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  1. Bret

    Clear Rev?

    Very cool. There were so many I assumed they weren't handmade. Do they really have nothing in that open space? I know there was a lot of wind, but I'm still amazed they would fly that well. Thanks for the extra pic!
  2. Bret

    Clear Rev?

    Thanks for the pointer. Here's a link to the blog: http://gypsyjournalrv.com/2015/08/rules-what-rules/ It was quite windy at the time, but I assumed there was at least some mesh or something in the blank space. I'm surprised that just strips would fly that well without anything for a sail. They definitely looked cool. Thanks for the info.
  3. Bret

    Clear Rev?

    I was at the kite festival in Long Beach WA on Saturday and There were some Rev shaped kites that were almost completely clear or maybe completely mesh (could see through almost the whole sail). Are those really Rev kites? Some new sail design I don't know about? I thought maybe it was a handmade sail at first, but then I saw several so I assumed not. (BTW, it was a fun day and a good show)
  4. I'm in the Portland Oregon area and frequent the beaches around Seaside and Lincoln city. But with work and family and other hobbies I don't get there as much as I'd like. I'll see if I can make it over to the indoor festival. I've heard about this before but never seen it. Some friends of mine went to this event last year and had a blast. I'd love to go see you guys do your stuff. Judging from the videos it's pretty impressive. Thanks! -Bret
  5. Thanks Kip! That's exactly what I was looking for. That's an excellent resource. Those Rev guys are great. I'm in Oregon and I'll be going to beaches near the Lincoln City area. If anyone is in the area and wants to connect, that could be fun. But with that Rev page I'm confident that I can figure things out on my own with enough practice. Thanks again for the help -Bret
  6. Hi guys! I've been flying dual line stunt kites from nearly when they were invented (OK, about 1980 or so, I guess I really don't know when they were invented). I don't do competitions and I'm not that great, but I love flying them the few chances each year I get to go to the beack. When "flexifoils" first came out many years ago I really wanted one but couldn't afford one. A couple years ago I purchased a 2M, quad line power kite and have enjoyed that thoroughly. I've wanted a quad line stunt kite since I first saw the Rev and I just purchased a Spirit Quad. I'm heading to the beach in
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