Absolutely agree!queneseb wrote:I think we dont need especially a single or strutless kite in strong wind, we just need a smaller one !
less struts = lighter, poorer shape control, poorer depower. Look for a lot of leading edge attachment points on the new Switch mono strut to combat this(like the Nitro)
More struts=heavier, great shape control, excellent depower.
When you are out in 30 knot wind, you want a strong kite with good shape control.
Unsupported regions are going to be subject to fluttering and high wear rates when the bar is out or depower pulled.