4 x 4 CANOPY TECH
The canopy on the RALLY GT V2 is constructed with Teijin 4x4 reinforced ripstop material. This is the strongest, stiffest and most durable canopy material on the market. Your kite will last longer, have a higher resale value and feel more solid and stable in the air, especially in gusty wind.
3-STRUT FUTURE RETRO-C CANOPY
Provides the ideal balance between friendly, responsive handling and stability with smooth, sheet-and-go power delivery. A versatile shape that excels in all conditions.
SEGMENTED SWEPT WINGTIPS
The RALLY GT V2’s variable diameter wingtip segments to combine to create a uniform and structured design with a cleaner, more efficient swept wingtip shape. This design aids in the kite’s structural stability, response time, as well as water relaunch.
FOUR POINT BRIDLE
Pulleys on the new four-point bridle configuration deliver more dynamic steering, especially in the larger sizes.
MULTIPLE ATTACHMENT POINTS
Different attachment points integrated into the kite allow you to fine-tune handling, power and performance based on your riding style and the conditions of a particular session. Even small changes to these settings can make a big impact on the kite’s overall performance, making this an important tool for getting the most out of your kite every time you ride.
A Slingshot innovation that has been copied industry wide, Split Strut integrates the kite canopy and struts into one firmly interconnected piece rather than the canopy being sewn over the strut like lesser designs. Split Strut creates a stronger, more stable and more durable canopy, enhances power under heavy load, and creates efficiency and rigidity in the overall frame.
SURF TOUGH CONSTRUCTION
Reinforced seams and a strategic surf-grid canopy that isolates tears and reduces the chance of catastrophic blowouts in the event your kite goes through the wringer in the surf.
ONE-PUMP SPEED SYSTEM
Another game-changing Slingshot innovation now used industry-wide, One Pump lets you inflate and deflate your kite through a central valve. If you ever had an older kite with separate strut valves, you’ll know how much of a hassle it was.