The Peter Lynn Synergy is the new
all-round Twinskin kite from Peter Lynn Kiteboarding.
The Peter Lynn Synergy flies faster, turns
tighter and jumps higher than any other medium aspect ratio
Twinskin and has a slightly more aggressive flying behaviour
compared to previous Twinskin designs.
The Peter Lynn Synergy is designed for both freestyle and
big air kiters who want a kite that can do it all!
- Huge Jumps
- Fully Powered Kiteloops
- Handle Passes
- Wave Riding
The Peter Lynn Synergy will give you the
extra performance to push your limits!
Good Power and Wind
The good low end performance allows you to ride a smaller
kite in a much lighter wind speeds without compromising
the top end that Twinskin kites are renowned for!
Improved VPC Wingtip
The new and improved VPC-system allows you to set the kite
to your own preference in power build-up, depower range
and feel on the bar while riding.
and Easy Control
The Peter Lynn Synergy turns quicker and smoother than any
Twinskin you have flown before! The kite invites you to
do kiteloops and go big!
Amazing Lift and
The special design of the profile gives you a fast flying
kite with good lift for extremely high jumps. The long float
ensures longer airtimes and offers you softer landings.
For increased performance without sacrificing stability
across the whole wind range.
Increasing the depower range and smooth overall wing shape.
For increased turning speed and less drag in the tip area.
On the tips as well as on the inside of the kite to ensure
maximum durability and smooth skin shape.
New VPC (Variable
Power Control) System
On the wingtips for increased wind range, easier control,
personal feel on the bar and smooth power build-up.
The Peter Lynn Synergy is a Peter Lynn Twinskin kite. The
kite consists of two layers of fabric with a set of profiles
in between. When the kite crashes on the water, the taped
seams as well as the valves behind the air inlets prevent
the air escaping from the kite as well as any water getting
in, for a quick and easy re-launch.
Some of the great advantages of this style
of kite are:
Very clean airflow around the wing, both
the top skin and the bottom skin are shaped for maximum
performance and lift.
No bladders or tubes that can burst, the
kite is more resistant to wear & tear.
Even weight distribution as the complete kite is made of
the same material. This makes the kite incredibly stable.
No heavy leading edge causing the kite to
luff. Ideal for practicing new tricks.
Easy and cheap repairs as the material is all solid Chikara
inflation zippers: To inflate your kite
with effortless input, for a safer and easier launch.
Tag: Velcro tabs to ensure trouble-free
Because of the extreme stability, a twin-skin from Peter
Lynn is unlikely to ever hit the water in the first place.
However if it does, the waterproof taped and reinforced
seams and the incorporated silicon valve design behind the
air intakes along the kite's leading edge trap the air inside
the kite, and make it very hard for water to get in.
The large volume of air keeps the whole kite floating on
top of the water, so there is nothing stopping the kite
from taking off. With very little practice, water re-launching
a Peter Lynn Twin-Skin is very simple, quick, and easy to
Many riders who are already flying Twin-Skin
kites claim many months on the water without ever dropping
it into the water, some even claim they have never had to
do one. Spend more time in the air and less time relaunching
on the water. Get yourself a Peter Lynn Venom today and
discover the new world of kite boarding all over again.
The Peter Lynn Synergy is available as kite only or complete
(with bar and lines).
The package contains:
Peter Lynn Synergy Kite
Peter Lynn Synergy expandable backpack
Peter Lynn Synergy compact sticks
Peter Lynn Synergy sand and snow bag
Full color Peter Lynn instruction manual
Peter Lynn Kiteboarding Sticker
Peter Lynn Beanie
Peter Lynn 4-line Control bar and 27mtr lines - (complete
Info on availability will be released shortly.
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