I'm 6'3" and my weight has been oscillating around 200lbs -10/+20 over the last 2 decades... Got into kiting back when 135 was considered a big board for my weight, rode a 127 as a "nicely-lit" board for the first few season (in retrospect - it was a sweet ride). All that to say - 144 feels short? Come on!glfmkg wrote: ↑Fri May 28, 2021 9:50 pm
Thank you. I'm 6'5" so a 144 feels very short to me and I can hold a lot of power on my Mako as well, however I agree with you that it is not just the kite and the board I need to get better, however I was looking for a kite that would make that process easier. The ultra can hold some much power before it bends and I can see the kite working hard to lift me as the tips cave in like crazy when I get my 220lb plus full cold water gear in the air
In your opinion I should stick to the Ultra and keep getting better at it?
100% agree on this, I have owned 2017 rebels and my current quiver is 2020 hypers, but also have tried the 12m and 10m xr, the 12m reach, 9m orbit and the alula flite. The hyper delivering the strongest pull from the bunch and better hangtime, I had my doubts when I first bought crazyfly kite, but after all you get top notch equipment for the price, the only thing I didn't like was the bar so that's why I used the ss sentry
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