Skywatch Wireless Bluetooth BL500 Windmeter$224.95
New Crazyfly Cooler Bag is the perfect combination of thick heavy-duty insulation to keep 'em cold with space saving functionality. Holds 24 Cans or 12 Bottles with ease.
The PKS EZ Leash Connect is a simple way to add a connection point to any harness for kitesurfing or windsurfing. Just larkshead the webbing onto a strong convenient place, and you've got the perfect place to clip your safety leash.
The unique hour glass design of the inflatable tube structure places the self righting buoyancy at a high pivot point. This distribution of flotation will power roll your board right side up if it lands foot straps down in the water, (foot straps down create drag, slowing the boards drift).
The PKS Kite Sand Weight Bag is an essential item for kiteboarders. You can use the sand weight bag to stop your kite from blowing away on a windy day, reduce wear on your kite sail by stopping fluttering when the kite is parked, and it can also be used for self launching. It also works great to self-launch a foil kite if you have a grassy launch spot.
The PKS Self-Launch Sand Anchor is another true innovation in the world of kiteboarding and self-reliance. If you live in a place where you can't drive on the beach and there are no viable options to hook your self-launch tool to, this is the product for you.
The PKS Handy-Dandy Self Launch Tool: We would like to introduce you to another innovative Product that most everyone can use! This little dandy is what every KiteBoarder needs in their arsenal. For those days when everyone else is working and you find you’re self alone at your favorite Kite Spot and no one to launch or land your kite. Now you’re no longer limited to needing someone to launch or land your kite.
It’s Simple with the PKS Handy-Dandy Self Launch Tool...
Spreader bar lock tube is great because it can work with ANY spreader bar! This lock tube functions the same as lock tubes that come standard with most modern bar setups. Attach it to your spreader bar and you can use it with any depowerable kite even if the bar system does not have a lock tube, but ONLY for use with depowerable bow and SLE kites.
The HitchSafe makes any kiteboarders life easier. Figuring out what to do with the keys before going surfing or kiteboarding can be a big pain but we finally found a good affordable solution that only takes a couple minutes to install. To access your keys you simply release the Rubber dust cover (made to look like any normal Hitch Cover), enter in your personal 4 number dial combination...
The NEW KeyGuard Pro Key Safe is the professional’s choice because it offers a product that addresses professional’s demands. The KeyGuard Pro Key Box offers unique features such as the keypad and optional locking shackle. Along with this, is the large storage area which holds keys and cards. These features and others are offered at a price lower than leading competitive lockboxes.
The PKS Wetsuit Ankle Cuff Straps prevent water shooting up your wetsuit and filling the legs of your wetsuit. The 3/4" webbing makes the straps light-weight yet strong, and Velcro makes it quick and easy to adjust from 2" - 4" to fit any rider. Works on any wetsuit with full legs, old or new.
The PKS Changing Towel lets you quickly change clothes for your next kiteboarding session without waisting time or getting arrested for indecent exposure. The simple design is hand-crafted in the U.S. and reinforced in all the right areas to make sure it lasts. The Changing Towel also makes a great gift for any water sports enthusiast.
Although it's true that the majority of kiters are guys, we realize that there are a larger number of girls kiting today. So finally, after much pleading, we made a changing towel with colors in mind for a girl. Teal and magenta with white accents and a convenient hook to hang for easy drying.
Dakine's Kiteboarding specific hook knife has 2 Anonized Aluminum opposing blades for easy and instand cutting, and comes with easy-mounting sheath. w/sewn-in loop to mount to your harness, etc.
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