Kiteboarding is a relatively new sport gaining worldwide popularity, popping up over beaches, mountains and parks everywhere. With picturesque jumps, abundant and no-cost fuel, kite boarding has an appeal to the young and old, the men and women, and the boys and girls. Anyone with a shred of strength and coordination can learn to kite board.
The HQ Hydra II Kite is the latest generation of our most popular trainer kite. The HQ Hydra 2 Kites newly developed cell structure provides maximum durability in hard training sessions. HQ has created a kite with improved responsiveness and flying performance, providing more power through the turns. The third line provides an effective safety system and allows easy landing and reverse relaunching. The Closed Cell Technology allows reliable water relaunches and makes the HQ Hydra II Kite the most versatile trainer kite for lessons on land or in the water. Hydra II allows novices to concentrate on the essentials.
HQ Hydra 2 Kite Features:
reduced bridling for more performance
newly developed cell structure for maximum durability
The newly designed HQ Scout 3 delivers a high quality but affordable package for the entry into the world of traction kiting. The flying characteristics of the HQ Scout 3 are uncompromisingly focused to the needs of kite schools and pilots seeking for a quick experience of success with a kite on a bar.
Performance and turning speed were significantly improved. The HQ Scout 3 guarantees you always will be safe out on your board or skis. This kite provides loads of easy handling fun for beginners and advanced pilots alike.
Here at Kite-line, we heavily recommend learning to fly and control a trainer kite designed by Slingshot, Sensei, Ocean Rodeo, HQ, Flysurfer, Ozone or Peter Lynn. Without proper control and technique taught by a qualified instructor to go over basics, weather conditions, setups and maneuvers, it would be easy to rip a brand new kite or even be dangerous. While we highly recommend getting instruction from a reliable school, we know you can have a lot of fun learning on trainer kite.
Trainer kites are typically made smaller than a standard kite. While larger kites are a bit more smooth, trainer kites can have sensitive controls and features that can ease the learning curve for new kiters. Other things to consider are the number of lines, the presence of a safety leash, wind range, and use of a harness loop.