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Ocean rodeo 14m razor

Postby Do-it » Sat Nov 23, 2019 7:10 pm

I’ve trimmed up quite a bit. 140lbs. My light wind kite is a 17m Flite and is really now to big for me. I noticed ocean rodeo now has a 14m razor. Is this a viable light wind option comparable to the 14.5 flight?. Can someone provide feedback with wind range and turn speed?

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Re: Ocean rodeo 14m razor

Postby Do-it » Sat Nov 30, 2019 4:22 am

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Re: Ocean rodeo 14m razor

Postby droffats » Sat Nov 30, 2019 5:04 am

It's not really a light wind kite comparable to the Flite. It is faster turning but the wind range is smaller. It's better for pop and slack handlepassing. It can be really good for learning wakestyle and freestyle tricks when the wind isn't so strong that the consequences are severe if the trick is missed.

Just my two cents. Maybe someone with more time on it can say more.

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Re: Ocean rodeo 14m razor

Postby Do-it » Sun Dec 01, 2019 2:20 am

Actually, I spoke with someone from or and they told me Flite turns quicker than razor at the 14m sizes. I will probably just go with 12m and bigger board for light wind and just work the kite more to make up for the smaller size.


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