These kites from Premier Kites are almost 7ft across, and almost 12ft long with the permanently-attached tail, so they are big enough to make quite an impact in the sky with their bright colours. They come in a plastic, not fabric, bag. They are easy enough to fly, and designed mainly for older children, I imagine. They are not strongly constructed, however, and I don’t know if they will stand up to a lot of use. The sail is of the usual ripstop nylon, and the spars are fibreglass, but very thin. The spine rod, especially, I think is too fragile; it is too flexible, and it is not well-secured to the kite, being held only by the end pockets and the bridle. On such a kite at this price, I would expect the spine to be sewn into a tunnel as on most deltas. I can’t really recommend this kite, and suggest that something like the same-sized Shadow delta (see above) is much better value. I bought my Sky Deltas from Picture Pretty Kites; the price is $34.90.