What’s included: Kite bag; Sail of Miss Sora; Double tails; Kite string coiled in the handle bar; Instructions. All you need for kite flying
Kite Wing Span: 150cm / 60-inch / 5ft Height: 75cm / 30-inch / 2.46ft Net weight: 112g / 3.95Oz Sail Material: 40D Ripstop Nylon Fabric Rod Material: Fiberglass Craft: Classsic Appliques technique, zigzag sewing to maintain the beauty of kite. Not Printing. Kite string: Polyester/ Dacron – 100m / 320ft – Test Tensile Strength: 50lb 2pcs Tail: 1.4M /4.6ft Kite Flying Wind Range: 1.5~5bft / 3~25MPH With only 17inch packaging length, Miss Sora will be easy to be inserted into your backpack, suitcase. Double tails are added to keep kite flying steadily 320ft kite string and handle are included to help fly high The stronger fiberglass we adopted won’t be broken easily. Ripstop nylon fabrics protect your kite from tearing by wind, and anti-UV. Packed in a durable and reusable kite sleeve to keep kite from dirt. Triangle structure makes it performance very well with little wind and can be altered slightly to suit different level of wind.
First – No need to adjust kite bridle with delta keel. Due to delta keel which makes up Miss Sora’s bridle, there is no need to adjust kite bridle. Just attach kite line to the tow point of keel with snapped swivel and launch kite! Second – Sense the wind direction Kite flying wind range: 1.5~5bft / 3~25MPH (when you notice that leaves sway gently) Pay out about 20ft kite line; Face the kite to the wind. Usually, kite is already flying in the air when wind comes. Always keep kite line taut: pay out kite line when you feel kite is dragging; take in kite line when kite line is loose. Between “pay out” and “take in” kite line, you are enjoying fun of kite control!