I take it youve never stood on the beach or kited in 30knots with an old 12m Naish C kite that has a short throw depower bar (if you could call it that) which nearly lifts you into the air at a stand still... Do you have to have an Edge to Understand minimal depower and dragging your ass down to the water so the "board" can do it for you... what was your point again - ohhhh, basic kite skills that only edge riders have...
All these amazing new things the NEW Edge does... I'll be darned.
Now just to make your day more exciting.. since your on the topic of bullshitPlease explain to me why - on your Australian and other forums recently, with your 10+ years of kiteboarding experience... that your posting for advice on how to jump properly ?
There are Posts from Edge and Screamer riders that have offered you to join them in "big air" sessions ... only to find that you dont know how to go big, said it will take a few years to get to that level (how many years does it take) or simply didnt show up.Your keen to write long winded fairy tale reviews on "Big Air kites" - that your obviously not qualified to write as you dont have the skill to make fair comment on 'both' - positive or negative and a lot of "your" comments are actually those of someone else!!!Thats called Bullshitting in my books - and very misleading to your Ozone friends and anyone else on those forums curious on the comparison !
You were right about the 7m Screamer, I posted that too ... from Experience
The Catalyst would be good for you - understandably
The Epic Screamers were designed for Intermediate & Advanced riders ONLY.Colmen
yor mi splleing herow - how bout a kiss
If anyone wants to hook up for a big air session whatever you ride - just send me a message