This kite is a completely new kite from the ground up and designed to be better than previous kites in all areas of performance and usability. Watch some Videos of Kiting and Buggying!
The Rage has been designed to be a high performance traction kite suitable for all levels of kite flyer. It is an extremely versatile kite providing controllable, smooth, predictable power with reduced lift.
The Rage is suited for everything from teaching basic kite skills, learning how to snowkite, kite landboard or buggy, through to being a high performance kite for experienced buggiers. This is a kite that you can learn on, but will never outgrow.
The Rage can generate serious power in the right wind conditions and yet the kite is still easy to handle. The power from the Rage comes with reduced lift so it is perfect as a traction kite for a buggy.
The Rage comes in 5 sizes - 1.8m, 2.5m, 3.5m, 4.7m & 6.0m.
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