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Nags Head Flyer

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  1. A couple shots Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  2. I'd like to find the time to link up with you all too! Outer Banks based flyer, willing to make it up to currituck on a good day. @riff I flew in my first megafly at LBI with 11 others...and flew my Riff...[emoji41] Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
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  4. Nice kite. I should get me one of those. 🤪
  5. Can't wait to see what you bring. This is going to be a fun festival!
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  7. I'll be there Friday-Sunday.
  8. It's a very nice kite...I am looking into getting one very much like it soon! I might add a little green to it, though.
  9. Thanks, this is really helpful. Would you recommend the standard, UL, or vented? Would it be a safe to assume that the standard is a good all-around choice for most situations?
  10. Thanks for the insight! I'm glad to hear you've got no regrets with the purchase. And I'm also looking for an eye-opener.
  11. Hey all, I'm in a similar position to the one Andy55 was in a couple of months back. I fly mainly Prism kites (my Nexus, which was my first, is still my favorite) and I'm getting to a point where my control is good, and I'm able to execute snap-stalls, wing tip landings, and recoveries on a regular basis. I would like to step into a kite that will allow me to do start attempting tricks, and I'm gravitating toward a Benson kite. I live in a coastal area known for heavier winds, so I would like something that would be trickable in a fairly wide wind range and suitable for a flyer just now beginning to experiment with tricks. The Superfly looks amazing, and that's what I'm gravitating toward, but I read in this thread that some people prefer the UL over the standard. I'm wondering what the rationale is for that, or if I should instead consider a different model altogether. Thanks!
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