Interested to test one
having said that what's with those colors - come one their f'ugly, I can see the black and white being the biggest seller
2010...... isnt it 2009 now.... whats the criteria to call it a 2010
its made to be released in the 2010 seasons
I just have to ask why the consecutive range size up to 12m then the traditional jump to 14m and again to 16m?
Is this new for the Rebels and if so does this mean the wind range is poorer on the 2010 rebel?
They might fly ok, but pretty ugly designs if you ask me ...
Anybody know how much ?
They've gotta start releasing 2010's now (most manufacturers) to enable shops time to get their orders in and have them shipped (not only by air) to be ready for the start of the Euro and yank seasons which start around spring/late spring (northern hemisphere) ... unfortunately, the world dosen't revolve around Oz
Totally right...the world does revolve around OZ. We get them a few weeks before the winter season...and by winter I mean Ice and snow. Australia is windy during its summer. Also I guess US is windier on the Westcoast, in the ulf and Florida during winter. You get them at the right time, we buy in October and wait 6 months before trying them on the water. Unless we travel... Have fun down there.
Prices for all sizes are up on our website, and we will have some of these for our Shark Bay demo trip on the 5th of Sept and in the shop after this.
The technology on these things is amazing especially the 'floating' middle strut.
The loaded 5th line allows for a much shorter power stroke than bridled kites.