What size kite should I get?

The basic rule to follow when choosing a kite size — the stronger the wind you expect, the smaller your kite should be. The wind range at which you can safely ride is from 3–5 to 15–20 m/s, and comfortable for most riders — from about 6 to 12 m/s.

What is the best size kite for beginners?

A 144-144cm board (42-44cm wide) is usually a good beginner size for an average build rider (around 75kg) in light to moderate winds (12-18 knots). If you’re on the heavy side or tend to ride in low winds, you may need a bigger kite – see my post Best kite and board for heavy riders.

What size kite do I need for my weight?

Kite Size Chart

Rider Weight (kg) 43 Wind Speed
Kite Size (m2) 6 15
7 14
7 13
8 12

How long should my kite be?

In general short waves’ period suggests short lines down to 19m for a more responsive kite. Most kiters that kitesurf in waves use standard 22m lines with 24m lines on lower wind days and, and the more exigent riders, 19m on the high wind and gusty wind days.

How do you know what size kitesurf to get?

The first thing to take into account is how tall you are, and how much do you weigh. Lighter and smaller people (How do I choose a first kite?

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The kite size depends on the place where you will be kiting. If it is a place with light wind then you should choose bigger 9m2-13m2 kites. If it is a place where the wind is very strong, consider choosing a 5m2-8m2 kite. Usually we recommend you have 2 kites- one for light wind days and one for strong wind days.

How many kites do you need?

Most people will ultimately need at least two kites, One for lower winds and one for higher winds.

What is shape of kite?

In Euclidean geometry, a kite is a quadrilateral whose four sides can be grouped into two pairs of equal-length sides that are adjacent to each other. … Kite quadrilaterals are named for the wind-blown, flying kites, which often have this shape and which are in turn named for a bird.

How long is kite string?

Power kite fliers will usually use a line length of 75′ to 150′, depending on the wind conditions.