Monthly Archives: May 2013

  • Anniversary Sale through May 31!

    14th Anniversary Sale

    We’re in the middle of our anniversary sale and some of our customers have loaded up on new gear.  WOW! It’s epic. We love sending out boxed filled with kites and boards – knowing someone is going to have a helluva good time!

    If you haven’t taken advantage of the sale yet – you have just under 3 more days to save 14% off your entire purchase* – even on clearance items! Plus, you’ll still earn your loyalty points! To take advantage of the sale, load up your cart and when you’re ready to check out, enter coupon code: 14years 


    We start with the guaranteed best prices on kites – whether you’re looking for wake style, freeride, freestyle, wave kiting, or racing. And we’ve got all the brands you’re looking for: Blade, Cabrinha, Flysurfer, HQ, Naish, North, Ocean Rodeo, Ozone, Peter Lynn, and Slingshot.

    Naish Wave BoardBoards

    We keep the deals rolling with a huge selection of kiteboards. Surf style, Freeride and freestyle, women’s specific, race, cruising, and skim boards. We’ve got the best boards from Cabrinha, Crazyfly, Flysurfer, Litewave, N-Pacific Surf, Naish, North, Ocean Rodeo, Shinn, Slingshot, and Spleene.

    So, drop what you're doing and get the gear you know you want for this summer! Not sure exactly what you want? Not to worry. Call or email us and we'll be happy to answer your questions and get you set up and ready to ride.

    *some products excluded

  • Fourteen Years

    14th anniversary

    It’s hard to believe that fourteen years ago, we set up shop. People didn’t think we were crazy for doing it, they just didn’t know what it was. “You started a business selling kites? Internationally?” people would ask, acting out a little kid holding the single string of a paper kite and running into the wind. “Yep. We sell kites.”

    Of course, we had ulterior motives. After having spent a few years in the sport, we knew we wanted to make kiteboarding a big part of our lives.  So we negotiated rental space next to a bike/ski/skate shop, scraped together enough funds to place our first order, and started working like crazy to build the company.

    2004 Kiteline Logo early logo - from 2004

    Our tribe grew from the small band of people we rode with, to an amazing community of kiters living all over the world. Our customers called from New Jersey and New Zealand. We made friends on the water and more online. And we’ve never looked back.

    How do we say thank you? How do we keep meeting new kiters? How do we keep this momentum going forward?  We’ve completely redesigned our website with new features that make it easier for you to find the perfect gear. It’s been a long haul, with hours and hours of revisions, testing, and loading all of the newest gear onto the site.  And now that it’s up and running we’re ready for a special Thank You.

    Starting this Friday, we're running a special sale.  We’ll be offering 14% off your entire purchase. Plus, you’ll still earn your loyalty points!  So be sure to check out package dealskites,  boards,  accessories, and everything else you need to rip.

  • Sure, it’s about riding…

    the tribe on the beach

    Every spring, some of the very first kiteboarders we met roll through our town on their way north after a winter in Baja. Our friendship was built around riding, but our kiting season hasn’t kicked in yet. So instead, we ride bikes or drink beers, or both. Sometimes we put them to work in the kite-line shop – making them earn their seasonal schwag. Mostly we laugh.

    This morning, while trolling the interwebs, I stumbled across this video and it got me thinking. What is kiteboarding all about? Sure, it’s about riding. Yes, it’s about wind and waves and boosting – all huge and floaty. But it’s also about years and years of having the best time ever with my friends.  It’s about recounting near misses over dinner. It’s about ribbing each other about pulling the same ol’ back roll over and over and over.

    Yes, absolutely, this sport about the feeling of flying, the awesome sensation of wind and water and weightlessness. But I also love this sport because it’s taken me to so many new places and introduced me to so many amazing people. It really is more than just a ride.

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