The 2017 Cruze, light wind special.
Cruze is a dedicated lightwind kite in CrazyFly range coming only in 15, 17 and 19m sizes. With a Flat-Delta shape, deep profile, and high aspect ratio, the Cruze generates a lot of power even in marginal wind conditions. Despite its larger size, the Cruze maintains the agility of a smaller kite thanks to its shape. Squared wingtips ensure stability as well as quick and precise turning. CrazyFly stripped down weight wherever possible without sacrificing the rigidity of the kite. Of course, the Cruze kite is made in Europe!
The 2017 Tango – anything you want.
The 2017 Tango is a high performance freeride and wave kite for advanced to expert riders. The Tango is a modern open C-shape kite with lots of pull, power and pop. The new Tango loves boosting and floaty jumps with amazing hang time. It turns quickly with predictable power and moves exactly where the rider wants it to go. Powered kite loops come with ease, plus the Tango provides amazing upwind abilities.
The 2017 Sculp – One world, one kite.
The Sculp is a versatile all-around performer, suitable for a wide range of riders and styles. It delivers consistency in all riding disciplines and offers incredible wind range and ease of use. For 2017, CrazyFly have completely re-worked the Sculp, as it is now made in their own kite factory which opened up unlimited options for improvements and innovation. The Sculp has higher aspect ratio, which makes it slimmer and much faster. This also results in a more Delta shape which offers smooth, stable, and predictable flight with progressive power delivery.
The Rookie trainer kite is the perfect trainer kite to get started in kiteboarding or traction kiting. This smaller kite and two-line control bar will teach you basic kite handling skills and also about the wind before you move up to a full-sized water, snow, or land kite. Trainer kites are fun and easy for anyone to fly. Take one to the park or beach with your family and friends or tow yourself down the sidewalk or in a parking lot on a skateboard. When the winds pick up a bit, trainer kites can deliver impressive speed and enough power to pull you down the beach.