Windbreaker, I have 2008 nemesis 6, 9, 12, and 14m kites that I still fly. Replaced Valles in 6 and 12, but other than that they are still pretty crispy. My kiting in the summer is pretty limited due to where I live, but snow kite a lot in winter. Didn't answer your original question, but what bar d...
My son in law lived there for several years and they kite on the turnigan arm. He lives in Fairbanks now. Pretty tough place to kite. Wetsuit/drysuit, big tides, silty water. There is a big kite community there.
My son in law used to live there and they kite on the turnigan arm. He is now in Fairbanks. Pretty tough place to kite. Wetsuit/drysuit, big tides, and silty water. That being said, there is a pretty big community there.
I have 2008 nemesis kites still in great shape. Would a newer OR bar work with them. The best bar is a low y. I looked at the compatibility chart posted on this forum awhile back and best sites weren't listed.
I will be leaving as you are arriving. I am 180 and am brining 6,9, and 12 with 150 mako tt. Might bring directional, but not sure I want to pay oversize fee. Go to mauiwindcam. They have a cam of kanaha beach. Fun to check out.
Even if the wind is flat, surfing and SUP are great.
I have been riding the Mako 150 for years. Bought an OR Duke last year and still trying to get dialed in on that. The duke is a great ride, goes up wind with no effort, flattens chop, and surfs great. The 150 is still the go to board