foam-n-fibre wrote:Even if you "disable" your kite you're still at the other end of the lines.
duh, and then wrap your lines. it takes 30 seconds, everyone should be good at that.
want to mess around with releases etc that's up to you
theres not a quick releases out there that is hard to use, and there is no reason to use it in this case anyway. just unhook yourself and let it go onto the leash.
depends on the wind conditions and how the kite is sitting.
this is simply not true. if you have doubts about the effectiveness of your leash system in "certain wind conditions and certain kite positions, then you either dont know what your doing or need a proper leash line setup.
sorry to be harsh, but kiting really is not as complex as it can me made out to be, and many accidents do happen when people start getting "creative" with how they handle their gear and dont utilize BASIC, effective, and safe kite handling technique (and common sense)