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2012 Hadlow Pro Kite

5 September 2011 | 11:27 am

Check out the first photos of the 2012 Hadlow Pro.
Some say that the 2012 version of Aaron Hadlow pro model will not be pure C-shape kite but a hybrid, C-shape with a short bridle and without pulleys.

Special thanks to Steph for share this photos with us.


  • Aaron says:

    The ID is an addition to the Hadlow Collection, it is a different kite to the Hadlow Pro C shape which will still live on. The press release will be out soon.

  • Tom says:

    Why are you still keeping the hadlow pro in the collection? Its not a good kite and people know that, hence you hardly ever see them on the water. I have never heard a single great thing about Hadlow kite, except from the sellers. Get rid of Hadlow Pro, or radically change it to a C-hybrid.

  • Taylor says:

    I don’t think you can say that the hadlow pro C sucks. Its amazing for what its made for Unhooked wakestyle/freestyle. If you cant handle not having a shitload of depower that’s your problem. Not the kites.

  • Glen says:

    Tom you aree wrong! I use the Hadlow pro in 7,9,11 and 13 m2, it is the best kite for freestyle I ever had and used. Of course for freeriding and oldschool it is not the best, but because it is not made for this. The hadlow por c kite is like a Formula 1 car, for using it as transport in the city it will not work good (freeriding, oldschool or waves), but if you use it for what it is made then you will not found a better one.
    Most of the people say that its a bad kite, because they can not do newschool/wakestyle.

  • Steve says:

    I ride hadlow pros and its a really good kite for stapless wave riding also…like most c kites. Obviously it really shines for flatwater wake/freestyle. I think you should ride it before you say how much it sucks.

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