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Snow Kites

Snow kites are used for snowkiting and the main difference between snow kiting and kite boarding is the foot wear required for snowboarding or skiing. Snowkiting allows the rider to travel uphill and downhill with any wind direction. The development of snowkite specific foil kites with the ability to depower have given snowkiters the ability to push further and explore deeper into snow covered territory. With better equipment, safer practices and growing popularity, snow kiting is gaining ground in winter sports areas.
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Kite Line HQ Scout 3

HQ Scout 3

Kite Line HQ4 Apex

HQ4 Apex

Kite Line Q4 Montana Snowkite

HQ4 Montana Snowkite

Kite Line HQ4 One Bar

HQ4 One Bar

Kite Line 2017 Ozone Access V7 Snowkite

Ozone Access V7 Snowkite

Kite Line Ozone Chrono Kite

Ozone Chrono V3 Kite (Kite Only)

Kite Line Ozone Chrono V3 Ultralight

Ozone Chrono V3 Ultralight

Kite Line Ozone Explore V1 Complete

Ozone Explore V1 Complete

Kite Line Ozone Hyperlink V1 Ultralight

Ozone Hyperlink V1 Ultralight

Kite Line Ozone Hyperlink VI Kite

Ozone Hyperlink VI Kite (Kite Only)

Kite Line Ozone Pure V1 Complete

Ozone Pure V1 Complete

Kite Line Ozone Subzero V1 Complete

Ozone Subzero V1 Complete

Kite Line Ozone Subzero V1 Ultralight

Ozone Subzero V1 Ultralight w/bar/lines

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Kite-line supplies riders with snow specific kites from Flysurfer, HQ and Ozone. Typically, the snow kite will either be a LEI or Foil. As foils are usually much lighter, easier to self launch and geared more towards easy riding or beginners. LEI kites are made for snow kiters that demand performance for tricks and speed, however their size and weight can be a huge turn off, especially considering that you'll have to carry a pump.