Thank God it is not snowing here in the GRENADINES during our Epic photo shoot for the 4G products. All I can say is that this place is simply amazing and the people are incredible. Ok time to go kiting again. (More pictures and videos can be seen on my FACEBOOK at: Dimitri Maramenides or Epickiteboarding).
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Our EPIC photo shoot using a plane.jpeg (54.56 KiB) Viewed 1242 times
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Testing the hight end of the INFINITY v3 in 14 to 18 knots while every body where on 12 and 14.jpeg (41.51 KiB) Viewed 1242 times
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hmmmm. all black kite... yellow trim. Could that be the Screamer LTD? Can't wait to find out.
For those that have not yet tried the 3G Screamer 10 LTD, it's an amazing machine. I got out on it for a few hours snow kiting in some pretty deep powder. Here are my thoughts. For deep, moist snow, you need a lot of horsepower, but if you're holding on to a big kite, it is pretty demanding on the body. You get tired quick. I rigged the Screamer 10 when the wind picked up and had a super fun time. Compared to the first version of this kite, there have been some very significant updates. It is very stable and not twitchy at all. The first version required a lot of attention, where the 3G is a set it and forget it kite mostly. Really light on the hands, no muscle fatigue on the arms from pulling the bar in. It sits nicely in the window where upwind drive is unreal and absolutely effortless. The things that you all liked about the first version are still there.... easy relaunch, big big jumps, nice float. I literally can't find anything I'd change about the kite. And being a 10... for a one kite quiver, this would be an ideal choice. If you can, test drive one. You won't regret it.