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I am a relatively new pilot, but I have noticed that as I get some more kites and then want to fly in different conditions and spaces, I am maklng and collecting quite a few different line sets of different weights and strengths. I see that Prism has a bag on their web site for organizing lines, but it seem to be out of stock. What other solutions has this community found to what must be a fairly common problem? 

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Many kite bag designs include multiple large pockets, often made of mesh, cargo netting, or similar material easily seen through. These are great for storing several sets of line, among other items.

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Some of my line bags.

Old MLD bag (may no longer be made), Mtn Equipment (or REI etc) fanny pack, and a Stanley soft toolbag or equivalent from the hardware store. Pic attached.

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That's a cool MLD bag.  They still exist, wonder if that is made.  Any clue what it was called?

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6 hours ago, Benderdog said:

That's a cool MLD bag.  They still exist, wonder if that is made.  Any clue what it was called?

I believe it was just something like 'MLD Kite Line Bag' or some such. I also have some single zipped pouches in the series.

Brief search brought up this reference, but no longer available if that is true:

http://www.windpowersports.com/accessories/bags/mld-line-bag.php

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