KiteWing: Wind-Powered Action Sport Wing

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We love extreme sports, and we especially love devices that help push the boundaries on them. With that being said, it’s easy to see why we’ve fallen head over heals for the awesome KiteWing.

Just as the name of the device would suggest, KiteWing is a portable wing that you can use in conjunction with pretty much any board sport (roller blading as well) to catch some massive air. The oversized wing was designed to work not only on the tarmac, but also the snow, dirt and sea. There are absolutely no messy lines, no bulky control bar, just a design that is durable and responsive to the user. Adrenaline junkies will have no problem figuring out how to operate the wing, and when you’re all done using it, just fold it up, place in a lightweight bag, and off to your next adventure. There are several different models available to suit your needs. Check out the video below. [Via | Purchase]

KiteWing- Wind-Powered Action Sport Wing 1

KiteWing- Wind-Powered Action Sport Wing 2

KiteWing- Wind-Powered Action Sport Wing 3

KiteWing- Wind-Powered Action Sport Wing 4

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