Yep there is a reason you dont see hundreds of them at the beach. You pay for what ypu get. Youwould be bbetter of with a second hand speed 3joriws wrote:What I've read reports of Pansh kites - don't bother.
The new C2 version of this C1 17m Cloud LEI is just out - weighs 2.74 kg.mattthieu wrote:hey, thanks for the answers !
actually, i'm riding pansh auroras right now as my winter kites and find them great
the 12m is a hell of a kite, fast, light bar pressure, turn on itselfs if needed, jumps verry hight and floats well, with nice depower. as for the build, i was thinking cheap looking but, have them since 2 years, and, NOthing has wear nothing was broke, still like new aspect, zippers still holding.....
on the snow i'm usually out there when others are on 15 and 17m inflates and can stay there until they get the 10 12m.
i'm owning a 15m also, and, it is way slower but it alowes me to ride when there is quite no breze on the snow ( if it can get into the air i can ride ).
i fucking made 5 fifth in a race last year in the coupe du quebec, close behind a elf ( more or less 12m ) 2 speeds 15m, one north 12m inflate and me with the 12m aurora. all riders before me lots of experience.....
auroras are not bad kites, they are hight aspects, they are not plug and play, but once tuned they are cool..... of course, not as achievec as speeds, BUT, price 700 shiping, taxes in for 19m, versus 3000 plus tx plus shiping for speed 3 ( not even the 4 ). it rides VERY good..
Just want to consider what's alos out there ?
maybe a new super light inflate ? spleen x ? peter lyns ?
why on earth are inflates so wide branded and foils just limited to one compagnie. ???
SO, ideas anyone ?
The C2 is listed on the website as being available from March/April.mattthieu wrote:interesting option to consider.
probably impossible to relaunch in the waves but, so are foils.......
only concern : 1500 dollars.........kite only
but really, could be cool to try ! someone in canada has one ?
Few reviews have said there okjoriws wrote:What I've read reports of Pansh kites - don't bother.
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