snobdr wrote:Oh!!! Thats why they make them. So guys like you can mow the lawn in 4 to 7. Not for people who want to go big in maybe 8 to 12. Or guys that want to throw down in up to 15.
Oops forgot again. Your always right kami.
But dosent matter anyway because you wont fly a North. They said bad things about another type of kite. But if they send you one to demo........
Oh thanks! I learned something ... light wind kites AREN'T for light wind, they're for regular wind to go big with ... say, why not save $1,000 and just buy a normal kite?snobdr wrote:Oh!!! Thats why they make them. So guys like you can mow the lawn in 4 to 7. Not for people who want to go big in maybe 8 to 12. Or guys that want to throw down in up to 15.
*heat up the grill*Pump me up wrote:Ken Winner, one of the most respected kite designers, has slammed ram airs:
Big performance jump in the sky said by rider earlier used Edges? And he feels sorry for the inflato guys. Brilliant marketing!Johnny Heineken http://flyozone.com/kitesurf/en/news/headlines/23782 wrote: This event marked a big shift for the foil fleet as the big performance jump was not under the water but in the sky. Nearly everyone showed up with parafoil kites (gotta love not touching a pump all week), and those who didn’t wish they had! The wind on the lake seemed to cycle from 8-15 knots and my 15m Chrono was the perfect kite to cover this range. In the puffs the thing locks in and shoots forward without dragging me sideways, but it has the grunt to get me through the lulls also. And downwind…well…I passed a few people
I’m excited to head home to San Francisco and get more time on my new 9m Chrono in preparation for what is likely to be a windier final tour stop
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