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Mesa DC Kite

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Item # 3851
Price: $46.00
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Make the most of the wind you have.
Having a kite store in a place with some of the most beautiful skies and worst winds on the planet, we’ve done lots of kite testing. In light, variable winds, nothing flies better than a Delta Conyne Kite. We made some ourselves in the early 80’s. Now Christoph is making these bulletproof fliers look as good as they fly. Made of lightweight 40-denier ripstop nylon with fiberglass spars, they’re well detailed and built to last. 5’-11” x 2’-6”. 36” case. 6 to 25 mph winds. 4 tail attachment points. Use 75-lb. Dacron kite line. For Instructions on stacking Into The Wind Delta Conyne Kites click here.

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Skill Level:   Beginner
Min. Wind:   6 mph
Max. Wind:   25 mph
Brand:   Into The Wind
Added to site:   08/27/2014
            
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(5 of 5)
red sweater, 2012-03-25
This kite flies well in lighter winds, and is quite stable. I bought it to entertain some young kids with a line climber, but I th... [read more]
 

(5 of 5)
panicphan2000, 2008-12-27
This is one incredible kite. It pretty much leaps out of your hands into the sky. This DC has a surprising amount of pull for i... [read more]
 

(3 of 5)
blowinginthewind, 2008-10-25
Of my many kites, this is one of the easiest to get flying and does fly rather well overall. I'v had the misfortune of landing it... [read more]
 

(4 of 5)
Martian5781, 2007-05-06
Out of nearly 30 kites in our repertoire, this is the only one that could handle the uneven, gusty, offshore breezes we had in De... [read more]