Top 3 Best Kites of 2020 / 2021 according to The Kitemag
Harlem GO V4
Fourth Generation – Allround Kite
The high-performance all-round kite
The Harlem GO V4 has proven to be one of the best kites in the all round category. It’s your go-to kite, it jumps, slides, rides, flies, goes upwind easy and loops smoothly. This awesome allround kite will give you the confidence to explore new tricks! We designed the Harlem to turn fast without an aggressive pull, this makes the kite perfect for nailing jumps, charging the next big swell and everything you want in between.
When trying out your new moves, the Harlems predictable power delivery and direct bar feel offer you control at all times. The medium aspect ratio supports substantial low-end power and great upwind performance. This means you can go where other people can’t. Better kite or better rider? Who can tell 😉
Our lighter three strut design gives you the freedom to surf & play. The Harlem is our first choice for hooked freestyle tricks, wave riding and freeride sessions. The perfect versatile and allround kite. Find out why people call it “the smooth operator”.
Express yourself with the Harlem as a high-performance all-rounder, and experience the awesomeness of this wave, freeride and hooked-in boosting machine. Some people call it the best kite ever, but that could be us.
Or is it? 🤷♂️👇
The KITE mag jury: standout performing all round freeride kite
So why is this one of the best kites available according to The Kite Magazine? The KiteMag jury: “The Harlem Go… is a brilliant workhorse with universal appeal amongst our test team and might worry the big boys.”
Sizes: 5m , 7m, 9m, 12m, 14m*
Colors: black / blue, burgundy / blue
The 14 mtr = Harlem Light
Here the results from the Ultimate Kitemag Test 2020
|Kitesize||WINDRANGE TWINTIP||WINDRANGE SURFBOARD||REC. LINE LENGTH|
|5 meter||30-45 ktn||27-40 ktn||21m|
|7 meter||25-35 ktn||22-32 ktn||21-24m|
|9 meter||18-28 ktn||16-25 ktn||21-24m|
|12 meter||14-24 ktn||12-18 ktn||24m|
|14 meter (Harlem LIGHT)||11-21 ktn||9-16 ktn||24m|
Estimate based on 78kg rider with a medium sized twintip / surfboard
(he says he’s 72kg, but we know better)