Over two decades of kiteboarding experience has materialised into the Navigator controlbar. At Peter Lynn we understand that your kiting experience heavily relies on how well your bar works. This is why the Navigator bar is designed to be as clean as possible without making any compromise in safety and user comfort.
Main design characteristics
Strong and durable – all connections are extra durable, no heavy loads on plastic materials & minimal amount of sliding parts.
Smooth – all connections are made as smooth as possible, flying lines are free of extra parts that can get caught or tangle.
Simplicity – no excessive parts, no complicated systems & easy to replace parts when needed.
The Navigator is available in four options, each offering the best bar length combination and corresponding line length of the supplied flying lines.
|XS||42cm bar||18m flying lines||3m extensions|
|S||52cm bar||21m flying lines||3m extensions|
|M||52cm bar||23m flying lines||3m extensions|
|L||62cm bar||24m flying lines||3m extensions|
Specifically designed to be used in combination with the Aero the Aviator bar sports some ‘race specific’ features to allow you to maximize the kite’s output.
It is equipped with a double pulley trim system which is operated by a trim rope, this allows for minute, on the fly power adjustments to help you stay ahead of the pack.
Since these kites are often used for snowkite racing, some specific material choices were made such as the 1800kg Amsteel depower line instead of the standard PU coated line, a lock in pin with a ‘bend point’ and a softer yet tougher PU loop in a highly visible colour.