Performance is about responsiveness, precision, handling balance and most importantly; the riders experience. This is why we work tirelessly on perfecting our designs to match our heritage of class leading design, ease of use, assured stability and sophisticated craftsmanship.
Developed upon the backbone of the Vapor, the most successful fixed bridle racekite of the last decade. And built with only high-end, ultra-light materials and the latest construction methods. The Aero is designed for uncompromised racing performance but also to offer you ease of use and stability to put a smile on your face whenever you pull the bar to leave everything and everyone behind.
At the same time it is created to get you going in the lightest of breezes because there are few things in life that make your daily troubles disappear like the peaceful mellow of a light wind session. Be it cruising desolate beaches, riding snow covered hills or foiling glass lagoons.
Let the Aero be your ticket to sessions never before possible and enjoy the tranquillity of riding in the lowest winds and maximize the time you can spend out there doing what you love most.
The Aero is water re-launchable. Its closed cell construction and coated UL fabrics keep water out and the air in. It is recommended to practice this in shallow water before venturing deeper. Better still would be to keep it in the air at all times! Do not use in waves.
To guarantee your safety the Aero features the proven and trusted industry standard flag out system. It is recommended to check bridle lines, pulleys and the speed system for possible tangles before re-launching.
Care for materials
Like any performance specific gear it is built out of extremely light weight materials which are more prone to damaging and/or stretching. While we have chosen only the highest quality materials it is still necessary to carefully maintain the kite, special attention should be paid to the bridling and speedsystem.
Advanced skill requirement
The Aero is one of the easiest high performance foils on the market, it does however require insight on how to fly these types of kites to prevent potentially dangerous situations. Even if you have the skills required, do not fly in weather conditions that are unpredictable or dangerous, like offshore winds and/or (thunder)storms.