The Nighthawk Kite is ideally suited to light wind areas but is at its best in really strong winds.
The Nighthawk will fly in winds of 5 to 40 knots and can be tacked up to 60 degrees off the wind.
The Nighthawk's wingspan is 2.1 metres.
Heidy flying the Kiwi Delta at Bora Bora (Photo: Pierre Lesage)
This kite incorporates a carbon fibre centre rod, dynamically balanced fibreglass wing spars and top quality sail cloth.
The stability of this delta fishing kite in fresh to strong winds makes it an ideal kite for KAP (kite aerial photography) in winds above 20 knots.