A parafoil kite lacks a rigid structure and is formed by a series of aerodynamic cells that inflate with the wind (Flowform). When swelling in the air, the kite acquires a classic wing cross section. Parafoil kites are usually constructed with ripstop nylon.
Its main characteristics are its great ascensional strength and resistance. These kites are known for their great stability and strength, so they are used to fly individually, for KAP or as pilot kites or anchor to hang large turbines or volumetric comets of different shapes. They fly so much with soft wind, strong and gusty.
I have a HQ Flowform kite for moderate and strong winds. It behaves very stable and is excellent for KAP.
With one or several tails it is even more stable.