay wrote:His only pumps on the downstroke and he says he loves it.
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