Outrage 2005

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Brand: Windwing


  • 8.0
  • 10.0
  • 12.0
  • 14.0
  • 17.0


The 2005 Outrage can be flown in three different configurations: Traditional hard-line, S.A.F.E. mode, and JumpStart re-Launch mode.

In Traditional "hard-line" mode the Outrage is a big boosting, upwind cutting, floaty lofting machine that is reasonably easy to traditional relaunch.

In S.A.F.E. mode, the S.A.F.E. System allows nearly 100% de-power and controlled landing in overpowered or gusty conditions, using a 4-line system that goes beyond advantages claimed by current 5-line systems.

In Jumpstart mode the Outrage is re-launchable by simply pulling on the back lines. The re-launch system is 100% concealed within the trailing edge of the kite, making it simple and free of pulleys or other specialized parts.

Performance Characteristics

  • Faster turning H.A. kite
  • Maximum lift and boost
  • Maximum range, speed, and upwind VMG


  • High Aspect
  • High-Performance
  • Maximum Hang-Time
  • Water or Snow Use
  • SAFE System Compatible
  • JumpStart Relaunchable

In 2004, Windwing Designs came up with a revolutionary breakthrough in kite safety and range enhancement. This patent-pending technology, dubbed the S.A.F.E. (Simple, Aerodynamic, Four-line, Extended-range) system, will change the way people look at kiting from now on.

S.A.F.E. System

The S.A.F.E. System is comprised of four elements - kite geometry, S.A.F.E. bridle attachments on the kite's shoulders, a front line load transfer bridle at the wingtip, and an extended-range control bar.



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Outrage 2005 8.0 - kiteforum.com

Outrage 2005 12.0 - kiteforum.com

Outrage 2005 14.0 - kiteforum.com

Outrage 2005 12.0 + 17.0 - kiteforum.com

Trim Tips

Attachment Points

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Relaunch Trim

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