QuiverFreeride

PROCESS
OF FLYING

The Quiver is the perfect inflatable kite for all types of riding, from freeride and waves, to big air and freestyle. Its perfect shape makes it stable, highly responsive and accessible.
In any water situation, the Quiver is ready to go out with you, whether it is smooth, choppy, or rough. You will get the right pop, the best timing and an ideal draft. Its new profile allows a very progressive, precise, and smooth bar control that will please anyone in any phase of progression.

STABLE | DYNAMIC | PROGRESSIVE | PRECISE

Clear

Snow

50%

Water

100%

Land

50%

Ready to go!

Powerful lift, drift and hangtimePowerful lift, drift and hangtime

That kite has an excellent wind range, with good low-end power and fantastic jumping abilities at the top. Each wing’s construction mode gradually changes according to its size and use. With the Quiver, once you reach the high end of the wind range, you are in for an unforgettable ride. As you fly high in the air, you can hang around for a long time. Wave riding is superb with the Quiver, as the kite has such a snappy turn and good drift.

stable

In the air, the Quiver is extremely stable. Once it is airborne, you will immediately feel its stability. With its amazing control, you can perform well in any area. The kite translates wind gusts into a forward pull. The Quiver’s wingtips make relaunch incredibly easy, which is great for wave riding. Whenever you pull one of the rear lines, the kite will swiftly drift to the edge of the wind window and pop-up ready to go again.

PrecisePrecise

In any wind conditions, the bar pressure is positive, giving the kite an extremely direct feel. That precise characteristic is especially noticeable when riding waves. Once powered, the kite will always do what you want it to do. Despite its stability and forgiving nature, it is perfect to learn your first freestyle tricks.

My goal was to make the shape of the Quiver reflect the actual use of the kites: a 4m2 kite would mainly be used for foiling, whereas a 15m2 monolithic kite would compliment a Tiki. A 5.5/7/8/9/10/12 should be as versatile as possible on all support.

Sylvain Peretti - Designer

The Quiver is an incredibly intuitive and responsive kite, that is very easy to use.

Thomas Lombardo - Gin rider
Size (M)
4
5.5
7
8
9
10
12
15
Fabric weight (KG)
2.2
2.7
3.1
3.4
3.7
4
4.2
4.3
Area (M2)
3.99
5.51
7.03
8
9.07
10.07
12
15
Aspect ratio (Projected)
3.77
3.77
4
4.17
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.68
Strut
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
Wind range TT (KNOTS)
35/+
30-40
25-35
22-32
20-30
18-28
15-25
10-20
Wind range Tiki (KNOTS)
30/+
25-35
22-32
18-28
16-26
13-23
10-20
7-17
Wind range Foil (KNOTS)
25/+
20-30
15-25
13-23
10-15
8-18
6-16
5-13

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