marlboroughman wrote:I would put the bar in the second place of importance. First you have to get a small board. Toby if I remember correctly uses 128/38 for his 95 kg weight. I use 126/37 for my 75 kg. So you can handle the bigger kite and still initiate a good pop. I would say most kites have sufficient depower. A lot of bars have stoppers which do the job. Because I ride in choppy waters I use smaller kites because I just can't hold the edge like in the flat water and I stick to the stopper because it makes me feel safer. My point is until you sort out the board the bar is not "thaaaat" important except for the stopper.
And a personal question for Toby: Man, lets imagine that you just somehow "lost" you 19m Dyno kite & your bar now. What are you steps to get a new set of everything? Will u buy old North bar? New model without ML? Or what?
Toby if I remember correctly uses 128/38 for his 95 kg weight.
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