November 30, 2021

Grab Your Foil Board and Get Onto the Water

Oct 31, 2021

There are a ton of possibilities when you have some water in front of you. Whether it is a small lake or the ocean, there are a world of possibilities for activities to partake in. It can lead to a great time that will have you coming back to enjoy the water again and again.

Most people tend to think of wakeboarding or surfboarding. Those can be frustrating experiences, however. If you are a veteran, you have to wait for the right wave, which may never come. If you’re still relatively new to the entire scene, you may not have the skills or balance to really get going. It can be frustrating.

Foil Boarding

This is why trying something different can be such a great idea. When you try foil boarding, for instance, you can combine some of the more exciting water activities into one to create a totally different experience.

Best of all, you need a foil board to get started. No expensive equipment or several pieces to get going. When you grab your board, you can head out and get started. Even beginners can have a good time with foil boarding, which combines elements of hang gliding and surfboarding into one.

The board is a bit different though, raised in a way that the traditional surfboard is not. It’s almost like kiteboarding but with a few small differences. But the best thing is that you can surf around the water with ease, getting high enough in the air to get your heart pumping but not so high that you are putting yourself in danger. It is the best of both worlds in every sense.

Kitesurfing

There is also kitesurfing to try. It is similar in a lot of ways to foil boarding but with some minor differences. Either way, you can get out onto the water in short order and start having fun in no time.

Traditional surfing is the most popular activity but it can bring with it a lot of frustrations. Even on a good day, you may be waiting for the right wave, which comes and goes quickly. You could be waiting all day for the right wave to come. Instead, you could be enjoying one of several other water sports that can pique your interest and keep your heart pumping all the while.

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Mystic Fullsuit, Perfect For Warmth

Oct 16, 2021

Majestic remains a favorite of our team riders. The panels have been updated with Knitflex on their outside and Flare Mesh quick drying lining on the inside. Multiple arm panels can be combined to achieve maximum stretch in all directions. This suit is designed to provide maximum comfort and freedom for movement. Keep your Majestic’s loyalty! Stay true to your Majestic.

Features

  • All seams: Waterproof stretch tape (100%)
  • GBS (Blued Blind Stitch).
  • Wind Mesh back panel
  • YKK Front-zip
  • Aquabarrier
  • Back knee emboss
  • Hex-tech kneepads
  • Velcro ankle closure straps (included)
  • Non slip cuffs
  • Cuff edges heat sealed
  • Keypocket 2.0: Mini buckle and keyloop
  • Aquaflush

Materials

  • Yamamoto 39
  • Knitflex+
  • Flaremesh+ in chest, back & lower body

Knitflex+

Knitflex+ lining is for you if you are looking for a streamlined look and a great deal of flexibility. This outer lining has the highest all-directional stretch ratio and a luxurious look. It also feels soft to the touch.

Wind mesh

Closed cell Neoprene with one-side fabric lamination. The mesh neoprene on the outside offers better protection from wind chill.

Front-zip

Wetsuits with a Double Front Zipper open from the top. This design allows for easier entry. The back panel of front-zip suits has more stretch, which allows for more movement.

Aquabarrier

Aquabarrier is silicone printing at the collarbone of your wetsuit. This creates a barrier between the front-zip panels, preventing water from getting in.

This post was written by Aaron McClearnon, Owner of Elite Watersports. At Elite Watersports, We strive to provide exceptional service and genuine interactions with those interested in Kiteboarding Lessons In Sarasota FL. We hold dear our passion for being out on the water and maintain this as our foundation for all business practices.

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