So most of the final bridles on flysurfers are made from Liros DC100 which is about 100kg breaking force. They are usually split in to 2 but sometimes 3 at the tip. The bridles at the tip are more clustered close together. With this thing you could catch anywhere from 2 to say 9 bridles, that is 200 to 900kg of hold strength. The attachments are also very strong than the rest of the kite. Then as well flysurfer has fuse links called LCLs. These are designed to break well before the bridle or attachment, though the pink ones as used on the Soul are not the best at this. Anyway the force you require to hold a kite flagged like this is at most 5-10kg in the highest wind. There is no way you could hold the fabric with 100kg let alone 200kg and it would likely rip if you tried and certainly get damaged.LONG wrote: The bridle lines don't thank....Specially in strong winds..
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