2014 gear

2014 Buyer’s Guide: Ozone

The biggest news for the 2014 Ozone product line is their new push away release system, the ability to offer custom colors and graphics, and a complete redesign of the Reo surf kite... Read More...

2014 Buyer’s Guide: Mystic

For 2014 Mystic has updated their popular line of harnesses and wetsuits and introduced a few new products including a line of helmets and the KRS, a spreader bar with a built-in quick release. ... Read More...

2014 Buyer’s Guide: Manera

Focusing on products that are in contact with your body, Manera is launching with the unique EXO harness and a few other accessories with many more in development. ... Read More...

2014 Buyer’s Guide: F-One

The seventh generation of the popular Bandit has been completely redesigned by a new designer and the twin tip line now features HRD rails, a radical new rail shape for kiteboards.... Read More...

2014 Buyer’s Guide: CrazyFly

Based in Slovakia, CrazyFly is a family business that distributes kites, boards, and accessories to 60 countries and also has their own factory where they produce their boards and bars in house.... Read More...

2014 Buyer’s Guide: CORE

Easily recognizable by the yellow and white color scheme on all their products, CORE has developed a North American following after being introduced to the North American market just a few years ago.... Read More...

2014 Buyer’s Guide: Cabrinha

After a big revamp of the entire line in 2013, the 2014 product year sees more improvements from Cabrinha including the return of the light wind Contra kite and the introduction of a very unique adjustable control bar. ... Read More...