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Naish Cult
Naish’s tagline for the Cult kite is “Proven All-Terrain Performance” which pretty much says it all. If we were to put it in other words, we would have to say that the 2010 Cult is the type of kite that can be used by rider in an...
Naish Helix
Naish’s tagline for the Helix kite is “The Evolution of Cutting Edge Performance” and there couldn’t be more truth to that statement. If we were to compare the 2010 Helix kite to something, we would be forced to compare it...
Naish Sol 2008
The 2008 Naish Sol is an extremely fun twin tip board that is designed with freeride carving in mind. It edges upwind effortlessly, and it delivers an incredible ride for intermediate to expert riders who love slashing in flatwater and swell. The...
Naish Thorn 2008
The Naish Thorn was first introduced to the market in 2004. At that time is set the standard for high-performance twin tips – a thing that the 2008 Thorn is very much accustomed to. The Thorn has been tuned with the highest tension flex and...
Naish Haze 2008
Due to its versatile performance and reliable durability, the Haze range is the world’s most popular, longest running kiteboard model. The 2008 Haze is even better that all the previous Haze models. The Haze continues the Naish tradition of...
2008 Naish Cult kite review
Wingtip Improved relaunchability is achieved because the wingtips work with the Sigma shape of the kite in order to get it back in the air. Maximum depower and increased turning speed made possible by placing the attachment point on the wingt...
2008 Naish Helix kite review
Wingtip The Naish Helix has swept back wingtips, but the thing is that they go further back than any other model. The fact that the wingtips are swept back so much puts more force on the trailing edge. This in turn makes for faster turning. For mo...