Fury

Used by more competitors in the 2008 World Championships than any other sport kite.

The Fury is precise and very 'trickable'.
With a very wide wind range and window it is ideal for
competitive teams or individuals and beginners alike.

The standard and vented Furys can house 6mm spars
inside the Skyshark P400 frame to increase stiffness
and weight. This creates more inertia producing faster
landings and tricks as well as boosting strong wind
performance.

The vented Fury is the first sport kite to come equipped
with an adjustable Bow Limiter on the back of the sail.
This limits the flex of the frame in strong wind, reducing
pull and increasing the wind range.

The Fury's wide performance range means just 3 Furys
will cover the same wind range as the 5 kites you would
previously have required:
Ultra-light, Standard and Vented.

Features
Strong Competition Skyshark frame
Weights and inserts fitted as standard to increase stiffness and trick speed
Adjustable Trailing Edge fittings to eliminate line snags
Fitted with Yo-Yo line to enable easy flying whilst 'wrapped-up'
Deep sail design for increased wind range and 'rail-straight tracking'
Fully adjustable bridle to tune the feel, speed and pull to suit your flying style
Double reinforced Cordura nose for frequent nose landings
Included in the Fury bag: spare tip bands, trick line and comprehensive instructions

Wingspan
250 cm
Height
112cm
Sail
PC 31 Icarex
Bridle
3 point fully adjustable
Skill Level
Beginner – Expert
Rec. lines
25 – 40 m / 25 – 225 kg
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Super Ultra Light
Frame

Skyshark 2P/3PT/P2X
Windrange
0-12 mph
Weight
240 grms
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Ultra Light
Frame

Skyshark 2P/3PT/P2X
Windrange
3 -12 mph
Weight
260 grms with 1 x 15 grm weight
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Standard
Frame

Skyshark P3X
Windrange
6 – 20 mph (35 mph with inserts)
Weight
375 grms with 2 x 15 grm weights
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Vented
Frame

P3X with external LE ferrules
Windrange
10 – 35 mph (40 mph with inserts)
Weight
420 grms with 2 x 15 grm weights