Kites called "traction" type can be nasa, deltas traction and foil.
When you plan to buy your first kite comes the first question: “what is the best for me?” In general you should consider the weight of the pilot and the average winds in the area where it will be used. As a basic rule to note that:
Pilot light / high winds = little candle.
Pilot heavy / soft Vientos = mainsail.
To begin with a simple kite serves to achieve good control of the controls, but at the same time enjoy the speed there as a good foil 4 lines; are optimal for enjoying a drive aboard a buggy. These kites, besides having two lines that direct tensile, have two brake lines called that are responsible not only to curb the candle, but also to achieve greater proficiency in the movements of the same especially when a rapid response to changing management needs. There is no rule to say that sail surface use according to the wind, as there is great variation and benefits of a candle to another surface equal.
It is very important to consider the place of flight to avoid accidents.
It should be wide enough to allow the sail safely move throughout your wind window, Free constructions, trees, power lines, roads, people and animals.