the nose makes the difference
When the American artist Tom van Sant took over the inventory of a bankrupt fishing shop in the 70s, he could not know what he was initiating. Today he is called the grandmaster of modern kite building.
Our Delta is inspired by one of his kites - and by the time it flew. The supersonic passenger aircraft Concord with its distinctive nose gave the project its name.
Even with very little wind, the Concord Delta flies real stable. The two 8m long tails attached with Velcro complete the image. With carbon fibre rods and a light nylon sail it is a kite for experts and enthusiasts.
Fabric: 40D Nylon
Frame: 5mm carbon fiber, drawn
Wind: 1 - 4 Bft
including two 8m long tails,
ready to fly with braided 40DaN/100m polyester line on a ring spool