that is the way to go ! They also perform very well for kitesurfing in light wind or in the waves.
How on tube kite you can sail in if there is *zero* wind ("I mean go to zero" by your words)?edt wrote: ↑Sun Mar 08, 2020 1:20 amAlso sometimes the wind will completely die I mean go to zero. So on a tube kite you sail it in, on a foil kite you need to roll it up in the water, put it on top of your board and swim in. If you snap a line again you are swimming in. I don't mind swimming and have done probably a dozen swims with the foil kite but what if the water is 32F? When the water is that cold I'll ride my tube kite. Also what if you are foiling in waves? Then it's also nice sometimes to have a tube kite because if a wave eats a foil kite it takes forever to get the water out.
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