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Kite Knife 8" Yellow Plastic

Kite Knife 8

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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19.00

KiteboardingUK.com IKO/BKSA Discovery Kiteboarder Program 1 Day Only - £130 Email Us for more info!

KiteboardingUK.com IKO/BKSA Discovery Kiteboarder Program 1 Day Only - 130 Email Us for more info!


Please email us for dates and availability of the lessons!


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 o’clock 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

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Red Air SUP 10'8" Mega

Online Catalogue | Stand Up Paddleboarding  | Red Air Stand Up Paddleboards  | Red Air SUP 2012 |  Red Air SUP 10'8" Mega

Red Air 10'8" SUP

Enter the Red Paddle Co Ten Eight Mega. It was a huge technical challenge to design an inflatable that could work with this width and volume, but we’ve cracked it! Thanks to the unique Red Air construction methods, you can pump this baby up to a high pressure – more pressure equals more volume. You can pump the Mega so it’s rock solid and stable, even with a huge weight on board.

The combination of overall width plus the wide tail creates an unbelievably stable platform. You’re probably thinking, hmmm, anything that big will probably be slow and lifeless. Not so! Admittedly it’s never going to win any races, but it still feels lively and responsive – we’ve put it head to head against every other 34cm+ board on the market and it blows them all away. The Mega is completely unique. There’s nothing else like it on the market – indeed, nobody else could make it the same as we do.

The Ten Eight comes complete with a carry bag and special Red Paddle Co Ezee pump, which makes inflation to 15-20psi really easy, leaving you more time to paddle. It’s easy to pack and store the boards at the end of the season.

Why Red?

This is a question we get asked all the time.Almost as though they are trying to catch us out and wait for us to admit that our boards are just standard inflatables.The really good thing is that there is a major difference between us and all the other brands and it doesn’t take us long to explain.

You can pretty much narrow the differences down as far as the boards go to two very important factors:

Internal Construction

All Red Air boards use our Quadruple Rail construction. In an inflatable board there is one massive area of weakness – the rails.This is where the material is joined and this is where you would have problems if you were ever going to get a leak.The Rails on a Red Air are 4 x thicker than any other brand.You could wear through 3 layers and still have an air tight board.All other boards are single layer – it only takes one contact with a sharp edge to rip a hole in a single rail board creating disaster. It isn’t just a case of sticking extra layers on.We place each layer in the right place and join them exactly.

Air Pressure

All Red Air boards can take a lot of air pressure. Most other brands only recommend 15psi (any more than this and the risk of explosion or leaks increases).We have pressure tested our boards to 3 times this pressure.The harder the board the better it performs. Don’t settle for a 15psi max board. Get a Red – The real deal.

The third factor is that we are 100% inflatable.We don’t do anything else.We are specialists and we know more than most about inflatable boards.We are passionate about our brand, the inflatable concept and we use the boards ourselves.There is no comparision.

We are sure that once you try a Red you will love it.The proof is in the paddling.

10'8
10'8
10'8
Red Air SUP 10'8Red Air SUP 10'8" Cali


Price: 639.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Online Catalogue | Stand Up Paddleboarding  | Red Air Stand Up Paddleboards  | Red Air SUP 2012 |  Red Air SUP 10'8" Mega

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