The Original Kite Launching Strap
THE SELF-LAUNCHING/SELF-LANDING SAFETY SOLUTION FOR KITEBOARDERS. NO MORE WAITING FOR A LAUNCH!
Fly solo knowing that your kitesurfing ‘Solo Strap®’ is your kite buddy on the beach ready when needed for self-launching or self-landing a kite. Launch or land your kite with confidence and safety. Say goodbye to self-launching across shells, rocks and other beach debris – the biggest cause of those frustrating canopy tears and pin-hole bladder punctures.
Lending a hand since 2012
Say Goodbye to using your Safety Leash
KEEP YOURSELF SAFE & UPGRADE TO A TOOL THAT’S MADE FOR THE JOB
The original ‘Hands Solo’ strap is the go-to kite self-launching & landing anchor for everyone. It’s what our development team have carried in their kite bags since our first prototype back in 2012. Since that time global feedback has led us to develop the new ‘Only One’ version too. It’s your go-to sand anchor available 24/7 when there’s no other kitebuddy around.
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Never feel without instant support on the beach. Whether you’re launching your kite alone, last onto the water or first back on the beach & needing assistance to land your kite, then look no further than the Kite Solo Strap®, the original self-launching sand anchor. Planning on landing in a different place to where you launched? No problem, use it to self-launch and then take it with you. Clip it around your waist for those down-winders when an emergency tether might come in handy during a self-rescue or when helping a fellow kiter.
THE ENGINEERED BUNGEE RELEASE IN OUR STRAP REDUCES LINE TENSION ON BOTH YOUR KITE AND ON YOUR ANCHOR POINT
As well as providing a secure sand anchor the double strength bungee section mimics the depower action of ‘pushing away of the bar’ with your hands. The ‘Only One’ version of the kite strap includes a secondary safety line clip, (the Leia Leash), that allows full chicken loop release without losing the kite. In stronger winds always depower your kite lines before positioning the kite at the edge of the wind window. This will reduce tension both on your kite lines and on the anchor point.