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White Organic Cotton Kite


Kite sets with everything you need to fly. Handmade and flight tested in Canada.

Organic Cotton Sail: Strong, cotton sails have lifted kites for ages. We’re bringing them back.
Rock Maple Spars: Rugged Canadian hardwood spars create a robust frame for Little Cloud kites.
Easy-to-fly Delta Shape: The traditional delta-shaped kite is known for easy launching and stable flight.
Strong Hemp Kite String: All kites come with comfortable hardwood spool and kite string.

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About the Merchant

Little Cloud Kites are 'delta' kites, and are easy to fly. Kites come with flight instructions and are guaranteed for lifetime repairs. Kites are 48 inches wide and 25 inches tall, with a frame of Canadian hardwood spars, and a sail of organic cotton. Customize your kite with watercolor paints to create a one of a kind piece.

Comes with 250 feet of super-strong 6-ply hemp string wound on an indestructible yellow-birch hardwood spool and a shoulder bag for added protection to your kite, has a pocket for your kite-string spool, and the shoulder strap makes walking and biking with your kite easier. Made with organic canvas.

Little Cloud Kites| Carleton County, Ontario, Canada | Est. 2014

Start a joyful practice with handmade, organic cotton kite sets with everything you need to fly. The wood for the spools and spars comes from FSC certified woodlots managed by Jim & Margaret Drescher of Windhorse Farm in Nova Scotia and each kite is handcrafted from organic cotton and test-flown by founder Leland Wong-Daugherty in Ontario. His inspiration? I learned they were revered in the East as vehicles for sending blessings and well-wishes. Kites deserve a rediscovery in our Western culture as a simple, yet profound tool, for getting us outdoors and lifting spirits.” By creating Little Cloud natural kites, it was Leland & Co’s hope to embolden others “to begin the quiet ritual of becoming attentive to the wind. May you find the parks, fields and beaches near you, that will allow you to commune with the sky, through your kite.”