This is a great kite knife made from yellow toughened plastic it has a single internal blade. And comes with a carry case with a loop hole for connecting to harnesses or belt straps. Comes in black or the prefered yellow.
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Course Description A-1 *Carry and set up the lines and kite *Determine the wind direction and upwind and downwind (windward, leeward). *Pilot a small kite (inflatable, stunt kite, foil ) on the wind window edge and maintain it close to the ground. *Know how to stop the kite power in case of problem by releasing the bar. Be aware that the kite leash must be worn at all times, before kite launching and until landing.
B-1 *Be aware of the area where the kite can fall down wind to the pilot. *Recover the kite on land. *Position the kite on request from 9 to 3 oclock on the wind window edge. *Launch a kite with an assistant and choose the right angle to the wind. *Pilot the kite in the power area without crashing it. *Twist and untwist the lines while the kite flies. *Recover a kite and secure it on land. *Land a kite with the help of an assistant.
C-1 *Pilot a kite hooked to the harness. *Pilot hooked to the harness with one hand. *Activate the harness release system or quick release located on a leader line.
D-1 *Perform a downwind course by body dragging and using the power of the kite.
E-1 *Relaunch a kite from the water. *Wind the lines in the water and recover the kite. *Perform a self-rescue in deep water. *Launch a kite alone on land. *Identify potential wind obstacles creating lift or down draft and be able to define the wind direction. Understand that practice with onshore wind is dangerous.
With KiteboardingUK one day course you will also get the chance to kiteboard for the first time, Using a directional or twin tip you will take your first water starts and hopefully your first ride. At the end of the course you will be a Kiteboarder level 1
The 54 combines the performance of a small wave surfboard with an incredible throw around factor.
The 54 features a concave deck for low center of drive and improved strapless performance.
The 56 is the perfect all-round performer; the medium volume ensures great performance in a diverse range of onshore to cross-onshore conditions.
Ideal for medium to heavier and lightwind riders, the 58 absolutely rips while having enough buoyancy for paddle surfing up to an advanced 85 kg rider in small surf (up to shoulder high).
The 510 has a unique design pushing the envelope of extreme lightwind wave performance by allowing you to ride aggressively in the most marginal conditions. At the same time, the 510 Cypher has wave engineered heritage which ensures significant crossover surf potential.
Active available only in 58 and 510
The Flying V bottom shape featured in the Cypher improves directional stability and control, while simultaneously improving rail-to-rail carving. This is achieved through a unique Spiral V through the planning area of the board with a flat tail section to help the board to snap through the last part of the turn.
This board is ideal for riding strapless, you can shuffle forwards in light wind and when going upwind and then widen your stance and move further back when riding. Because of the wider tail and the amount of hip on the Cypher, you need to move your back foot, and your center of gravity, quite far back to snap off the top.
One of the benefits of the surfinz box is that you can move the fins closer together (forwards/backwards) and this has quite a big impact on the Cypher. Try the fin in the center positions and then move the back fins backwards, and the front fins forwards if you would like to increase directional stability. Do the opposite if you would like to make the board more loose.