So now what do I have to do?
you have to do something that your average rider does not often do. Choose the right board for your ability. You see, you may want to be a freestyle champion, but if the reality is that you like to cruise up and down and jump high in the air then you will be much better suited to a freeride board than a dedicated freestyle machine – and your knees will thank you too.
If you ride somewhere where the wind is often light, go a size up and try a longer and slightly wider board, as it will help you maximise your time on the water.
If you are travelling around the world but not on ‘official’ kite trips or need to save space, take a split board, you can hide them in your normal luggage and your boss will never know what you did out of office hours on your business trip.
Finally what brands board lineup would be complete these days with a foil. The hottest thing in kiteboarding right now and SU-2 have you covered.
Visit www.su-2.com for more information and don’t forget you can follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
Design: Mateusz Obarek
Photos: Jakub Obarek & Piotr Zabierzowski.