Regis-de-giens wrote: ↑Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:24 amI love my old-80's integral ski suit for snowkiting, which limits the number of layer superposed under the harness, like this one:
I also prefer seat harness ( light if possible).
Skis depending on snow quality ; mine are 98 cm wide but for hard snow narrower ski will fit ; generally speaking I often say that " every thing works in snowkiting" ; To ease transitions in deep powder i would recommend a smaller length than for standard freeriding, say between your heights and -15 cm, like official slopes of ski resorts.
Bindings depending on you site access : if you do not need to climb hills, standard bindings are perfect.
When I ride far away from my starting point and with hills, I take telescopic sticks and hiking skins in my back pack in case of wind drop.
Regarding kite size, one smaller size compared to TT riding is generally the good choice.
Thats an amazing resource. Thank you!!Hardwater Kiter wrote: ↑Tue Mar 14, 2017 2:23 amAll we do is snow kite.
Here's a link to our recommended gear page. It has a good amount of the basic stuff that we use and sell for snow kiting. To make things easy a few key bits of gear help...
http://www.hardwaterkiter.com/recommend ... pment.html
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