Jump to content
KiteLife Forum
Sign in to follow this  
szobelda

Available:Mohawk STD

Recommended Posts

Mohawk STD


An extremely fun kite to fly and to trick with ☺️

The kite is in a great condition.

Frame:
LE – Skyshark P200 / P300
US – carbon 5mm
LS – Skyshark 5PT
Spine – Skyshark P200
Roll bars – carbon 3mm
Tail Weight – brass rod 20g

Shipping - 15 USD


  • Advertiser
    szobelda
  • Date
    08/20/2019
  • Price
    $185.00
  • Category
  • Brand
     
  • Model
    mohawk

 

20190823_111953.jpg

Edited by szobelda
added anothe pic

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
Sign in to follow this  

  • Video Tutorials

  • Site Sponsors

  • Similar Content

    • By szobelda
      An extremely fun kite to fly and to trick with ☺️
      The kite is in a great condition.
      Frame:
      LE – Skyshark P200 / P300
      US – carbon 5mm
      LS – Skyshark 5PT
      Spine – Skyshark P200
      Roll bars – carbon 3mm
      Tail Weight – brass rod 20g
      Shipping - 15 USD
    • By Glitch
      Well folks... Thought I should post somewhere other than introduction area.. Someone suggested I should buy a beetle just to see if I might enjoy 2 line kites. It came in the mail and I quickly opened the box as soon as I got home from work. I assembled and disassembled the kite a couple times measured the bridle to make sure everything was factory trued. Saturday I stretched the twisted wrap lines that came with the kite and cut them to equal length.
      Sunday I went out and put the thing in the air! Winds were off and on but still surprised myself that I kept it up as much as I did... Never managed a upright landing on the edge of the window. Almost could do a slide... Lines felt pretty spongy.... Not as fast as I expected but still fun!
      Put a couple single lines up for the wife for a while and just had a pretty good time in general...
      Two lines are fun but I plan on dedicating myself to the rev kites when I get them... Already working 10 hour days and it looks like the engineering department wants more and more so might be going to 12 hour days 😖 👎 Not cool at all... Day job is sucking the life out of me...
      Till then I'll keep watching JB videos and reading all the tips and tricks from you fine folks here on Kitelife.
      One of these days I will snap some picks of the kites were flying. Wife picks some pretty colorful stuff!
      Thanks as always to you folks who have taken the time to post experiences, help and suggestions helping the archive to grow. Seen some new member introductions..... Pretty cool stuff here...
      Good evening...
    • By Skyclad01
      My 1st gen, custom colored Mohawk kite. My first 'real' stunt kite and my baby.
    • By ashok_h_shah
      Hello Everyone,
      I and my son are learning to fly more than one stunts at a time. The stunts we have are for strong winds, with heavy pull making it difficult to fly kite with each hand and do tricks.
      http://kitelife.com/forum/gallery/image/5334-/
      Can any one suggest good light wind, highly responsive and strong dual line kite that we can use for team flying too. thanks in advance
  • Upcoming Events

×
×
  • Create New...