A short video to show you how to assemble a stunt kite ..
Suitable for serious beginners and kite enthusiasts alike. Crafted in Germany. Achieving the perfect balance between freestyle and precision, the Badass is a high quality kite with which both old-school as well as new-school tricks can be performed. Slow and easy flyer with great feedback on the lines. The Badass likes floaty moves, you can fly with
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Level One has developed two new stunt kites this year. 1. The BADASS – Old school meets new school Peter Maternus (screen name: PAW) was involved with the design and set-up of this beauty. The Badass is a clear freestyler, which manages old tricks as well as the new trick repertoire. A slow and easy kite to
Some amazing development from the early version of Level One’s “Easy Reloaded” in 2007 to the 2013 prototype version first called “Reloade-t” and pimped by PAW to the present “Reloaded” kite series. You can follow the improvement of the Reloaded kite in videos; not just of the kite, but also of the advancement of tricks