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2019 RRD RELIGION MK9

6m – $1595 | 7m – $1675 | 8m – $1750 | 9m $1850

Bar = $580 //  Kite with bar = + $450

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WAVE

The MK9 has undergone only minor changes compared to our most successful wave kite, the Religion MK8. The large sizes, 9m up to 12m, remain virtually the same while the smaller sizes, 8m down to 4m, have a revised leading edge and again the addition of a pulley. These changes on the smaller sizes allow the kite to self regulate in stronger conditions, which makes you hold on comfortable in stronger winds. Next to that it increases the wind range, and provides more hang time for those who still like to send it!

If speed is what you need, the MK9 is our fastest version yet! This significant boost in speed and performance position this kite into a more specific and focused wave catching machine. Unlike most fast turning surf kites on the market, the Religion MK9 still maintains that signature pull and power which helps to get in a few extra turns down the line.

(https://www.robertoriccidesigns.com/equipment/kite/kites/religion-mk9/)


2018 GLOBAL BAR V8

$550 or $450 with a kite.

MK8 BAR

CONTROL BAR

The version 8 of a great bar with a great history of performance and reliability. The Global Bar V8 has been designed around the idea of safety, functionality and durability. We have taken out any unnecessary items instead of adding them, to make every component more functional. Simply said :”you cannot break what does not exist”. A simple bar that works everyday, for a long period of time. All our 4 line bars are the same width and have the same line length and work on all of our 4 line kite sizes and models. So you just need one bar for all your RRD kites. (Except for the 5 line Obsession Pro model).

+ RIGID LINES

lines

WHY ARE THE ‘RIGID THREAD LINES’ DIFFERENT?

The difference of our lines is that conventional Dyneema braided lines also have excellent breaking resistance characteristics, but can’t keep their original length when under tension. This is due to their entirely braided structure that sees the fibers being crossed over each other with an angle of approximately 30° compared to the load angle (0°). Once a conventional braided line is under tension its fibers will tend to align towards the load line and progressively start to stretch. A conventional braided line will stretch up to 1% of their original length when under load. (so a 25 meter line can stretch up to 25 cms).