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2012 Kiteboarding Freeride Gear Review Guide

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For this review, we selected seven average kiteboarders to join us in beautiful and windy La Ventana along with a huge pile of brand new 2012 kiteboarding gear. We trucked 25 different kite models and 28 boards one thousand miles south of the border and spent a week putting it all through its paces. The information here comes straight from our testers’ review forms along with some input from members of the TKB staff.

After struggling for years on the subject of how to come up with a fair and balanced way to review kiteboarding gear, we think we’ve hit upon the most balanced way possible. This test was opened up to all kiteboarding brands, regardless of their status as an advertiser with The Kiteboarder Magazine and there are no kite or board advertisements from manufacturers in this review guide. Each kite review in the guide includes a link to a review video.



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  1. Wow. Now I’m scared! A bit I met a loelvy guy on eharmony, and am still seeing him. He’s the only one I met more than once, and I only met 3 others (in person) who all seemed very nice! True, you don’t know a lot of someone’s background apart from what they tell you. But then, you don’t need to get involved until you’ve met a friend / family / as many as you like (and your own have, so they can juice out any issue you might have overlooked .). I’ve never done online set-ups before, but frankly I loved my eharmony experience. Taught me a lot about myself, as well as those I was engaging with. From previous romantic relationships, I can honestly say so far this is the happiest I’ve been in one and all the others I met in what people might call standard ways (at uni., at a club, through friends) and stuff always comes out as you get to know someone (!) I had to put an exclamation mark in there! figure you can trust your own (and good pals’) judgement as you get to know someone online (before meeting them in person). Also, someone can give quite a lot away about themselves which means you can google and test the truth (which I did with a couple of guys before I met them one was a professional sports guy so he was easy to find, and a very nice chap too, not the one I am now seeing though). Guess any way of meeting someone can be scary sometimes your friends set you up, but they don’t always know you / what you want as well as you know yourself / what you want. I figure taking care with it all, can make it good But who knows, I may end up posting here after some chaos has ensued!! Ha ha, let’s see

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