Reedin Super Model
The goal was to ensure maximum performance with the greatest forgiveness, making sure that you would get virtually no front of back stall ever. It results in a kite that is always flying forward, helping you get upwind, being more responsive to bar input and overall be extremely forgiving to steering mistakes.
Two important components are merged in the Super Model’s wing tip. The relatively square shape together with the slight “break in the Leading Edge’s curve” allows for quick response to bar input by decoupling the Wing tip from the rest of the LE. When you pull on one side of your bar it allows for the wing tip to very quickly react and engage the turn.