Skateboard on pavement would be fun I'm sure. On a paddleboard it is challenging...as soon as you try to climb on the board, it will quickly float downwind as fast as the wind -- and unless you can keep tension on the lines, the kite will then crash. Way harder than it looks. Benefit of a twintip is you are in the water, anchoring against the wind's pull, to give resistance.Rybuffett wrote:I was thinking about getting a kite to help the girlfriend train, but hoping I could also use it with a skateboard on pavement and to cruise around on a paddleboard slowly. I was thinking of a 3-5m SLE type kite. Thoughts on which size would be better of other suggestions?
Check this --edt--edt wrote:what is that a dirtsurfer? Looks awesome, thanks a lot now I have another board I need to go buy.
Bille wrote: Yea -- it's a dirtsurfer.
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