Not sure what kite is best for you?
There are many to choose from and they all have their pros and cons. What
may work well for some may not work well for you and vice versa. So
what it will boil down to is what kind of kiter are you, or what kind of
kiter do you want to be? Just a cruiser, out once or twice a year? Backcountry going for maximum hang time? Park and freestyle riding, crossing
over to water in the summer? Kiting doesn't take long to learn so get
the kite that suits your needs the first time and build your quiver from
The different types of kites we use on snow are foils (open and closed cell),
and LEI's (Leading edge inflatable's) Which come in different shapes
known as "c" shape or "bow" style. Read More...