That it will probably need a 10 mph wind to fly and even then it's not a great flier.
Yeah, I figured it needed a good breeze to get going. The construction is a little primitive with surged seams on the backside. I'm going to take it out on the frozen tundra this afternoon, the winds are around 12 mph so it should at least get off the ground. Thanks for the feedback...
@Thief, it did still have the handles with twisted line attached. And, it has a three point bridle, I'm not sure what a quad line bridle would be. All the existing bridle lines are single lines. Dooh, I get it
Wasn't expecting a lot here, kids will enjoy it this summer