Kitesurfing has got a really different meaning for some
Hi there, I have a 2020 zephyr and at 220lb I can get out and ride upwind using a door style board at about 11/12 knots - The best thing about this kite is the wind range really! I can hold this kite up to 20 knots and, at that wind strength get, some pretty high jumps. I can start jumping in 12 knots about 3 meters or so, and if the wind increases the jumps height also increases. It is a pretty lofty kite, so keeps you in the air for a long time and it can fly with very little wind. It is a 5 strut kite and I'm always amazed and how this kite stays in the air! Without knowing the size of your board it is hard to say the minimum range, but I can guess that you should be able to ride upwind with 10knots on a TT that is not super small. I think the depower on this kite is amazing! I know that many times I should use my 14m but I stay with the Zephyr as it can handle the wind so well!Xtream wrote: ↑Wed May 26, 2021 4:53 pmAny current users of these kites can comment on their performance in light wind 12-15 Mph on TT
Looking at 2018 to 2020 kites.
Whats the minimum wind need to stay in the air.
Minimum wind to ride upwind on TT @ 175lbs
How does it jump in 12-15mph winds
What the top end.
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