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  1. Pari

    Flysurfer Soul 12M Review

    I’m having a love affair- with my kite! I love Kitesurfing, but these days I want to go out for a session just so I can get on the Soul. I’ve been flying my Flysurfer Soul 12m since February 2019, getting lots of sessions on it and I have to say, I’m in love. Previous kites were always a nice piece of kit to get me on the water, I never really thought much about them once I was out there having fun and maybe that’s a good thing too. But when I’m out on the Soul I find myself looking up at it and saying “I love this kite “ or “ I f—-king love this kite” usually with a very big grin on my face. You get the picture! I love the Soul so much that I sold my Leading Edge Inflatable (or LEI). This review isn’t one of those technical accounts about flying characteristics etc, but rather an emotional one, anecdotal. It’s also aimed more at those who are curious about foil kites (I know most of you EK guys and gals are already dedicated foil kite flyers, so preaching to the choir...much), are thinking about buying a foil or are considering swapping over from a LEI to a foil. I landboard as well as Kitesurf and started flying the Speed 3s on land a few years ago, first one borrowed from a friend, then I bought my own used Speed 3 12m deluxe (awesome kite by the way). And as I work late and don’t get home till the sun is low, I started using my Speed to get those very quick sessions on the water when I had maybe a half hour, 45 minutes before dusk. The beauty about the using the Speed 3 was that that time of the day the wind often dies down, becoming light to the point that with my 11m Pivot I would probably say it’s not worth the 10 to 15 minutes to set it up just to have a mediocre 20 minutes out. But with the Speed 12m my attitude was ‘it only takes 5 minutes to be in the water so why not’, and often it was the right choice, had a great session and popped a few jumps to boot. Now the Soul has come into my life this is more so the case. The amount of sessions I get in that I would otherwise not have had on an 11, 12 or even 15 tube kite is ridiculous. It’s not just the convenience of quick setup but it’s knowing that the session is probably going to be worth it. I’m often the only one on the water at my local beach, or like today I’ll see the other kites go up for a while then give up because there’s not enough wind and I’m still out there having a blast. Another example- I’m at Shearwater on the Gold Coast and like a bunch of other kiters, I'm waiting for the weather to make up its mind. Then the wind eventually picks up enough for me and a guy on a 15m to put our kites up and go out, ( I’m first on the water of course, he has to blow up this enormous kite and lay out his lines etc). I’m jumping, staying up wind, practicing my back rolls (of which I’m still crap, but only started to feel confident to even try them because of the Soul, but that’s another story- I digress!), meanwhile the 15m is just about holding ground. A little while later there’s enough wind for the foil boarders to come out on their tubes kites, it was me on the Soul and the foilers way up wind. When the wind died off and the tubes started falling out of the sky I just came in from a satisfying session. Which brings me to the subject of relaunching a Flysurfer kite from the water. Now I know that I’ve been using LEI’s on the water a lot longer than foils so the odds are not fair, but I’ve never had any issues getting my Speed 3 and especially the Soul off the water. On the other hand, I have had many a time when my tube kite would not relaunch because it had deflated, inverted or just got twisted up and if the wind drops off it can be a no go. The Soul just wants to go up, to the point I usually don’t need to do much, which is what happened a few days ago. The kite went down after a messed up a back roll (again), quite near the shore line and waves so I was a little concerned. But by the time I got my bearings the kite was already flying back into the air, I hadn’t done anything. One session at Sherawater, I was messing around doing my back rolls, F--ked it up (yet again), dropped the kite into the water. Once upon a time I use to get nervous when this would happen when I first started to use the Speed on the water, but I have come to trust my Flysurfers to relaunch to the point that this particular time I just calmly lay back in the water and waited. I wasn’t in any hurry, I was just wanted to see if it would sort itself out. Well this time it wasn’t going to, it was on it’s leading edge and ‘fortune cookied’ (the wingtips where facing into the middle of the kite) so I thought I should probably do something. A few wiggles of the lines to straighten it out, pull on the back lines to back stall it into the air, let go of one line to flip it round and up it goes, no problem. The wind was getting light so I went in. On shore one of the other kiter says ‘you where (the Kite) in the water for quite a while’ (hinting at me being in trouble) to which I replied ‘I wasn’t’t worried, I was just waiting to see if it would ‘do it’s thing’. I guess most LEI kiters still believe foils kite are not as good as LEI’s to relaunch- I disagree, they are way better. Maybe one day I’ll get caught out and have to eat my words. I haven’t done a self rescue with a foil either so that’ll be interesting to see how that goes. One thing I particularly love about the Soul is how easy it is to fly and especially the jumps. Once you get use to the timing, it is a real pleasure. The feed back through the bar is great, which makes redirecting great big floaty jumps to those soft landings really easy- good for my arthritic knees. With the extra time you have in the air, that slowed down time gives me the confidence to try and learn back rolls, something I’ve never really felt I could do successfully before. Am still crap at them but am getting better. Another great reason I bought the Soul was because I wanted a one kite quiver that I could take traveling with me. I was heading to the UK and hoped to get some time on the water but also for future kiting holidays. It really held up for that purpose. The wind range on this kite is insane. The low end is like using a 15m or even 17m and I’ve been out in 25 knots and just starting to feel over powered but still having a good time. So the UK trip was a great testing ground and I got to experience calm low wind days when 12m LEI’s were coming in and me and a foil boarder on an 11m were the only ones out, to stormy gusty conditions where popping of waves and getting insane lift with the guys riding 9m LEIs was on the menu. I packed a 110 litre wheelie bag, which had my kite, harness, 5mm booties, 3:2 boiler wetsuit, my GoPro and line mount, and all my other personal stuff like clothes, electricals, wash bag etc. With a separate twin tip board bag it made 19kg booked in luggage and my small cabin back pack. So what are the down sides. - Well landing can be tricky. The backstall works fine to get it to the ground, but from there if it’s really powered up it can be a mission to keep it down. I had a session at Wellington, 25 knots plus and no one to catch it and land it for me. But it was all good. I just steered it to the edge of the window, steered it low and in front of me and pulled the chicken loop so it flagged out. Once I got to the kite via the safety line I had a little bit of sorting the bridle out but packed it away all ready to kite next time with no issues. So you do find ways to land it safely by your self. One thing I often use is a big yellow plastic tent peg I bought from Bunnings and keep in my kite bag. I backstall the kite, push the tent peg into hard packed sand, angled away from the kite for extra staying power, and loop the steering lines around the hook of the peg. Then it’s a quick run to the kite in case it rips the peg out, which if that does ever happen I just grab the nearest line and pull it in. This works pretty good most of the time. - I didn’t like the light bag it came with, and ended up buying a Speed bag from the Flysurfer website. Flysurfer are now including the Universal Kite Bag with the Soul. I would like to see something in between the Light bag and the old Speed bag, as the none catch zip is really good and the simplicity of the bag is also good. But the lack of a shoulder strap or some sort of storage makes it a real pain when transporting your kit from the car to the beach. I did a mod on my Light bag by using the webbing strap and shoulder pad off an old cool box. I picked open a little of the seams of the bag top and bottom and stitched the webbing in to make a shoulder strap. Works a charm as a light weight travel bag to put in with my luggage. But also when you’re walking to the beach with you kite board, harness, a bottle of water, the last thing you need to carry as well should be your kite. So Flysurfer take note, PUT A STRAP ON YOU LIGHT BAG and maybe a large pocket for other stuff like your keys, water bottle, rash vest etc. - People freak out about the bridles of foils, so I’ve heard at least. Yes they can get tangled, yes they get caught on stuff like twigs and plants, and yes it’s a pain. But that’s part of owning a foil and it does get less scary once you’ve get use to them. I found when the kite is new and the bridle and lines are stiff they get looped into themselves a lot more than when they have been used a while and get more floppy. When I’m setting up now usually all I have to do once the kite is laid out is lift the line and give them a bit of a shake to sort the bridles. If you can set up and land your kite away from debris it’ll make life easier too. - Most complaints about foils are the slower turning speeds. I like to freeride and for this the kite works great. Remember you are are effectively flying a kite with the power of a 15m LEI, which would also not turn as quick as a 12m/11m LEI. But if you need a fast nibble kite for say, waves then maybe get a Pivot or similar. The play off between fun, quick set up, speed, up wind ability, light wind use, massive wind range, huge hang time with soft landings against a quicker turning kite to me is a no brainer. I really can’t think of anything else that bothers me about this Kite and I can’t recommend it enough. One other huge advantage about it that I almost forgot to mention is the lack of bladders. I spent a load of money on repairs the previous couple of years before I switched to foils full time. Leaks and canopy repairs coasting hundreds of dollars. You may spend $3000 for a Soul but it’ll last years without the issue of deteriorating bladders and valves, will hold it’s resale value better than a LEI and probably won’t need any expensive repairs unless you are unlucky, because the canopy isn’t under the same kind of stresses that a rigid tube kite is under. (Amendment here: I recently got out on my 9m Naish Ride . I liked throwing it around, a quick little kite. But I realised why I love riding the Soul. I found the feeling of how the Naish flew very, for want of a better word, lumpy, were with the Soul it’s just so smooth. It was a bit of a gusty day but not that bad. The kite felt really rough through the bar, jerky, pulling all the time, just horrible. The thing is, I used to enjoy flying it before, never had and issue with how it flew but I’ve grown accustomed to that lovely ‘luxury’ characteristic of the Soul, like driving a Rolls Royce then getting into an old Ford. Another thing that kept annoying me was staying up wind. When I switched direction I kept expecting to just go up wind, but i had to work at it. Then I did a successful back roll and was so stoked I tried another one and ballsed it up yet again, doh, crashed the kite. When I launched it back up into the air the canopy ripped from leading edge to trailing edge. That’s it; I’m done with tube kites!) For me the Soul is a superior kite to anything I’ve every owned before and there’s no going back unless the designers of LEI’s come up with miraculous updates like self inflation, light as a feather, perfect bar pressure, materials and build that last, insane lift and float and the feeling of joy every time I ride it… Oh I love my Soul!
  2. Flysurfer have released a new(?) control bar. The Force control bar. Heres some pics. What are people’s thoughts? Complete package Quick Release 4.0 Different colours? Short safety leash and replaceable chicken loop. Rumour is that Flysurfer are releasing an all new “Click” bar next session 😂
  3. .Joel

    Chasta's Flow

    Its been a while since seeing a Chasta snow kite video!
  4. Strapless... this is pretty bloody good riding!
  5. Hi folks, Flysurfer Speed 3, 15m for sale. Kite and lines in excellent condition. Meticulously looked after. Can use this versatile light wind beast on water, snow, land. Closed cell foil. Selling because I have too many kites and something has to give! Comes with Bar & Lines + Leash + bag + spares/repairs. Located in Melbourne. Will courier Australia-wide. PM me if you have any questions about flying this beauty! $999
  6. bakersdozen

    Snow Time Sale - Kites - Ozone & PL

    Making some room for the kites that I don't use. Ozone Frenzy FYX 11m - immaculate condition, still soft and crispy $500 Complete RTF with bar, lines (still super waxy), bag (hasn't been used), spares kit and leash. Hasn't seen a lot of use. PL Arcs. F-ARC 1200 and S-ARC 840 with bags, spars, Cabrinha bar and lines. $250 (for both kites and bar/lines) F-ARC is new and S-ARC has been around the traps for a while. Happy to post a buyers expense. Price and shipping negotiable. Please let me know if you have any questions.
  7. .Joel

    Flysurfer Boost3 Kite

    Flysurfer Boost3 info coming next week! Watch this space
  8. Kamikuza

    SOLD : Flysurfer Sonic2 15m

    Small professional repair on the LE, otherwise immaculate. Includes bar (little rough, as are the floats) and new lines (incl. 6m extensions). $1,500 incl. shipping. Also ex-Specialist Kiteboarding kite...
  9. Kamikuza

    SOLD: Flysurfer Sonic-FR 18 SOLD

    Hardly used. No rips or repairs. Bridle is brand new (funny story) and I got new bar and lines (including 6m extensions) when I bought it from Specialist Kiteboarding in Oz. $1,800 incl. shipping.
  10. .Joel

    Flysurfer Soul

    New Freeride foil kite from Flysurfer called the Soul. Flysurfer continue to make some stunning looking kites, the Soul is available in 6M, 8M, 10M, 12M, 15M, 18M and 21M. It's a bit more nimble than a Speed 5 and offers easier single line relaunch so you can relaunch the foil just like an LEI off the water by simply pulling a single steering line. More Info: https://flysurfer.com/project/soul/ Video of the Flysurfer Soul
  11. Mfwetu

    Flysurfer Soul

    Look out for info on Flysurfer's web site tomorrow for info on their new closed cell foil, the "Soul". Teaser clip on YouTube:
  12. .Joel

    Flysurfer Sonic-FR 6.0M

    Flysurfer Sonic-FR 6.0M $800 Kite is overall in really good condition, a few marks just on the wingtips from launching. Pickup from Richmond, Victoria or post at buyer's expense.
  13. SoutherlyBuster

    Round Hill Snowkiting NZ

    It has been an interesting journey to Zac and my first snow kiting session. It all started with those far and few in-between posts from around the global of snow kiting and me thinking I’d like to do that. Back in Oz, it was some thing like a six hour drive just to get there, and to start with apart from the kites we did not have the gear. So lot’s of questions to those on the EK that might know thing about Snow kiting (thanks @clive and @goshen), slowly the picture came together. Then came the big move from Australia to New Zealand - South Island - Christchurch, snow kiting would finally become a reality. First step was to pick whether we were to ski or snow board, since we already have experience on landboards, surfboards and skate boards, it was a natural choice … hm at the time … to pick snow boards. We now have 1.75 years experience behind us snow boarding on the steep slopes of New Zealand, just gravity runs. In the mean time I was scouring over reports/stories of snow kiting in New Zealand, to pick suitable places to go and were reasonably close to where we live, and what dangers to look out for. @outlaw gave us some great tips. More scanning on-line topographic maps. We don’t have any avalanche training, and from reading on the subject, unless you are trained, on off piste trails keep below 30degree inclines. More scanning of topographic maps. Then there was the question of at what altitude does the snow begin, rather a challenge here in New Zealand as most of the mountains with snow on them are really steep. So more keeping an eye on weather maps for snow falls and wind. Finally the planets aligned, our favourite down hill snowboarding field, Mt Hutt was forecast to be shut (aka Mt Shutt) due to high winds, with the weather forecasts indicating strong to gale conditions. So were we going to bite off more than we could chew? More scanning of the weather maps, must say https://www.windy.com proved to be very useful, thanks @plummet. So it was either a 1.5 hr drive Mt Somer with a 400 metre hike to where the snow might begin and 30 knot winds forecast or a 3hr drive to Round Hill in the south where 15 knot winds were forecast with a hop skip and jump from our car to the kite launch spot. Round Hill has some nice low slope inclines before the steep 30 degree inclines begin, but would the snow line be low enough? Found some web cams at the village next to Lake Tekapo, bonzi — looks like the snow line would be low enough and we had two potential sites around the lake, Round Hill and Mt Joseph. Round Hill was it then. It also had a ski field, so if the wind would not play ball we could hit the ski field. It was going to be an early morning start, waking up at 5am, no different to our usual weekends to Mt Hutt. Great road trip Round Hill, we arrived at 0900 and we were greeted with plenty of snow with not too steep slopes. The wind was very light but with occasional gusts, and the angry clouds building up North West of us, where the 100 to 120 km winds at Mt Hutt were blowing. Cut a long story short, we made a few trips up and down the hill from the car to the kite launching spot to get it right with kite sizes. Here is a video of our kiting session, sorry no fancy go pro videos, just stills and movies from our mobile phones. By 1530 we were both totally knackered, called it a day and drove back home. Was a great day out, looking forward to the next session. Regards, Norman and Zac.
  14. SoutherlyBuster

    FlySurfer Bridle lengths

    Repair time for my FlySurfer kites. The pulley lines have busted on one kite, pulley lines on others are on their way out and one none pulley bridle busted needing replacement. FlySurfer offer a line service but are expensive, so time to consider alternatives to make my own. FlySurfer does publish the line plans giving both the lengths of the finished product and the length before the loops have been made. So off I go and measure some of the bridles and they are quite different to the published data, sure I understand the lines shrink over the years as dirt gets in, but did not expect them to be so different. For instance the st1 bridle which directly attaches to the canopy at the wing tip, one attachment point foreward from the trailing edge: as measured 55cm, FlySurfer published 60 cm, that is 5cm shrinkage or 8% shrinkage. Spot checked other bridle lines, say the red ones getting similar figures. It is almost as if the dimensions are for a differnent kite. Any one else measured their FlySurfer bridles and compared to published data from FlySurfer? I know if any one bridle is to be replaced they must be done in pairs of left hand side plus right hand side. regards, Norman
  15. The new Flysurfer Sonic Race has been released for 2017, this is Flysurfer's 3rd release for the Sonic series. I've put together a quick comparison chart based off the info on the Flysurfer website. First up for key noticeable differences however is that they've removed a whole row of bridles, instead of A B C Z bridling they're running A B Z. Next is the cell count, moved from 49 to 65 cells, and then the wingtips whilst still having a slight flat area look far more rounded. Overall weight is also down on the kites and they've introduced a 7M and 21M removing the 6M from the series. This year they're publishing suggested line lengths as well, ranging from 12M to 17M lengths in lines. Product Page: https://flysurfer.com/project/sonic-race/
  16. bakersdozen

    LOLO BSD

    A quick edit from Lolo BSD - the man has skills!
  17. Well, I'm off on holidays next week, and I hate traveling with a big old kite board bag were you have to line up in the oversize baggage area, were in some airports are on the opposite side of you normal bag carousel. Then you have to find a taxi with roof racks or a wagon, good luck with that idea. Well this is the way I'me taking my gear on this trip.
  18. Spartan

    Flysurfer s new secret weapon

    This is the new kite on the block coming soon to a beach near You !! I'm STOKED
  19. SoutherlyBuster

    Inland kite surf Lake ColeRidge NZ

    Every time the wind forecast in Christchurch (New Zealand' South Isalnd) is warm and no wind, odds are the cold air from the moutains is flowing down and raising up in the Canterbury Plains, which translates into awsome kitesurfing session at Lake Coleridge the base of those mountains. On the way to get there you pass through a town called Windwhistle and it did live up to it's name. The drive there is just as pleasant as the kiting when you get there. Ignore the max 33 knots on the wind meter, meter was stuck on position from. Zac was on the 8m Speed 4 and I was on the Flysurfer Psycho IV 10m.
  20. jabroni

    Flysurfer Speed 3 12m

    Flysurfer Speed 3 - 12m - Standard Fabric + Bar & Lines, Bag, Leash and repair kit. Used for land kiting, no rips, tears or repairs. It has some dirt marks from being used on the beach, and the white fabric is starting to yellow, but otherwise is in great condition. Located in Brisbane. $850 + Postage
  21. .Joel

    Flysurfer Sonic-FR 9M

    Flysurfer Sonic-FR 9M Depower Race Foil + Infinity 3.0 Airstyle Bar & Lines Bought brand new and flown about 20 - 25 times, awesome kite with a massive usable wind range. I've had the kite comfortably in 10 knots in the buggy, and screaming in 20-25 over 87km/h with 1 arm on the bar. The kite is incredibly versatile and usable, and has the least lift when powered up of all the depower race kites I've flown so far (R1, Diablo, Sonic-FR). Kite is in excellent condition. $900 + Post (Kite Only) $1200 + Post (Complete w/ Bar & Lines)
  22. Spartan

    Kitefoiling done right

    This is how it's done with style.
  23. Flysurfer has updated their Infinity 3.0 Airstyle Bar Setup to now also come as a Clam Cleat option. There are no pulleys, instead using a single friction ring to run the line through to keep the bar setup clean. I've always liked the two strap option that the Airstyle bar setup came with, however on the Sonic2 I found it was quite difficult to depower at speed and under load, so then I bought a Flysurfer Race Bar setup. The downside of that was that it had waaaaayyyy to many pulleys and complication going on. Looks like for people who don't hydrofoil, this may be a good compromise when using the setup on the depower race kites.
  24. specialist_kiteboarding

    Flysurfer Sonic 2 -11m

    Flysurfer Sonic 2 - 11m. This almost new Flysurfer Sonic 2 11m was bought in October 2016 for 2013 formula world champion Florian Gruber to use in the December "Sail Melbourne" World Cup event. After the event Florian returned to Europe and this barely used kite is now for sale at 30% below rrp. Please note this is a "kite only" package and does not come with a bar or flying lines. It is designed to fly on any 4 like bar with front line safety system. I can supply a bar if needed for additional cost - let me know if need be. Will happily ship interstate. $2000 or best offer
  25. Pari

    Woops done it again

    FLYSRUFER Speed3 Deluxe 12M Woops I've done it again...bought myself yet another kite. What a kite! I've been wanting to get a Flysurfer Speed3 ever since I had a borrowed one for a couple of seasons of Jason. I went as far as buying Pansh A15 which is a great kite for the money and I've had a heap of fun with it, but it is no replacement for German design and engineering. I picked the Flysurfer Speed3 Deluxe with the Lotus material, up from Byron Bay yesterday having won an eBay bid. I managed to have both a land board and kitesurf session in the evening to put it through it's paces. OMG... what an insane kite. The wind was about 13 maybe 14 knots. Not a lot for a kitesurfing session on a Tube kite but with the FS I was doing massive airs like I've never done before. You just up vertical with enough float up there to have a little look around and take in the view, casually look at the kite and when it's time to come back down, redirect and float down to a soft landing. Very impressive. The timing takes a bit of getting use to especially on turns, the kite flies so far forward in the window that you have to let the kite pull you round out of the turn rather than carving it up in a quick switch the way I like to with a LEI. Speaking of forward in the wind window, in that kind of marginal wind I would have been working my butt off to keep up on the 136cm twin tip I was riding, never mind staying up wind. With the FS I wasn't even thinking about it and in fact I was casual letting myself drift a little down wind playing with jumps and finding waves to ride of the lip. I would easily gain the lost ground without even trying. I like to ride waves coming in when I can, but it was hard with this kite as it's just so damn fast! I couldn't wash of the speed once I was on the wave and would just end up out racing it.....there probably is a knack to it. The kite is very forgiving as I've heard said before, I felt very safe out there. I've never really thought that I would use a ram air kite on the water and intended this kite to use for my land boarding, mainly because tube kites are so easy to get out of trouble with when you dump them in the water. But the FS stays UP there... like it just sits up there above you head. So the couple of times I came of the board and reoriented myself the kite was ready for me to get going again unlike my Naish Pivot (another awesome kite) which if you take your eyes of for more than a few seconds can end up taking a accelerated nose dive. All in all I loved riding it on the water, so much that i went out again today again in marginal winds. I know it was marginal because whilst I was the only kitesurfer out there carving it up, speeding along and doing big airs, I saw a couple of LEI's go up. They tried and failed to even get going, one dumping his BWS in the water having a kitemare. I felt a little smug I must admit. So the land board sessions... Lets just say woooohoooo. I scared myself a few times with speed, and how far and high my jumps were, but again that famous Flysurfer float just gives you the time to correct. Any other kite i wouldn't have felt safe doing jumps like that but the Speed3 gives me the confidence to push it a little further. I've had the sickest weekend flying my new Flysurfer Speed3 Deluxe and I've absolutely knackered myself out from all the fun. Better start saving for the Speed5!
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