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My Take on the Djinn

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In short, this kite is as responsive as advertised..  The biggest leap forward is the Sync Bridles.. Not conventional, nor is it a turbo or french bridle. It literally makes the whole wing a lot more of a cohesive unit while maintaining the independence of the inputs.

For those that fly with a lot of brake (and I do mean a lot) you might have to back off that mindset a knot or two for first flight. The design of the bridles seems to have the the extra brake so many of us desire already incorporated to a point. That being said, control feels familiar but at the same time, almost enhanced in the responsiveness.

Bottom line, a true quality product that's a significant step forward, right out of the bag. Everything you would have considered adding before is now already there.  Looking forward to more time on the handles with this sail..

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The best part of the Djinn is that you're getting the "PRO" regardless of stock color or custom color. Out of the bag, it's the exact kite JB or Brett have in their bag. 

I've flown all 3 vents variations and I can say the Djinn didnt make me a better pilot. It let the pilot in me come out better.

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35 minutes ago, Deke Haid said:

It let the pilot in me come out better.

Well said, I feel exactly the same with my own flights on the Djinn. 🤘

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