Did you know that Cath built the first CR Mesh Quad? It's true!
Over the years, she's focused her attention on the shop, but she never forgot how much she enjoyed working with ripstop!
During the winter of 2020, Cath started to play with some ideas that started at a kite building workshop led by Ricky and Susan Tuttle and Kip Clements. The beautiful result is the CR Hata. With her passion for art history (and a nod to Robert Brasington), she's put a compass rose in a stained glass effect onto a 27"x28" Hata kite.
Contact us to find out what colors are currently available. We are not listing them by color on the web to ensure we're telling you the most current availability. You may also contact us for a custom order!
Details about the kite:
These are high flyers with 10' fuzzy tails included. Each train includes 3 color coordinated kites.
Recommended wind range is roughly 3-25mph, although we still need to test the highest end of that range! We don't recommend flying it in "kite breaking" wind, but we think it'll be fine in 25ish. If you break the kite in high wind, please advise us -what was the wind blowing? The first person to break the kite due to high wind will get full bragging rights in this space! Good luck!
3 unique color coordinated kites already linked together. 110#x150' of line on a D handle. All packed in a deluxe kite sleeve for storage.
The front kite only is bridled, but if you want to fly them individually please let us know and we can add a bridle upgrade to the 2nd and 3rd kites for $10. The bridles will be included separately, you will need to unlink the kites and attach the bridle.