better to make a great new (and sorely needed) snowkiting instructional
video than the maker of the amazing snowkite DVDs like Entropy and
Something Stronger – Morten Gjerstad.
He is not only an accomplished filmmaker (using all high-definition
footage) but also has access to the top riders in the world who are on
the cutting edge of what is happening in snowkiting. This is 2 hours of
the most thorough introduction to snowkiting you can imagine.
In How to Snowkite vol 1, there are chapters on terminology, equipment, location and conditions, kite flying basics, using foil kites, using tube kites (each kite chapter includes information on setup, safety systems, launching and landing, relaunching, and even packing), riding basics (like edging, turning, and going upwind), back country riding, expedition kiting, kite repair, and basic jumping.
This is definitely the most complete course in learning to become a safe and confident snowkiter. When How to Snowkite volume 2 is released it will take off from the basic jump and go into all the trick types of jumps and many other specialized advanced snowkiting skills.
Volume One of the How to Snowkite series is a complete guide to snowkiting for the beginner and intermediate level rider. Professional instructors show you everything you need to know to get started snowkiting, as well as easy and safe ways to progress in snowkiting quickly. Among the topics covered are:
-Clothing and equipment
-Choosing a location
-Wind & weather
-Wind window basics
-Setup of foil and tube kites
-Launching and landing
-Flying the kite
-Riding on skis and snowboard
-Backcountry and expedition kiting
-Repair & Maintenance
Narrated in English and Norwegian
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