for the first time in years yesterday I witnessed a kite invert in very gusty conditions, and for a while it spun wildly out of control, after a few hundred yards it flipped back to normal but I could see a few reasons why it might have inverted,caps wrote: ↑Wed Aug 01, 2018 4:29 amI was wondering if all kited invert equally. I’m planning on getting some smaller kites to teach my daughter and was wondering if there’s a certain style/brand/whatever that gets inverted more or less. I learned on rallys and did it regularly. Now as I got better, it never happened. ...until I took up foiling and started to slack my lines again. Are Wave kites better able to drift back and avoid the nose dive/kite roll? Thoughts?
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