Kites

Kite Flies Man

Kite Flies Man

Cromarty, Scotland offers pleasant breezes perfect for flying kites. However, the winds were a little stronger than usual the day this guy decided to fly his kite, and he was literally swept him off his feet.

Giant Octopus Kite

Giant Octopus Kite

Footage of one of the most epic kites we’ve ever seen take to the skies – Facebooker Erich Chew posted this clip of a fantastic flying octopus near Singapore’s Marina Barrage dam. The way it moves kind of reminds us of those Sentinel robots from The Matrix.

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Kid vs. Kite

Kid vs. Kite

YouTuber DJ Spillz shared this video of a kid chasing a Revolution sport kite. The advanced kite offers precise control of its speed, direction, angl– nah. The kite is alive. It’s the only explanation that makes sense.

Castakite

Castakite

It’s like a fishing rod, but for kites. Castakite comes with a 29″ diamond kite and 150ft. of dacron line. The kite prevents string burns and tangled lines, and makes it easy to adjust and reel kites in.

Pirate Ship Kite

Pirate Ship Kite

Windy day? While you could set sail on the high seas for adventure, this easy-to-fly 3-dimensional pirate ship kite lets you go sailing without ever leaving the beach. Check them out on video at Vat19.

Indoor Kite Routine

Indoor Kite Routine

We’ve seen choreographed kites before, but Spencer Watson wowed us and the crowd at the 12th Annual Windless Kite Festival with the precision of his indoor kite routine.

Blue Whale Kite

Blue Whale Kite

At 30 meters in length, this massive blue whale kite is bigger than a bus and looks absolutely stunning floating over the beach. How about a light-up space whale for night flights Peter Lynn Kites?

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