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North Newsletter Issue 8/2014

Postby Toby » Wed Sep 03, 2014 10:58 am

North News:

Newsletter Issue 8/2014


- The new Vegas is out
- The Vegas product clip
- The new Wakestyle Bar
- The Hadlow set up
- A night to remember!


It's hot and it's here! The new 2015 Vegas has been reworked and redesigned for the best Freestyle, Wakestyle and contest performance as Aaron Hadlow heads for his 6th World Title. Don't miss out on any of the nitty gritty and watch the product clip to see the impressive new features this Vegas has to offer. Hadlow edition anyone? For 2015 we introduce the brand new Wakestyle Bar. A concept brought to life by North Kiteboarding and our highly experienced Freestyle/Wakestyle Team. Bringing enhanced pop and endless slack, the Hadlow conversion kit means you can personalise your set up to suit your style.

And finally, if you havn't done it already, we recommend cancelling all your plans and heading down to Tarifa. WET watersports will be throwing the party of the summer in celebration of the launch of the new Vegas and premier the video from our latest trip to the States.

It's the new Vegas baby!!
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The most progressive Wake- and Freestyle Kite of 2015 is here! The new Vegas is ready to rock and roll, so go big and 'pop it like it's hot!' With the help of Kiteboarding legend Aaron Hadlow himself, the Vegas is more hardcore and high performance than ever before. A more C-shaped Arc, combined with a deeper profile sees it sitting further back in the window for outstanding slack throughout tricks, whilst still delivering plenty of power. And if that wasn't enough, the most important feature has been made ever better; the power release delay has been lengthened giving a feather light feeling in the bar during your unhooked tricks. BOOM.


The Vegas product clip. All you need to know

With two set ups available to you this year, watch the clip to see which one will enhance your performance. With the Vegas being the most refined Freestyle and Wakestyle kite on the market, we've optimised its performance and widened its range of settings, by taking into consideration the individual preferences of those who love to ride this model. The Hadlow line set up finely tunes the Kite for competition riding, experts and Aaron himself.

Want to know more about the epic new Wakestyle Bar? Watch the clip.

The completely new Wakestyle Bar is influenced by the North Wakestyle/Freestyle Team and based around the Trust Bar. At 42cm the bar is significantly shorter in length, has a bigger Chicken Loop, 22m Lines and a low 5-line 'V' split just 2m away from the bar. Along with the Wakestyle Bar is a conversion kit allowing you to switch to the Hadlow set up. A true Wakestyle machine, it's a must for every Wakestyle/Freestylers quiver. Don't miss out and watch the clip.

The Hadlow set up. A detailed insight from Aaron Hadlow.

For a guy that probably spends more time than anyone else on this planet riding a kite, it's understandable why he cares so much about getting it right. Hadlow looks for a consistent driving turn that generates a constant power supply and a set up that keeps the kite solid, stable and ridged. It seems that with the new 2015 Vegas, he has found what he has been searching for and with his personal touch, thought and determination, could this be the combo of champions?


A night to remember!

It's fiesta time!! Clear your schedules people and make sure you're in Tarifa, Spain for the 4th of September when WET Watersports and North Kiteboarding will be throwing the party of the year. Yes, that's right, a magnificent shindig to celebrate the launch of the new, 2015 Vegas and premier the video from our latest trip to the States.

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