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PLKB Escape Review

Duotone MonoThe words we kept hearing after a flying the PLKB Escape was "that was a surprise!"

The Peter Lynn Escape has had us grinning in all conditions. Whether you use it waves or flat, freestyle or freeride activities, the Peter Lynn Escape seems to excel no matter what you throw at it.

 
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Duotone Mono Review

Duotone MonoWe get our hands on the Duotone Mono 9m in just 12 knots of wind on a foil-board.

We were pleasantly surprised when the Mono got me off the water and cruising along. 

Light wind relaunch was impressive, with the kite easily coming off the water with a pull on one steering line.

 
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Duotone Juice Review

Duotone JuiceWe get our hands on the Duotone Juice!  The low end of this kite is amazing! Get going on a foil in as little as 4mph!

Ideal for those wanting to fast track their foiling progression and lightwind twintip riding.

Quick to turn with floaty jumps and great sheet and go performance.
 
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Kevin Langree wins Red Bull King of the Air

Kevin Langeree Wins King of the Air 2019Kevin Langeree won a closely-contested three-man final battle at Kite Beach in Cape Town on Wednesday 6th February, to retain his title.

This is the Dutchman's third Red Bull King of the Air win, making him the biggest King of the Air rider on African soil.

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Ruben Lenten Joins the Ozone Team

Ruben Lenten Joins OzoneGood things take time. After 3 years of testing almost every kite on the market, Len10 has found a great brand to move forward with who share the same vision and above all passion. Let’s fly, Ozone!

Ruben will continue to drive the growth of Kitesurfing, together with Ozone's continual drive for producing innovative performance equipment this is a perfect match. 

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Jalou Langeree Crowned 2018 GKA Kite-Surf World Champion

Jalou Langeree Crowned 2018 GKA Kite-Surf World ChampionAfter winning the final two tour stops, Naish’s Jalou Langeree has been crowned the 2018 GKA Kite-Surf World Tour Champion.

Opting to ride the Naish Pivot and Skater, Jalou was feeling right at home in the onshore conditions at Point Danger in Torquay, Australia. 

The quick reaction of the Pivot allowed Jalou to make fast adjustments on the wave as well as provide superior low-end power in the onshore, light wind conditions.

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Nick Jacobsen joins North Kiteboarding

Nick Jacobsen joins North KiteboardingNorth Technology Group (NTG) is extremely proud to announce that world-renowned kiteboarder Nick Jacobsen has joined North Kiteboarding.

Danish daredevil Jacobsen, who jumped off of one of the tallest hotels in the world on his kite will become Team Manager for the North brand. Nick will be scouting for riders with talent, as well as working closely with Chief Kite Designer Pat Goodman, in the development of the 2019 product range.

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Kevin Langree wins Red Bull King of the Air

Kevin Langree King of the AirJanuary 31, 2018, Cape Town, South Africa – Taking the Naish Pivot to all new heights, Naish’s Kevin Langeree reclaimed the crown as the 2018 Red Bull King of the Air with Jesse Richman narrowly missing the podium with a fourth place finish.

The high-flying Dutchman had previously won the event in 2014 and missed it all together due to injury in 2017. This year was a triumphant return to the top step of the podium and joined an elite club as only the second kiteboarder to win two King of the Air titles.

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Strapless Kitesurfing: Where to place your feet

Strapless KitesurfingAre you getting into strapless kiteboarding? Are you unsure where to place your feet on the board? Find the ideal foot positions for a successful ride.

Strapless Kitesurfing is one the most exciting dimensions in kiteboarding. Riding a surfboard without any attachments allows you to enjoy the experience with total freedom.

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How to avoid collisions between kiteboarders

How to avoid collisions between kiteboarders In the kiteboarding universe, windy days can easily mean crowded waters. When dozens of near-invisible kite lines cross the skies, accidents can happen. Learn how you and others can lower chances of suffering unwanted crashes.

With more than 20 riders jumping, accelerating and performing tricks in the water, it's never easy to think and act fast. Knowing a kitesurfer's right of way is essential, but we never know what others are about to do.

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