The 2013 Naish Park Kite is the one kite that does it all – any rider, any style, any condition.
The 2013 Naish Park Kite three-strut design and Swept Compact C outline results in a very stable and responsive kite. The 2013 Naish Park Kite has a powerful profile and leading edge give the rider good low-end power and consistent pull over a wide range of wind speeds. The 2013 Naish Park Kite uses just enough sweep to maximize depower and allow for easy relaunch. The Swept Compact C platform remains very close to a real C-shape in order to provide the crispness and feel in the bar that you really need. The 2013 Naish Park Kite is designed with fun in mind, the Park provides the rider with the power to boost, the handling to hit the lip with style and the ability to feel good in any condition.
2013 Naish Park Kite Specs.
2013 Naish Park Kite Technology
The Swept Compact C-shape blends the pop and lift of a C-kite with the power, control and turning of a swept leading edge kite. In addition, it provides ideal relaunch capabilities.
The Power Foil Canopy has horizontal seam shaping. The result is a kite that creates instant lift.
The profile’s depth and shape evolves along B-B the airfoil. The center sections generate power and speed. The tips are fast turning and minimize drag. This creates a fast flying, stable kite with less back stalling.
The Radial Segmented C-shape generates the C-arc using short linear segments to accurately form the kite’s arc.
The-angle-of-attack on the wing tips has been increased to keep them more actively engaged. When bar input is added, the wing tip instantly reacts and produces drag, while the opposite wing tip instantly accelerates. This allows the kite to turn quicker.
This wing tip geometry reduces the overall surface area of the non- lifting portion, which greatly reduces drag. The more efficient the lift/drag ratio becomes, the faster the wing tip can move through the air. This allows the kite to be both quicker and more responsive through turns.
his proven, quick and easy single-point inflation system creates uniform pressure in the struts and leading edge. The Naish exclusive one-way internal valve ensures that the pressure in the struts does not change during turns.
Every strut is attached to a frame of heavy duty Dacron that is then sewn onto the canopy for unmatched resistance to wear and heavy loads
All wing tips are designed with seams running parallel to the load generated by the flying lines. These seams carry most of the load, and spread it higher into the canopy. This construction avoids fatigue on the fabric and in the wing tip area.
The wing tip features a flow-through window, which reduces static friction and allows for easy relaunch by letting water drain instantly.
With all the new options available in light wind boards, riders are pushing the envelope of what is considered rideable. The new LWR (Light Wind Relaunch) gives the rider complete confidence when going out in the lightest of winds. This system lifts the wing tip independent of the rear leader line, and cups the trailing edge for instant relaunch. The LWR works when nothing else will.
2013 Naish Park Kite Construction
Easy access zipper placement
Extremely easy access to the internal valve when replacing bladders.
Patches along LE segments to protect the seams.
Molded TE reinforcement
Optimal trailing edge protection with a molded reinforcement at the end of each strut.
Large thermo-molded bumpers wrap around the leading edge, which provide seam protection when landing and launching the kite
Vertical seam struts
A reduction in the number of pieces used in the struts means more precision in defining the canopy profile. The seams are also reinforced with an extra layer of webbing, and double zigzag stitches to avoid breakage
2-piece leading edge
This construction provides better twist control of the leading edge, and improves turning performance.
Deflate valve double Velcro closure
The deflate valve has a double-Velcro closure design to ensure closure during impact.
Reinforced Ztrut Zippers
A double-Velcro flat enclosure ensures that the zipper will not fail under load.
One-way Inflation Valves
All LE inflation valves incorporate a ball system to eliminate air escape when removing the pump nozzle.
Inflation Pressure Gauge
All Naish pumps include a built-in inflation pressure gauge. This provides optimum bladder pressure to maximize the kite’s performance.