Kite skate edit with the Prodigy2

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Hi guys, I made this little edit from a couple of days back, what do you think?


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Hi Ed,
You know I think it’s killer, and I’m just stoked to see you moving around with OR gear. I saw you soaring in front of the Slufter dunes last Friday, is that gonna be the next treat on video?
Great stuff buddy!
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Cheers Rudo! The go pro didn’t film that anymore so I guess I’ll have to save that for later!


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guess what - I got a few seconds of that on my phone. No Spielberg stuff like yours but I’m mailing it to you nevertheless.


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Cool, tnx!!


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Love it


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Tis rather good


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That is good stuff right there - thanks!


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great video…

curious if you have trouble when looping the kite and twisting lines around the swivel / go pro mount… ever get them caught up? I’d like to get the camrig for the go pro but thought it might catch my steering lines and bugger up my session.

thought about getting another stopper on my trim line, epoxy a go pro mount and then be able to mount it closer or farther away along the trim line!...

thoughts appreciated.


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Cheers guys!

zigzag I wouldn’t worry too much about it, it catches a steering line sometimes but if you sheet out and shake the bar a little it comes loose! The sad thing is that it starts to shake really badly when your lines go slack from unhoocking or something.