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Starkites launches the ExA 2009 performance kites

9 January 2009 | 2:20 pm

Starkites is delighted to announce the launch of the ExA’09- our new line of performance kites that will blow your mind… Progressive kiters have a new hero!

The ExA combines the feeling and manoeuvrability of a C-shape kite with the wind range of a flat kite for freestyle riders ready to push the limits.

Taking advantage of all the latest technical innovations in the kiting industry, as well as our own very dedicated research and development, the ExA has been created tough and technical for unrivalled performance.

The special bi- and tri-radial hybrid structure generates and transmits the maximum possible power with the available wind. The ExA helps you get the reaction rate and control that has been developed specifically with freestyle riders in mind.

Starkites’ R&D team has devoted a large amount of time to testing and improving each detail of ExA’09. It has been developed using state of the art technology and Starkites’ specialised know-how to make this kite a market leader. The result is amazing… see for yourself!

Starkite Exa

Introducing the new way to perform! ExA 09 key highlights include:

Responsiveness & Steady power
: highly responsive with steady power means enhanced kite loops abilities and precsision piloting.

Easy hook-in and -out: new-school unhooked tricks and moves such as ralley style are much simpler to execute!

Excellent hang-time : allows you to have more time to rip it up while in the air and execute old-school and big air style moves with a more fluid movement!

Adjustable bar pressure : you ride the way you want – the bar is adjustable according to how much pressure you want to ride with!

Developed in close cooperation with our international Pro riders Jan Marcos Riveras and Alex Soto, and pushed to its limits, the ExA 09 helps make freestyle riding instinctive to riders.

[Source: Starkites]

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