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Riding type: Freeride/Race
Year: 2016
Brand: Peter Lynn
Size: 06m, 08m, 10m, 13m, 15m, 17m
Type: SLE

Rider Profile

Kitesurfers who like hangtime, direct steering great upwind performance and a big windrange

Designers goals (manufacturer text)

The 2016 Fury is built for those who go big and ride hard.
But most of all it is built to provide you with everything you need to have mind blowing sessions every time you go out to play.
The Fury is built with maximum performance in mind. This fantastic piece of engineering will maximise your jumps, provide you with massive airtime, have you screaming upwind and makes you ride at teeth grinding speeds. All of this insane performance is delivered in an easy, predictable and reliable way so that you will always feel in total control.
The extremely rigid 5-strut frame combined with its high Aspect Ratio and high performance profile, make it the perfect tool for boosting big air.
If you want to look good on the water, get the right equipment and treat yourself to the Fury!


  • Boost & hangtime
  • Direct control & steering
  • Light wind & upwind performance
  • Great wind range

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Kite characteristics Peter Lynn Fury 2016

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Riding type: Freeride/Race
Year: 2016
Brand: Peter Lynn
Size: 06m, 08m, 10m, 13m, 15m, 17m
Type: SLE
One pump: Yes
Bridles: Yes
Number of struts: 5
Colours: Red & Yellow
Line length: 21m or 24m
Bar length: 35cm - 45cm
Bar: 4 lines
Depower: Clamcleat
Safety: Push
Swivel: Yes
Variable bar length: No
Oh shit handles: No

Kite Review Peter Lynn Fury 2016 13m

Test Conditions

Wind: 8 - 17 knots

Water: flat Board: Hydro foil & 140x41 cm twintip

Bar setup: 24m lines

Kite setup: standard (Factory set up)

Detail Pictures

 Peter Lynn Fury 2016center strut peter lynn furyone pump system peter lynn fury 2016one pump peter lynn fury 2016Bridles Peter lynn fury 2016


Performance kite with good light wind foiling & big air characteristics.

Tested the Fury with a hydrofoil in light wind and a twintip above 16 knots. For the hydrofoil. We liked user range of the Fury. In light wind conditions the Peter Lynn Fury 13m performed pretty stable with a soft power control. In it's high end range, above 16 knots, we took a twintip board and the Fury became a big air kite with an explosive lift and sheet / go power.

Rider profile?

We believe the Fury 13m is suitable for riders who like to combine foiling in light winds and high performance jumping if the wind picks up.

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Wind: 18 - 32 knots

Water: flat Board: 140x41 cm twintip

Bar setup: 22m lines

Kite setup: standard (Fabric set up)

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Safety system

Difficult Easy

Hard to release without kite pressure, try the safety set up before you go out!

Kite stability

Unstable Stable

The Fury like to seek the edge of the windwindow, makes upwind tacking easy, but needs more flying experience in gusty winds

Kite re-launch

Difficult Easy

Easy relaunch, backward relaunch possible (pulling steering lines with light winds)

Total depower

Still pressure Total depower

The Fury has a large range, with the hydrofoil in low winds and twintip above 16 knots a great big air kite


Limited Wide


Glide phase

Short Long

Above 16 knots, make sure you pump the leading edge real hard!


Small range Large range

long depower stroke, sheet & go control above 16 knots


Gradual Explosive

pretty explosive in the high end wind conditions


Small range Large range

Used the kite in 8 knots and a hydrofoil Tip: add 3m adjustment lines


Turning circle

Large radius Small radius

The Fury is best in locked position and ride. Turning takes a bit time than a low aspect ratio kite

Feedback at edge of wind window

Minimal Great

On the edge light barfeel in low end conditions, high end stronger feedback on the bar

Reaction to steering action

Slow Fast

The Fury likes to be locked in one position and control through sheet & go power. A bit delay in the steering action

Steering with low line tension

Not so good Good


Poor Good

Good drift and the Fury likes to widen its wind window. This combination makes the Fury stable in gusty winds, big gusts need a bit experience of the rider



Slow Fast

Likes to accelerate to the wind window, nice sheet and go power if locked in one position

Going upwind

Hard Easy

Widens its window

Kiteposition in wind-window

Middle Edge

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Peter Lynn Fury 2016 10m
Riding style:
allround, big-air  
Years of experience:
Personal page:
Water conditions:
chop, small-waves  
Tested Wind Conditions:
From 13 knots up to 19
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Most remarkable characteristics:
glide phase
kite stability
high end
Small rangeLarge range
safety system
sweet spot
price quality
kite feedback
low end
Small rangeLarge range
total depower
Some pressureTotal depower
kite relaunch
bar pressure
slack line steering
SlowQuick - 19.06.2016 at 11:27 hour
Just love this kite. With my 66 kg I can ride Fury 10 sq.m from 13 to 26 knt! On my regular 133x40 skywalker! This kite Has all what i need. Smooth Power, great feedback, amazing hangtime. I really enjoy It. It turns really fast and do what you want It to do :)

This is now my main kite, and I do not need anything else :)
4 kudos - +

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