Re: [ksurf] Re: waist or seat harness..?
- If you use a sheetable kite I think you'd probably prefer a seat harness
since it gives you the max adjustment range. A waist harness tends to ride
up and down depending on the angle of pull and tends to become a chest
harness. As such adjustment range becomes very limited.
Carson City, Nevada USA
From: mark-cutback@... <mark-cutback@...>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 3:38 PM
Subject: [ksurf] Re: waist or seat harness..?
>ok it sounds like I want to get my hands on a waist harness, after________________________________________________________
>today and groin rash from my seat harness.
> sadly (or some say not) I'm located on a small carribean Island
>and don't have the luxury of hang out in a store, but seems like
>Dakine Thermo would be a safe bet without the luxury of trying
>--- In email@example.com, KiteBoard@a... wrote:
>> In a message dated 00-11-29 04:14:34 EST, lutje@m... writes:
>> << It's personal. >>
>> That's for sure! I know several who prefer WindSurfing
>Hawaii's "SS" waist,
>> & yet others DaKine's "Nexus", over the ThermoForm. At least
>hang from them
>> all in the shop before you purchase.
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