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Weekly Weather Report

Weekly Weather Report

Happy Monday! Time for another weekly weather report. We hope everyone is enjoying their summer thus far and have been enjoying whatever summer activities have come your way. As of right now, the week ahead is offering a variety of...

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Atlantic Hurricane Season 2017: Are you prepared?

Atlantic Hurricane Season 2017: Are you prepared?

The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season is upon us and, according to The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), it is going to bring higher chances of activity than last year, with a prediction for above-normal probability. Are you prepared?  For...

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Hyperflex Wetsuit Closeout Sale

Hyperflex Wetsuit Closeout Sale

Warm water and hot days are upon us and with that comes the ability to get into the water wearing only board shorts or a bathing suit. Having this “freedom” of outerwear makes kiteboarding or any watersport even more enjoyable. We...

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Light Wind Days Are Here

Light Wind Days Are Here

Light wind days are here, but that does not mean your kiteboarding days need to be limited! Like with anything, having the right equipment for the job makes all the difference. Kiteboarding is no exception to this rule; the lighter...

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It’s about to get WINDY! Time to kiteboard.

Finally, after what seemed like a very long stint of early summer doldrums, we are going to have a few days of solid wind! Coming off of such a spectacularly windy spring, it has been almost painful to endure the...

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FKRL 2017 Spring Foil Regatta Recap

FKRL 2017 Spring Foil Regatta Recap

Florida Kite Racing League 2017 Spring Foil Regatta When: May 5th, 6th, & 7th, 2017 Where: St. Petersburg, Florida (Pass-A-Grille Beach) Sponsors: Elite Watersports, Liquid Force, Slingshot, F-One, Delta Hydrofoil, Ride Engine RACE RECAP Friday: May 5th, 2017 Friday was...

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Race Bar Line Lengths

So the big talk is always about line lengths. In the foil scene it use to be known to go with long lines in order to stretch the limits of using the smallest kite possible. Well that’s true for free...

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