Agreed with this list. Duotone Evo SLS would be my pick. Another option, my kiteboarding instructor friend chose the Duotone Neo SLS to teach absolute beginners due to it being slightly easier at relaunching.SMJ wrote: ↑Fri Dec 03, 2021 4:12 amJust about every brand has an all-around / freeride kite in their lineup. These kites are the easiest to learn on and progress your first couple years. They are typically stable in the sky, re-launch fairly easily, and can do most kiting disciplines well.
Here are some examples:
Ocean Rodeo Roam
As a beginner struggling in the beginning for a long time - can just say that my problems were:
I was thinking the same?
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