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Jorge Gouverneur
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« on: May 01, 2014, 08:47 PM »

I went to the field and decided to try the Wolf with 50' Lines

the wind was low 2-4 MPH

I always like to test how the kite reacts to different inputs. Specially for tricks... Some kites likes Back-spins, other likes Turtle positions, fades, yo-yo roll-ups.

I find this kite slightly harder to trick than its bigger brother "Widow NG"  again I'm used to bigger kites (tried to adjust to the smaller profile) so this might not apply to everyone.

Here is my Video.
Crazy Copter Fade Combination.


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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2014, 07:01 PM »

Impressive, recently acquired a wolf NG and finally flew it today. Very impressed with the response and how smooth the wolf flies. A lot of bang for your buck!!
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« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2014, 09:23 PM »

Hi Ordicahn. Nice to hear you're enjoying your new kite. It's a great kite. Like you mentioned. A lot of bang for your buck.  Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: May 03, 2014, 01:53 PM »

Great stuff. Although, would really love to see you cracking corners, stalls, and using the window. You can trick well but a video showing how these kites track/stall/etc. Landings, slides, anything of the sort would be great. Most beginners will be not flying tricks with these yet anyways.

So glad you're getting along with the premier newly redone kites. Smashin' deals on those models.
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« Reply #4 on: May 03, 2014, 10:44 PM »

Hi: adx1592

You got a point... I will consider adding more traditional flying like you mentioned... show how they track, stall, slides and lands.
So glad you're getting along with the premier newly redone kites. Smashin' deals on those models.

Thanks  adx1592... Not everyone has the money to spend  $ 300.00 plus on a kite.

Jon Trennepohl a Wayne Brunjes managed to re-design the Wolf and the Widow kites with that in mind...

This will help Beginners and not so Beginners get a good quality kite at a reasonable price.

I love to be a part of this Sport and like to support great products. in this Case Premier Kites.




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« Reply #5 on: May 04, 2014, 01:33 PM »

Hi: adx1592

You got a point... I will consider adding more traditional flying like you mentioned... show how they track, stall, slides and lands.
So glad you're getting along with the premier newly redone kites. Smashin' deals on those models.

Thanks  adx1592... Not everyone has the money to spend  $ 300.00 plus on a kite.

Jon Trennepohl a Wayne Brunjes managed to re-design the Wolf and the Widow kites with that in mind...

This will help Beginners and not so Beginners get a good quality kite at a reasonable price.

I love to be a part of this Sport and like to support great products. in this Case Premier Kites.






Love to see more traditional flying on  the Widow NG, since this is what I do.  I'm sure that there are many prospective purchasers of the Widow NG and Wolf that will never excel at Tricks, and would be interested in flying around and precision type flying.

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