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Riding type: Light wind kites
Year: 2014
Brand: Naish kiteboarding
Size: 15m
Type: SLE
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15m light wind kite

Designers goals (manufacturer text)

The Fly is designed for freeriding and freestyle in light to marginal wind conditions.
It is exceptionally lightweight for its size and has amazing low-end power. This is primarily due to the Fly’s proven two-strut, easy-handling design, which also provides superior turning and control.
The Fly utilizes swept back wingtip shaping, which improves water relaunching in light wind conditions.

Extra information interview kite designer


  • NEW Memory Core for comfortable, ergonomic grip
  • NEW V2 Bar Center provides smoother line entry to reduce wear & tear
  • Smart Loop with below-the-bar trim adjustment
  • Auto positioning Smart Loop
  • Graduated trimline marking
  • Low-V swivel front line connection
  • Through-the-bar flagging line
  • Premium safety leash with quick release
  • Back flying line adjustment under floaters
  • Powerflex bar ends & floaters
  • Vario Bar End Adjustment = 18″- 20″ (45-51 cm)


Naish universal kite bar 2014


Riding type: Light wind kites
Year: 2014
Brand: Naish kiteboarding
Size: 15m
Type: SLE
One pump: Yes
Bridles: Yes
Number of struts: 2
Colours: Various
Bar length: 45cm-51cm
Line length: 30m
Bar: 4 lines
Depower: Clamcleat
Safety: Push
Swivel: Yes
Variable bar length: Yes
Oh shit handles: No

There are 1 reviews on this product:

Naish Fly 2014 15m
Realwatersports team 
different weights 
Riding style:
Years of experience:
Personal page:
Water conditions:
flat, chop  
Tested Wind Conditions:
From 8 knots up to 12
Number of test sessions:
Kite size:
Most remarkable characteristics:
kite stability
kite reaction
low end
Small rangeLarge range
up wind
HardEasy - 22.08.2013 at 10:23 hour
What we like:
This kite is amazingly stable both hooked and unhooked. The Fly seems to combine the magical combo of having plenty of low end grunt & moving quickly through the wind window. The Fly has decent light wind performance even without the 6m extensions so when you add that extra line length - you're definitely in business. Right after testing the Naish Fly - we checked the wind and it was reading 8 - 12mph!

What we don't like:
The Fly doesn't go upwind quite as well as the Naish Draft so we're not sure it will work well as a race kite. If that's your jam then you should go for the Draft. If you're looking to progress with your freestyle and freeride skills, the Fly will still keep you coming back to the same spot even after a few tricks so don't worry - you won't be doing the walk of shame!

Why you want the 2014 Naish Fly:
Because mowing the lawn doesn't quite cut it anymore and you want to be able to continue working on your moves even when the wind is light.  
4 kudos - +

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