This carefully selected package deal has been designed to get the most out of the equipment and get you into kiteboarding as quickly as possible.
The Lithium progression and Switch Progression package brings the acclaimed performance of the worlds favourite starter and intermediate kite with a performance oriented but very easy twin tip, together with a top of the range harness, and a changing robe to keep you warm at the beach!
Airush Lithium Progression:
The Lithium Progression construction features an amazing number of features while still living up to its name of simplicity, durability, and performance. The Lithium Progression kite features the industry standard, Teijin T9600 Single Rip Stop Canopy, which is extremely resistant to UV, stretching and the abuse that kiters deliver on a daily basis.
The Airush Progression Bar gives riders the opportunity to have industry standard safety and strength without the added features and adjustability of the Airush Core Bar.
Progression Control Bar
The Progression Bar includes the 45-52 adjustable bar ends, which allows it to be used on any Airush 4 line kite from 4-14 meters. Together with 24m flying lines (with 10m and 14m extensions), the Progression Bar complies with IKO and BKSA teaching standards with quick and easy line changes, as well as single-line flag out safety.
The Airush Progression Bar has safety as the first priority. An industry standard Brain Quick release and color-coding on all parts makes the Airush system perfect and hassle free for all riders. Continuing for 2018, the LOW Y on the center–lines allows for a quick, single line flag out for those situations where you need it the most.
Airush Switch Progression:
The Switch Progression takes the ever-popular design and construction of the Switch into a super easy and comfortable board to start and continues your kiteboarding progression. For all-round entry-level freeride, the Switch Progression features a parallel outline, a refined and smooth flex pattern combined with a flatter rocker for amazing easy planning and upwind ability.
From a entry level of riding, the 145 is the best for larger riders (85kg+), 140 would be ideal for Average weights (55-85kg range) while the 135 are for much smaller rider (sub 55kg).