Naish Kiteboarding: the 2015 surprises are out there

The company based in Maui, Hawaii, built its first kite in 1998. Since then, original windsurfer Robby Naish has been working to develop innovative kiteboarding gear.

The 2015 line by Naish says, "it's time to break the mold." So stir your senses and explore the new products made available by the legendary water sports insignia.

"The 2015 Fusion Control Systems have been redesigned with state-of-the-art technologies, working in unison to provide a function-rich design for an exciting, secure and seamless riding experience," underlines Naish.

"At Naish we firmly believe that no matter what sport you choose, no matter how good you are or where you happen live, that every day on the water is a good day."

"It may be difficult to describe in words, but the cumulative experiences and stoke that come from your time on the water is priceless, especially when you're riding a Naish. Our 2015 range is packed with emotion like never before."

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