VERSATILE FREERIDE / CROSSOVER
3.5m, 5m, 7m, 9m, 10m, 12m, 14m
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT
- Versatile crossover kite
- Scaleable performance
- Designed to maximize progression
- Three strut simplicity
- Swept leading edge for stability
- Best relaunching kite to date
- Park and ride stability
The all new Radar kite intelligently combines raw performance with absolute simplicity. The Radar is a performance three strut kite with a park and ride power source. Any input given to the control system translates into an immediate response from the kite. The Radar is a full bodied, swept wing kite, meaning that you will not find an easier kite to relaunch when the kite hits the water. The generously curved leading edge makes the kite roll into the relaunch position with very little input from the rider. The Radar excels as a crossover kite with legit skills in freeriding, freestyle, and surfing.
Developed specifically for kitesurfing. Highly durable and low stretch in warp and weft. Excellent recovery on the bias. All Cabrinha kites are 100% 2DR Double Ripstop.
All Cabrinha kites are designed and built on a skeletal frame foundation. Skeletal frame technology allows us to make a lighter more durable kite by strategically placing the reinforcement weight materials into a framework that surrounds the lighter weight canopy
A dynamic arc allows the kite to have two distinct arc shapes. Tighter arc in flight for faster turning. Opens wide on the water for faster relaunch.
SPRINT Airlock Valve
Single point rapid inflation of the kite. The large one-way airlock valve quickly feeds air into all of the struts from a single location. It connects directly to the hose eliminating the need for an adapter. Once inflated you can lock off each strut independently.
Power Control Pigtails
Quickly adjust the power level of the kite. Each rear line “pig tail” connector has three power positions which you can connect to. The middle position is the factory recommended position. Create more power by connecting the knot closest to the kite or less power by connecting to the knot closest to the rider.