This is a question that any kitesurfer asks when it’s time to renewing their material. If you are a rookie and it is the first time you are in this position you will probably have more doubts. This is why in this post we want to give you some tips to take into account before making your choice.
Kitesurfing – also called kiteboarding or flysurfing – has a very recent history, but the idea of using kites with propellers dates from the 12th century, when Polynesians, Indonesians and Chinese people used kites in their fishing boats to navigate.
Surfing, as well as a sport, is a lifestyle. Learn to surf is an experience that leaves a mark, but it is also true that surfing is physically very demanding – because it is a sport of balance and reflexes – and for which a lot of perseverance, patience and effort are required.
The origins of surfing are difficult to investigate since there are no written native documents, but it is clear that in the 18th century the inhabitants of Polynesia were already gliding over the waves on top of elongated canoes (called ehorooe)
This modality, which is becoming very popular at present, is being marketed to such an extent that it is inevitable that it will be the attraction and novelty of the coming months and even years.