One of the most successful wave kites in the business is back again, the Neo really needs no , but I’ll do my best anyway. The choice of champions, Airton Cozzolino and Matchu Lopes as well as the rest of the Duotone team the Neo has some pedigree. It’s still a three strut design packed with features like the Trinity…
The Pro Fish is a totally new design from Duotone shaper Sky Solbach. Aimed at the rider looking to rip in smaller waves it replaces the Nugget with a far more traditional-looking shape. It’s wide in the nose, with a flat rocker and a squashed fishtail. With a deep central channel and generous tail rocker, it adds a bit of…
The Pro Session from Duotone is their big wave carving weapon, exceedingly capable in medium to large waves the focus is on hold and drive in the turns. New for 2020 the board now features a 5 fin box setup allowing you to choose between three fins or a quad set up. Footstrap holes mean you can take this out…
The Pro Whip has long been a favourite board of ours, we’re big fans of the CSC shape - it makes it easy to travel with, and it’s also a Jack-of-all-trades board. For 2020 there has been a major overhaul from shaper Sky Solbach. The wide point has been moved further forwards, and there is an increase in nose rocker…
The Rebel was the kite that changed the dynamics of kiteboarding all those years ago, and it’s come a long way since then. The spearhead of the Duotone freeride range, for some kiters only a Rebel will do. It’s a 5 strut design that can be flown on 4 or 5 lines, although it’s worth noting Duotone’s shift towards a…
Just in case you haven’t heard the news, all your favourite North Kiteboarding products are now being produced by Duotone. Same riders, same designers, same team and the same great products, just with a new look and a new name on the fabric. The Dice has been around for years now and has an army of fans who I am…
The Evo from Duotone has a long heritage as the go-to all-rounder. First appearing in 2008, the Evo has come a long way since then. Still holding its Delta design, the kite has been refined over the past decade to become a genuine all-rounder for beginners and experts alike. The Evo features 3 Fusion struts, which allows for controlled distribution…
The Jaime has been a long-standing favourite around the world for all calibres of rider. An all-around freestyle outline, the Jaime has progressed with kitesurfing. The board has been designed as an all-around freestyle crossover board which will suit both enthusiastic beginners looking for a board to last, and also a board for those experienced riders who like to mix…
The Mono is a one-strut light wind kite aimed at the freeriders and foilers who want a kite that will get them out in the slightest of breezes and be a lightweight travelling partner too. Completely redesigned for 2019 the kite features a much deeper chord depth than previous versions, and the diameter of the leading edge has been increased…
The Duotone Neo needs no , but I’ll give it one anyway, this kite has been at the forefront of wave kite design for a long time. It’s won countless events and titles and is the weapon of choice for all the Duotone wave team. Think Airton Cozzolino, Matchu Lopez, Sebastian Ribeiro and Patri McLaughlin. It’s perfect for slaying down…
Now by Duotone, the Rebel has made a welcome comeback and continues to be one of the world’s most popular kites. A hybrid design for those who need a kite for boosting, cruising and all-around high performance freeride action, the Rebel has come back for 2019 as its best version yet. The Rebel is a 5-strut kite, has a high…
Recently undergoing a brand name change Duotone Kiteboarding is still producing those ever-classic boards and kites we know and love. This issue we are going to be taking a look at the 2019 Duotone Select twin tip. The Select is an all-round twin tip targeting the freeride market. Featuring a stepped mono concave base, soft flex and new space flex…
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Laci Kobulsky filmed and shared some seriously good footage over 2019 from 12 different countries - check out the highlights, right here!
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We've got a huge test this issue with kites, surfboards, twin tips and hydrofoils getting put through their paces, featuring Cabrinha, Naish, Duotone, Flysurfer, Ozone, INOBO, and SurfEars.
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Join Colleen Carroll as she takes a ridiculously long flight to go and explore the wilds of Namibia joining the Duotone team and getting well and truly off the beaten track!
More boards and kites get put through their paces this issue, check out the best tests in the business right here, this issue we have gear on test from Eleveight, F-ONE, Cabrinha, Airush, North Kiteboarding, Shinn, CrazyFly, Peterlynn, Kitelement and Inobo! Check them out here!
Join Artem Garashenko as he tries to ride the formidable Death Forest in Russia, it actually looks pretty good, but we're not so sure if it will end up on our kitesurfing bucket list!
Getting good content as a brand these days is hard, all the usual spots have been done and dusted. The Duotone Team head to Western Australia and put the miles in to get the shots, but it doesn't always come easy!
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Aaron Hadlow and Lewis Crathern step in to cover the Ruben Len10 Experience in Tarifa after Ruben broke his leg in Spain. Imagine booking onto a trip with Ruben, only to find Aaron and Lewis in charge!
Manuela Jungo sets sail for adventure on a kite cruise in Europe, looking at the images you would be forgiven for thinking it was shot in the middle of the Pacific. It turns out Greece has got it going on and kite cruising catamarans are well and truly on Europe’s doorstep!
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