Erlend M B wrote:Nice slow stylish rotations flybykite. How was Mui Ne? Do you think it is a nice place to bring the wife and small kids?
I would't call this style, but here is one of me on a 15m kite. I like the backy-mount, but an entire video with it gets kind if boring. Sorry for that, I was alone .
I agree with you, they are great cable boots. For kiting, I have switched back to my old 2009 ronix cells for the summer, maybe I will switch back to the systems when the water gets colder. I think the bindings is more difficult to put on than normal boots. But someone said that by leaving the toe strap half fastened, they are easier to put on.elliott george wrote:
That was some sick riding there erland. I couldn't help noticing you were riding system bindings.
I've tried them at the cable, and I really liked them. But how do they work for kitesurfing? Also what boot where you using and would you say there easier or harder to get on than regular bindings?
I doubt I'll get some anytime soon as there £350 quid for boot and system but what top end boot isn't 300+ these days. But I'm qurious. Cheers.
I got money for Another 6'er of that Golden Monkey ----SupaEZ wrote:I liked it...
It is a sweet move indeed..i really like all toeside moves either take-offs or landings on strap surf
I have no video but i like to send a small kiteloop into it...clean landing no twist in lines
Great .......so you do the backroll on surfboard from heelside and also from toeside with downloop ?flybykite wrote: @ SupaEZ
I do have a Naish Global in Mui Ne I like to ride and I also like the toeside rolls with it. I have done the downloop with backroll. Great feeling and not so much pull as if you kitelooped it.
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