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2019 Naish Pivot Freeride / Wave Kite


Features:Quad-Tex Ripstop Fabric = Stiffest, strongest canopy material on the marketShark Teeth Trailing Edge = Reduces weight while minimizing & dispersing canopy flutterPrecision turns on a smal..

  • Brands Naish
  • Product Code: 112301
  • Availability: In Stock

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  • Quad-Tex Ripstop Fabric = Stiffest, strongest canopy material on the market
  • Shark Teeth Trailing Edge = Reduces weight while minimizing & dispersing canopy flutter
  • Precision turns on a small axis with minimum power increase in the turn
  • ABS Bridle = Consistent forward drive + maximum depower + no back-stalling
  • Sheet-in-and-go feel + easy jumping
  • Quick water relaunch
  • Natural drifting effect
  • Constant leading edge taper = Increased rigidity in wing tip for sharper turning
  • High-flow valve
  • Octopus Inflation System = Lightest, easiest single-point inflation system delivering uniform pressure in the struts and leading edge
  • Bladder Lock = Secures bladders ends and prevents slippage
  • HT Plus = This high-tensile thread fortifies the leading edge along the seam, so you can confidently inflate to higher pressure for better flying characteristics
  • Angled Wing Tip = Torsion transmission to entire LE and low drag on water for relaunch
  • Three-strut Design = Lightweight, light wind performance + faster turning
  • Swept Arc = The arc generates maximum projected area for power and lift while the swept design provides precision turning, control and ideal relaunch capabilities
  • Evolutive Profile = The profile's depth and shape evolves along the airfoil, helping create a fast flying, stable kite with less back stalling. The center sections generate power thanks to a deeper profile, while the flatter profile in the tips minimizes drag and allows faster turning
  • Radial Segmented Arc = The radial segmented shape uses short linear segments to accurately form the kite's arc
  • Low Drag Wing Tip = This wing tip geometry decreases the overall surface area of the non-lifting portion, greatly reducing drag. The more efficient the lift/drag ratio becomes, the faster the wing tip can move through the air. This allows the kite to be both quicker and more responsive through turns

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