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Classically known as a “stunt kite” or “sport kite”, these kites utilize two strings (right and left) to turn, stall and even flip the kite to wrap in its own lines. The general attitude of these kites is “nose forward” drive, using sharp inputs to produce stalls with footwork to adjust speed or land.


The Gaze is an amazing blend of team-level precision and slack line ability in one full size sport kite, designed by Naoki Tamura, world champion Team Air-Rex from Japan and Flying Wings. It's so well rounded, we've made it our preferred dual line choice for solo, pairs or team flying.


The Kaiju is tailored to extremely light wind or indoor kite flying on short lines.


Run your dual line kites hard or still learning how to fly? The Gaze is tough but to be prepared for anything, use this page to easily assemble your basic "ready for anything" package includes everything that could potentially and naturally break or wear out on the kite with a bad crash or extended use. Recommendations below!


Basic flight straps well suited to any dual line kite, one simple roll of the webbing and it contours to the pilot's hand.


Hand tied by John Barresi, these DUAL line sets are crafted to his specifications exactly the same as you'll find in his own kite bag, ready to hook up straps or handles and go - the best quality line, field proven by top competitors, teams and performers for many years.


The perfect accompaniment to our Kaiju urban / indoor kite.


Replacement carbon spars for each frame component of the Gaze dual line kite, all pre-cut for easy installation.


One ferrule, the joint used to connect the Radius spars in the Gaze leading edge (8cm) or bottom spreaders (12cm).


Angled fittings for the leading edge of the Gaze, connecting them to the upper and lower spreaders when assembled.


Center T fitting used the bottom spreaders of the Gaze connect with the spine when assembled.


Unique Yo Yo Stopper used on the Gaze leading edge, complete with one zip tie - designed to allow solid roll up tricks, additional notches allow a little forgiveness for overly slack lines.


Spike (or "nock") end cap used on the wing tip of the Gaze, complete with tensioner line - designed to provide good tip stabs even on firm earth or hard packed sand.

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