Seat Harness & Waist Harness
The evolution of kitesurfing is going through one of its historical peaks. Kites, boards and soft gear have become more reliable, safer and comfortable for specifical riding conditions. Today´s kitesurfing market offers a wide variety of gear to suit most rider´s styles and personal preferences and limitations.
When it comes to choosing the right harness, a few doubts come in mind due to the vast options available throughout all brands. But they all share the same principle. So, lets dig a bit into them to clarify which harness will suit you best and will offer longer lasting rides according to your preferred style.
The Kitesurfing Right of Way Rules should be taken into serious consideration in order to maintain a safe riding experience. Kitesurfing is an expanding sport that has to offer so many different possibilities: from general back and forth freeride, to freestyle jumping, wave riding, hydrofoiling and even race riding. All of these riding styles share a common safety criteria that should ultimately rely on one single judgement: Common sense.
The Right of Way Rules will determine who has priority or right of way within the riding area. This implies one rider yielding or getting out of the way of another rider on any certain condition. Different situations can be presented while getting in/out of the water, crossing other riders in the same/opposite direction, jumping or even riding a wave. Lets take a look at the basic rules in order to keep the riding area free of hazardous situations.
Every beginner knows that feeling. You want to learn kitesurfing and you want to be on your kitesurfing board as soon as possible. But there are many important skills to learn before taking the board and ride the water.
Bodydrag is one of them. Bodydragging is the most important skills that all kitesurfer should know by heart.