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new mens t shirt405 viewsfront of the shirt says" Another Sick Day"

back of shirt says" Dont tell the boss you saw me

side says "kiteboarding culture"
Apr 30, 2006
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new kite house t shirts552 viewsfront of the shirt says" Another Sick Day"

back of shirt says" Dont tell the boss you saw me

side says "kiteboarding culture"
Apr 30, 2006
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148 and 158414 viewsfor my wieght, i can get the same out of the 148, unless its under 10mph, then i need the 158........but at that point i should be spear fishing!
158 is great light wind board and for 170+lbs
Apr 30, 2006
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148380 viewsSmooth rocker line with flex and very very light, way better upwind and light wind board than lite wave boards and anything else on the market.Apr 30, 2006
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148 flex in tips402 viewsThes boards are so great, i have been waiting for this, so light, flex in the tips, great pop, i used to ride light waves alot, these blow them all away, and will travel easy as wellApr 30, 2006
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self land no one around1130 viewskite hooked up to bagApr 30, 2006
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self land no one around1185 viewsyou have flown the kite to edge of the window, brought kite down, and let it settle, now you are holding the kite by the chicken loop and conect to you bag

i know people we also use this for self launch some times, its ok but there is a lot of tension on the chicken loop when you go to unhook it, so becarefull not to let go!!!!!! conect you leash first
Apr 30, 2006
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self land no one around1076 viewsafter the kite is down and you are walking to the kite, if you want to stop the kite even quicker you can do so by pulling on one center line to land the kite[make surte you are clear of lines and your harness doesnt grab a line by mistake]Apr 30, 2006
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self land no one around1007 viewsno that you no you are clear, you need to grab a center lineApr 30, 2006
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self land no one around967 viewsafter the hard tug on the center line closest to you the kite stays downApr 30, 2006
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self land no one around856 viewsit is better to put sand in before you go out, i have done it with the kite up on a day where everyone left, but was not as easy, so dont be lazy if you think you will need this.Apr 30, 2006
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self land no one around890 viewsthis bag is filled half way with sand, it wieghts about 60 lbs, and works for me up to 17 mph, once above that speed i found i needed more. remember, this is designed for the advanced rider, who comes in and know one is there to help them land.Apr 30, 2006
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self land no one around861 viewsi conect to the heavy strap on the kite bag so i know it wont tear outApr 30, 2006
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self land no one around863 viewskite will move up and down, i have even had it lift up and down off the ground.This is not a kite anchor which you leave you kite like this for a long time, you hook up and get to your kite, gust and other factors say the longer you take the more risk you haveApr 30, 2006
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self land no one around806 viewskite hooked to bag of sand, in heavy winds more sand can be used in the bag, you can also pile some up infront of bag to secureApr 30, 2006
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self launch tight spot809 viewsrider launchs kite and depwoers, doesnt use alot of spaceApr 30, 2006
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self launch in tight spot652 viewskite comes around as rider steps fowardApr 30, 2006
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self launch tight spot607 viewskite rolls and folds becuase sand holds in placeApr 30, 2006
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self launch tight spot605 viewsApr 30, 2006
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self launch891 viewsback view of kite rolling as the rider steps fowardApr 30, 2006
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