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From the Editor — Summer 2017

On August 16, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

Choosing a cover is probably one of the most difficult aspects of...

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[VIEWPOINT] Designing for Purpose

On June 5, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

As a designer, my guiding light is purpose. Cost, manufacturing, mass appeal,...

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2017 NORTH AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL GUIDES

On May 11, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

Add to Cart View Details North American Travel Guide $4.99 Add to Cart View Details International Travel Guide $4.99 To...

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The Triple-S Decade

On May 6, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

The history of kiteboarding competitions on American soil has been a checkered...

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Infinite Loop

On April 25, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

The hydrofoil has been solving all my problems lately, says Kai Lenny...

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Light at the End of The Tunnel

On March 27, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

Every product innovation has its shining celebratory moment, and for Naish s new...

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Elandia

On March 20, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

There is a hidden world beyond the known, a place obscured from...

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Blue Palawan

On February 6, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

Awaking to the faint sound of a neighboring rooster welcoming the rising...

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No Uncertain Matter

On February 2, 2017   |   By thekiteboarder.com

Bruce Johnson pulls up to the beach and can t stop smiling when...

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The Best of Barrels

On November 2, 2016   |   By thekiteboarder.com

Indonesia has always been a vector point, much like surfing, for some...

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