Reedin SuperModel HTF | The Ultimate Kite for All Disciplines
Are you an avid kiter looking for a kite that can do it all? Look no further than the Reedin SuperModel HTF, designed by Damien Jordan, co-founder and head of design at Reedin Kiteboarding.
In this blog post, we'll explore the features that make this kite the ultimate choice for all kiteboarding disciplines and conditions.
Versatility and Performance
The primary goal of the SuperModel HTF is to provide riders with the ability to have as much fun as possible on the water. To achieve this, the kite has been designed to perform well in all disciplines, from strapless jumping to riding waves and everything in between.
Here are some of the key features that make this kite the ultimate choice for versatility and performance:
Improvements in one discipline lead to improvements in all disciplines. When designing the SuperModel HTF, Damien Jordan and his team tested the kite in all disciplines. They found that when they made improvements to the kite for one discipline, it also improved performance in other disciplines. For example, improving the kite's drift for power sessions made riding waves even more fun.
Turning and Handling
A perfect turn is essential. According to Damien, the most important thing in a kite is the way it turns. The perfect turn is one that responds instantly to bar input, has a radius that is not too small, and has a constant pull throughout the turn. This type of turn allows riders to perform tricks and maneuvers in any discipline.
HTF construction for improved turning. The SuperModel HTF features Hybrid Torsion Frame (HTF) construction for the leading edge. The center of the kite is made from a proven durable material, while the wingtip has a torsion zone made from a lighter material with a tighter weave.
This construction allows the torque and twist of the wingtip to be transferred to the entire kite, resulting in a kite that responds faster and turns faster with light bar input.
Design and Performance Features
The design and construction of the SuperModel HTF have been optimized for performance, resulting in a kite that performs well in all conditions. Here are some of the design and performance features of this kite:
The SuperModel HTF features smaller, lighter flex struts that allow the entire twist of the kite to be transferred to the canopy faster. This results in a kite that responds faster to steering and turns.
To distribute the load evenly across the canopy, the SuperModel HTF features seams that take some of the tension away from the leading edge and bring it back into the canopy. This results in a kite that has an even tension and better overall performance.
In conclusion, the Reedin SuperModel HTF is the ultimate kite for all kiteboarding disciplines and conditions. Its versatility and performance make it a top choice for riders who want to have as much fun as possible on the water.
Whether you're into strapless jumping, riding waves, or anything in between, the SuperModel HTF can do it all. With its HTF construction, flex struts, and load-distributing seams, this kite is optimized for performance in all conditions.
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