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Draft
Sizes: 7, 9, 10.5, 12, 14, 17
High Performance Freeride/Big Air/Race
The Draft is a high performance freeride kite that generates powerful lift for boosting big airs and long gliding jumps.

It features a state-of-the-art airfoil design that excels at hooked-in riding, upwind performance, and competitive speed. The Draft’s new reduced leading edge taper adds rigidity to the wing tip, moving the axis of rotation closer to the center of the kite, resulting in sharper turning and a more precise bar feel.

It has five struts on the 7, 9, 10.5, and 12 sizes for optimum performance and added control in strong winds & three struts on the 14 and 17 sizes for light wind performance, smooth power delivery, and faster turning.

Key Features:
NEW Reduced leading edge taper
Reduced diameter struts by 20%
Static bridle platform
Excels at upwind performance, hooked-in riding and competitive speed
Powerful lift for boosting big airs and long gliding jumps

Ride
Sizes: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14
All-around Freeride
The Ride is for everyday kiteboarders looking for ease and simplicity.

The incredibly lightweight, two-strut design provides superior low-end performance due to its fuller center section, creating a drifting effect while maintaining smooth power delivery throughout turning. It also has a slightly flatter arc compared to other kites, which gives it more punch when sheeting-in and provides easy jumping along with that nice “sheet-in and go” feel.

The Ride has a new wing tip shape with increased leading edge curvature, which reduces the surface area allowing the kite to rotate with less drag on the water, resulting in an even easier water relaunch.

In addition, the Ride also features faster inflation and smaller packing for easy transport due to its fewer amount of struts, so it can travel anywhere and be the first kite to get out on the water.

Key Features:
Lightweight, two-strut design
“Sheet-in and go” feel & easy jumping
Superior low-end performance
Increased leading edge curvature in wing tip area
Incredible wing stability while resting on the water
Effortless water relaunch

Fly
Size: 15
Light Wind Freeride
The Fly is an exceptionally lightweight, freeride kite designed specifically to provide a smooth yet powerful ride in light to marginal wind conditions.

It has amazing low-end power due to its proven two-strut, easy-handling design, which also provides superior turning and control, allowing riders to practice their maneuvers no matter how light the wind is.

The Fly’s new reduced leading edge taper adds rigidity to the wing tip, moving the axis of rotation closer to the center of the kite, resulting in sharper turning and a more precise bar feel.

In addition, the Fly utilizes a swept back wingtip and anti-stiction window, improving water relaunch.

Key Features:
NEW Reduced leading edge taper
Lightweight, two-strut design
Amazing low-end power
Superior turning and control
Easy water relaunch
6m extension lines

Trip
Sizes: 8,10,12
Travel/Freeride/Wave
The Trip is a cutting-edge, strutless kite that is ideal for intermediate-to-advanced riders who want a versatile kite that surpasses expectations.

Its simple, no-strut design delivers the wind range of a larger kite while retaining the fast, precision turning of a smaller kite. It provides incredible low-end, yet manageable power, while its immediate and direct bar feel allows effortless jumping, wave riding, and cruising.

In addition, the Trip packs up 30% smaller than a kite with struts, so it makes the perfect travel companion.

Now available in 8, 10 and 12m sizes to accommodate different rider sizes and weights.

Key Features:
* No-strut design
* Wind range of a larger kite
* Precision turning of a smaller kite
* Direct bar feel
* Compact storage

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