Flysurfer Peak Kitesurfing Kite

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 Flysurfer Peak Kitesurfing Kite

Elite Kitesurfing kites on sale now. With over twenty brands, you are sure to find the right kite for you. There are plenty of places to get kites, but quality has become scarce. High On Adrenaline has the highest quality kitesurfing kites in the market, with safety being our biggest concern. There is no better place to look other than here providing great quality, service and passion.

 

 


Freeride, Touring, Progression

 

 

This single-skin concept combines our passion for usability and security that will make your outdoor kite experience unforgettable. The best light wind handling and backstall resistance let you set off with ease. Be always prepared for emergencies due to its reliable depower and the B-Safe system. 

// B-SAFE SYSTEM
// TX-LIGHT SINGLE SKIN CONCEPT
// DRIFTING ABILITY

 

PEAK … adventure awaits

The drift wonder is a real enrichment for every kiter and gives you the ultimate feeling of freedom. The lightest FLYSURFER kite is the first choice of experienced mountaineers and adds infinite value for kite instructors. The characteristics of the single-skin concept make it a secret weapon for enthusiastic foiler. The fifth generation of the PEAK impresses with:

  1. Excellent handling
  2. Impressive stability
  3. Efficient depower
  4. Strong pull
  5. Highest security
  6. Lowest weight and pack size
  7. Great stall resistance
  8. Easy take-off and landing


Developed for daring expeditions, discovered by ambitious freerider and perfectly accessible for every beginner. Climb every mountain… your next adventure awaits!

 

Wind Range

 

 

Features

 

 

 TX-LIGHT SINGLE SKIN CONCEPT

The single skin concept has high lift profiles and a very efficient depower. Reducing its weight to a minimum brings advantages in stability, drift and light wind handling. Single skins allow the use of our B-Safe system and absorb hard impacts. The excellent longevity of these kites is not only due to the concept but by their material. 

 

 

 

HYBRID WINGTIP TECHNOLOGY

The Hybrid Wingtip Technology consists of two self-inflating cells on each side of the kiteaurfing kite. The openings are protected with mesh material to prevent the entry of snow or dirt. Both wingtips have our proven drainage system. The more efficient aerodynamics allow for tighter turning with constant pull, as well as increased backstall resistance. 

 

 

 

B-SAFE SYSTEM

The B-Safe System is a (extra optional Y-) line configuration that slides along the B-level through eyelets. After activating the quick release, the bar moves 3 m up on the 5th line. The kite is reefed horizontally in the middle and reduces the wing span to a minimum. The kite comes down gently and flags out. 

 

 

CAMBER TRIM SYSTEM

Bridle levels of the kite are controlled by the mixer, a pulley system which modulates the angle of attack and the profile camber. The mixer features the two-ring camber trim system. Moving the rings changes the relationship between the B or C level relative to the A level. The profile of the kitesurfing kite can be trimmed to be either flat or curved.

 

Kitesurfing Kites Includes

 

  1. Scope of delivery:
  2. PEAK5
  3. PEAK Bag
  4. Set of B-Safe Main Lines
  5. Repair Kit
  6. Sandbag
  7. Kite Safety Guide

 

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FAQ

 

What is the difference between the X-Light cloth of the PEAK4 and the TX-Light cloth of the PEAK5?

The following attributes have changed: increased tear resistance, improved diagonal tensile strength, triple Ripstop, soft and hard finish coatings, 33g / m².



What does TX-cloth bring for an advantage in bar feeling?

With the single skin, the advantages of the TX-Light do not affect the bar feeling.



Has the safety system changed?

The B-Safe system has proven itself and has not been changed from its predecessor.



Can I use the CONNECT1 Control Bar with the PEAK5?

Yes, the FLYSURFER CONNECT1 and CONNECT2 Control Bars are the recommended products to fly a PEAK5. Both control bars fully support the B-Safe System.



Can I attach very short flying lines to my PEAK5 without safety system restrictions?

Yes, you can attach very short lines to the PEAK5 without safety system restrictions. We have designed and tested this product on 14 m and 21 m flying lines. The use of custom made lines and flying line lengths is not recommended and can cause misfunctions.



Can I attach a 4 line control bar with a single frontline safety system to the PEAK5?

Yes, the PEAK can be flown with Single Frontline Safety. The 4-line control bar must have flying lines of the same length and at least a 3 m release path.



How much does the PEAK5 weigh in comparison to the PEAK4?

The difference is marginal, but the PEAK5 has superior longevity, due to the TX-Light cloth and reduced flapping. In numbers the PEAK5 is 0,11 kg or 0,24 lb lighter.



Why is a single skin kite flapping?

A single skin kite is flapping because there is no structure at a neutral angle of attack. You can compare it to a flag.



What is the mixer?

The mixer is a pulley system that modulates the bridle levels of a kitesurfing kite with different ratios. The Camber Trim System for adjusting the levels is located above the integrated pulleys. Below the pulleys are the front and back main lines connecting to the control bar’s flying lines.



What does the camber trim system change?

The Camber Trim System changes the angle of attack and the profile camber. Moving the rings changes the ratio between the B or C level relative to the A level. The profile of the foil kite can be trimmed to be either flat or curved.



My PEAK back stalls, what can I do?

The trim procedure always starts with the bar setup check. All four flying lines must have equal length or need to be brought to the same level when the control bar is sheeted in. After a successful bar setup check, the C and B levels of the PEAK can be lengthened with the Camber Trim System.



My PEAK tends to front stall, what can I do?

The trim procedure always starts with the bar setup check. All four flying lines must have equal length or need to be brought to the same level when the control bar is sheeted in. After a successful bar setup check, the C and B levels of the PEAK can be tightened with the Camber Trim System.



Can I land the PEAK myself?

The PEAK5 can be landed yourself with the help of the B-Safe system or the add-on product Snowkite Breakline of the CONNECT2 Control Bar.



Does the PEAK sink as soon as it hits the water?

It’s inevitable that the kitesurfing kite will sink slightly below the water surface. Depending on circumstances, the PEAK can lie in the water for a short period of time and then be relaunched.

 

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