For many the lure to kitesurfing was one thing. Air. We were mesmerised by riders soaring to the sky with just a board attached to their feet, powered by nothing more than the natural element of wind. Boundaries were broken and a whole new generation started. Flat water, waves, strong wind, light wind, everywhere became a playground for people taking to the sky.
Over two decades later, we are back to where we all began with a desire to not only continually experience flight ourselves, but also see others pushing the boundaries of what is possible, both on kites and wings.
Water is our playground whether it’s in a liquid or frozen state. Kiting or winging, we relish the time we get on the water, it’s a break from the everyday, it’s an escape to an incredible world where we are able to bend the laws of physics. A place where it’s you, the elements, and your friends. We push each other, we are competitive, but one thing is always the same. Smiles are infectious, and the person having the most fun is always the winner.
It’s not about what % lighter or stronger new materials are. It’s about what they do to make your time on the water even better.
We are not here to spout out numbers to wow people with ‘Our material is this much stronger, this much lighter’. We are lighter in weight, we are more durable, but the reason we use these materials is far more than that. We use them to change the way you experience your wind sports. We use them to help us change the way people look at inflatable structures. We use them because they are the best materials for what we do.