Skydog 7-Foot Dragon Roc Kite
Serious kites for the serious flyer. Skydog's Big Dog Series are giant kites built of top quality materials and made for hours of flying fun for the experienced kite enthusiast.
Why Choose Skydog?
• Nylon carrying case
• 300 feet of 110 lb test line on a flight ring with swivel clip
• Dimensions: 84" x 70"
• Materials: Ripstop Nylon / Fiberglass
We have put a lot of thought and effort into creating a combination of the most enviornmentally friendly packaging and a great looking product at the retail level. Every Skydog Kite is packed in a reusable nylon carry case with flight line included in a fold-over pocket. Informative header cards include assembly instructions and fit snuggly into the flight line pocket to keep for future reference. Skydog Kites is proud to have achieved zero waste packaging with our products!
Skydog single line kites feature 300’ of line on a flight ring. Swivel clips are secured to the end of the flight line to help make your flying experience easy and fun. Flight rings allow for a quick launch of the kite as well as easy line retrieval when bringing the kite back to earth. We include 300’ of line so the kites can reach a high, steady wind above the area of turbulence and other conditions of nature that can cause issues with your kite.
Skydog stays true to the top quality materials and techniques used when making our kites. Our sails are made of ripstop nylon, the same material used in parachutes and high quality tents. The small squares infused through the nylon make the material stronger, and also limit the length of any tears or rips if your kite has an unfortunate event. All of our spars are made of high quality fiberglass or carbon. The frame stiffness and strength is very important, particularly on larger kites and sport kites. Skydog tests our products with different strength and weight spars to make sure we are offering the best performing kites possible. Our kites are sewn with high quality stitching and the excess material is cut away to give a "stained glass” look when the sun shines through the sail and to keep each kite as light as possible.