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Meet WOW: Liquid Force’s Brand New Kite


Designed for the ultimate surf-like feel, WOW lets you focus on the wave, not the kite

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Mille Lacs Kite Crossing: 11 Years and Going Strong


Kickers, big air, racing, and beer. If this sounds like your kind of party, read on

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The Most Epic Kite Blooper Reel, Ever

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Caught on camera in Baja. If this doesn't make you laugh out loud, nothing will

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Wave Competition Wraps Up in Dakhla


Jalou and Keahi earn their wins at the 2015 Virgin World Championships in Morocco

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Larger Than Life


Follow the this team on an epic road-trippin' kite adventure, chasing wind across the U.S.

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Montana Rooted: Balance


This is a story about snowkiting, Montana, a single father, and a life worth living

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The 2015 Naish Skater Sport

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This board is a skateboard, and the ocean is your skatepark

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República Dominicana


When it comes to early spring riding on crystal blue waves, Cabarete delivers.

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Up Your Game


Naish officially announces their 2015/16 Collection with four new kites

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The NF2 Foilboard: the Best of Two Worlds


Slingshot and Lift team up to bring a brand new product to market in 2015

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Foilboarding Tips: Turning and Jumping

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The third and final riding tutorial from our friends at Liquid Force

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Registration for Windfest 2015 Officially Opens


Start your summer kite vacation planning now. Register for this event at Nitinat Lake on Vancouver Island.

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The 2015 Snowkite Masters Event is a Wrap

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This is how they do it in Switzerland: good times and great snowkiting

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The Green Room


Some of the world's best wave riders (and one photographer) talk barrels

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Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland 2

Winter must be cold and snowy (said no one, ever). How's about a season in Latin America instead?

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