Kites I have Designed
These are the kites that I designed and sold under the Sky Vision kites label.
To find detailed specifications, and color patterns, click on the kite image.
For details about how these kites were designed check here. Note: I am currently not offering these kites for sale. If
you own one of these and have questions or problems with it, feel free to
send email as I wish to support my former customers.
Dual Line Kites
The Spirit was our first production kite, it was a
team kite, offering wide wind range, moderate speed across the window and rail
straight tracking. Wing span was 8'2".
The Free Spirit I was a radical kite, almost as
fast as the Magic, this kite offered the pull and tracking of a large
kite in a small 6' 5" wing span.
Our most successful kite, the Flash Fire.
This kite was offered in both a 3/4 and full size version. The 3/4 version
offered the feel and control of a big wing without the pull of a large kite. The
full sized kite offered a great entry team kite.
While trying to develop an intermediate radical kite,
the Radix was born. The Radix offered many of the features of the
Spirit without the cost of all the paneling. It's deep cut sail allowed
for good tracking and moderate pull. 8'2" Wing Span.
The Magic just happened, while attempting develop
a well rounded intermediate kite, one test sail resulted in a truly awesome
kite. After many tweaks the Magic was born. A fast, agile, quiet, and
very responsive trick kite. 7' Wing Span.
The Expression is a larger version of the Magic.
This kite offered more precision and a more moderate flying speed, allowing
for better control. 8'3" Wing Span.
After many attempts to improve the Free Spirit,
the Free Spirit II was born. While still maintaining many of the
original versions features, the Free Spirit II offered a more well
rounded kite, suitable for either trick flying or precision. 7'7" Wing Span.
Single Line Kites
I developed the 6' delta as a high quality entry level kite.
I unfortunately could not produce it cheap enough to compete with it so I
dropped the product.
I developed the 8' delta conyne since I needed a stable lift
kite for my growing collection of wind socks. I sold a few of these but again
was unable to product them cheap enough to compete.