So you said that you want to combine big air and waving? At the same time?
There are still kites that I fly occasionally that I can't make jump. But others do fine with them. More experience on those unfamiliar kites will help you understand the timing unique to each design. Don't discount a kite (or board) just because it does not feel good on the first day you ride it.
Hi,Exal wrote: ↑Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:06 amHi Jeroen! I am not an experienced kiter but I talked to a lot of riders, shops and watched a lot of kiting since I started the sport last year. What you should be focussing on is your riding style in my opinion. If you need a kite that drifts really nicely, meaning you have a smaller kite and want to surf the waves mainly and not get pulled to much, then a Neo might be a great addition. If you don't need that I can't see why the evo wouldn't be perfect! I ride the 2018 Neo but only did a couple downwinders so far and am still learning wave riding. I am getting a 12m Evo this weekend and will be in the netherlands
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