Handles and bars
- View SourceThe general "convention" for land or snow kiting is that it's best to
- I don't seem to loose any performance with a bar setting in medium
and strong wind while kiteskiing or kitesnowboarding (not counting the
ability to depower the kite more effectively with a bar).
The general "convention" for water kiting is to use a bar.
- I've never been happy with a bar in light wind while kitesurfing
(too slow to turn the kite).
So bars or handles should not be a function of the sport, it's more a
function of the wind. It's best to use a bar in more than 10 knots and
use handles in less than 10 knots (where more precise control of the
kite is more important)