Improving a test winner has never been an easy task, especially if there are clear intentions to expand its distinctive character. We can be rightly proud of having improved its low-end performance significantly while even increasing its depower at high end wind. In addition special attention has been turned to the release. Now there’s much more time for unhooked tricks. The remaining question is whether you can combine all these features?
You can. With new profiles and sophisticated aerodynamics. Anyhow, after a few meters of kiting it’s clear: It’s always an SP-X. This particularly applies to its maneuverability, agility and bar feeling. All the same, the new SP-X II is much easier in handling than its predecessor. This is essential even for the most advanced kiter, if he wants to improve his own skills, rather than concentrating on his material, all the time.