Year: 2010

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VIDEO: Dark Side of the Lens

If you think you have gnarly conditions, you should watch what photographer and bodyboarder Mickey Smith has to deal with.
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Rider Profile: Sam Light

Rumor has it that not only does Sam kill it on the water, but he’s also an English gentleman who can fix you up a proper cup of tea.
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Rider Profile: Claire Lutz

Originally from a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan, when Claire first saw kiteboarding she decided that was what she wanted to do more than anything.
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Caution 2011 Kiteboarding Gear Preview

For 2011 Caution has streamlined its kite offerings to a single line of kites, combining all the best features from their 2010 line into a single kite.
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Nobile 2011 Kiteboarding Gear Preview

For 2011, Nobile will offer three next-generation kites and focused their R&D on retuning each of their canopies to offer faster turning, more power, and stable performance.
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RRD 2011 Kiteboarding Gear Preview

While many companies seem to be releasing more products marketed as being all-around, RRD is taking a different approach and is offering four kites this year that are each being marketed for a specific purpose.
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Wainman Hawaii 2011 Kiteboarding Gear Preview

In answering our questions, R&D Manager Mike Husky hinted at the possibility of some new Rabbits and even a single size of the long anticipated Wainman C-kite, but is keeping the details vague.
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August 2010

*13,000 Miles of Kitesurfing: 15 Countries over 145 Days in a VW Van *From the Beginning: An interview with Wainman Hawaii's Franz Olry *Instructional: Nuclear Grab, Unhooking in Waves, Hitting a Slider
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INSTRUCTIONAL: The Costs of Kiteboarding

Many people who may be interested in kiteboarding are turned away from the sport because of the initially large investment that it takes to get going as a kiteboarder.
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Even for many seasoned riders, riding toeside seems to be an elusive skill, not because it’s hard to do, but because it’s hard to do well.
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