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Kiteworld Magazine Print & Digital Issues

One year subscription - two issues delivered to your door in print, plus two digital editions delivered to your devices through Zinio.  

Summer 2021 - Released May '21
Winter 2021/22 - Released Nov '21
Summer 2022 - Released May '22



The digital version is delivered through Zinio and you will receive an email with a link to create an account and read the magazine. However if you do not receive the email (sometimes goes to junk mail), please follow the instructions below and the issue should be in your library. If you have any questions or your issue isn't in your library, please contact [email protected]

To register on www.zinio.com:

• Click on "My Library" and if you have an account "Sign in"
• If not, click on the “Register here” link (bottom of the page after the Facebook logo)
• Enter your email address and a password
• Click on the "Register" button
• Click on over "My Library" to view the latest Kiteworld Magazine in your library


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£4 surcharge for anywhere else in world

IN THE CURRENT SUMMER ISSUE OUT NOW....


PLACES YOU SHOULD NEVER GO KITE…
When Dutch photographer Ydwer van der Heide and his frequent trip companion, South African Oswald Smith, were turned away at the check-in desk for their flight to the Bahamas due to Covid restrictions last December, they reconsidered an unlikely location they’d never quite pulled the trigger on booking in the past

RIDER UNCOVERED
The return of a classic Kiteworld series from the early 2000s. This issue we knock on the door of Clinton Filen, a man fascinated by the idea of multi-purpose gear and well positioned to pack one of the most interesting travel quivers, as brand director of Airush Kiteboarding and AK Durable Supply Co

THE BETTER KITER
If you’re not 100% clued up on self-rescue technique, you’re reading the right issue! BKSA head of training, Andy Gratwick, refreshes us on the get-to-shore drills

OFF LIMITS: OAHU
Seasoned North Shore surf and kite photographer, John Bilderback, watched Moona Whyte, Keahi de Aboitiz and Reo Stevens step beyond the usual boundary ropes with their kites this winter season

YDWER UPDATE
We catch up with photographer Ydwer van der Heide to get an update on his recovery after a serious surf foiling accident in February left him with little movement below his shoulders

NARROWED HORIZONS
Those lucky enough to be paid to kite and travel share experiences from an unusual year spent riding at home. We also hear from two riders who managed to escape… and just kept on going!

ALL I NEED
If the thought of negotiating airports these days leaves you feeling aggravated and anxious, has the idea of escaping in a van ever seemed more appealing? Antoine Auriol sells the dream this issue after a long trip around the incredible Iberian peninsula

FASHIONABLY LATE
KW editor Jim Gaunt hooked up with Core designer Jan Termöhlen to find out why one of the most anticipated first foil releases took until 2021 to launch

LIP SUNGLASSES INTERVIEW
Riding with sunglasses can be a hassle, but Lip Sunglasses technical director, Graham Saunders-Griffiths, could have you reconsidering your approach to eye protection on the water

LEARN TO KITELOOP!
Lewis Crathern prepares you to send it this summer

PLUS – TESTS
More key players get a rinsing: Cabrinha’s 2021 product range that launched in February is hot. This issue we contrast the Moto and Switchblade. CrazyFly’s Infinity foil kite set us free in some very light winds in recent months and the irrepressible Duotone Neo has had an SLS make-over. Find out how much difference that has made, plus there are highlights of the standout items we’ve tested and published reviews of online since the last print issue

AS WELL AS:

MOST WANTED
New products heading your way

MARK MY WORDS
In his regular column Mark Shinn discusses where all the gear’s gone and why our next purchases may cost more (but will still be worth it!)

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