Seems like Naish is concentrating more in SUP than in kiteboarding these days...
How so? I mean the SUP market is already many times of KB market, but I don't really think it is very different. To me it seems Naish follows a few simple rules. Cover the basis very well, and then offer just about anything anyone can want around that.
Sure they have about 28 different SUP boards, but many they have probably 15 or so different kiteboards...in addition to well hell I don't even know how many kites 4 models? In a lot of different sizes?