The switchblade & FX are their big air / airstyle kites
I own a quiver of Switchblades and a quiver of AV8's and have flown a friend's FX. I much prefer the AV8 for hang-time / airstyle twin-tip riding. You just can't compare the hang-time of the Switchblade or FX to the AV8.
I was wondering the same. Just a new colour way? Might stick to my 2020's for another year so.
I couldn't wait for cabrinha to come with a one strut kite, so I jumped on a pair of Naish Boxers (8m2 and 11m2) to accomplis my Cabrinha Drifters (4.5, 5.5 and 7m2). One strut kites seems nice for foiling (and a bit if light wind with surf board). I guess 3 strut wave kites could be as fine for foiling, but the one strut kites may stay in the air a little longer - even though I still get nervous when I do light wind foiling..HugoMC wrote: ↑Wed Feb 17, 2021 5:06 pmI was wondering the same. Just a new colour way? Might stick to my 2020's for another year so.
I'd be interested to try the new contra single strut but they seem to be making a lot of hype about a single strut. Pretty much every other brand has one in the line up
I fully agree. Weight would be great to know.WindJunkieFL wrote: CrazyFly publishes the weight of their kite models by size. It would be nice if Cabrinha (and all kite brands) published the same statistics.
Sure, there are some nice pictures. But no details (except for sizes).
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