In very small sizes design finesse of Soul would be mostly in vain because all small kites are fast, even too fast. And who would buy a very expensive 2,5m or 5m kite?elguapo wrote: ↑Sun Nov 03, 2019 2:32 pmmake it happen flysurfer!
i fly a soul in 6m and 10m..
...and peak4 in 3m and 5m.
souls and peak4s flying completely differently... personally, i'd be interested in a couple sizes under 6m (like...2.5m and 5m)
those imo, would be the perfect foilsurfing kites.
(sufficient drift...but enough grunt to pull you out when you need it. oh, and the soul's re-launchability would be highly appreciated around breaking waves)
Has that happened to you? I loaned my Soul to an experienced kiter / friend once and within 2mins he tomahawked into the water at full force in pretty high winds, massive bang but thankfully all good.Ice101 wrote: ↑Mon Nov 11, 2019 11:04 pmAs it is marketed as a freeride/freestyle foil Make it stronger and less prone to cells blowing on a leading edge tap down. Then it would be perfect and allow you to push yourself and progress in that marketed field. The design is amazing as it is it’s just the materials that need strengthening somehow. Maybe thin strips of material down the seams on the inside that won’t allow the stitching to tear out. Maybe something like aluula or a flysurfer equivalent.
Oh and an 11m size to go with the 9m would be great.
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