Rrd Global Bar V8 available in 3 different versions:
- 4 Lines with 55 cm bar
- 4 Lines with 45 cm bar
- 5 Lines with 55 cm bar
No need to ‘change any game’ with the release of our 8th version of the RRD Global Bar. Because of the great history of performance, RRD have kept the new version simple, reliable, and packed with the same great features of the previous versions. But with the V8, RRD now take another step forward with new components.
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The following new features have been added to the RRD Global Bar V8:
By simply pushing up or down the EVA float you can trim the de-power rope length according to the length of your arms or depending on the conditions you are kiting in. This stopper ball is a handy feature for people with shorter arms or for specific tricks like the dead-man. This can also be used to make the kite more stable in light wind, which is useful for schools.
In addition to the new features, the ‘RRD Global Bar V6’ is still equipped with special lines called ‘Rigid Thread Lines’. These are used exclusively on the RRD bars with great success for over 7 years. A product that’s now widely tested around the world, but there is little known about the details by kiteboarders.
The ‘Rigid Thread Lines‘ are the result of the collaborations with an Italian manufacturing company that has more than fifty years of experience in the processing of textile fibres, using the most recent and innovative exotic fibres, combined with an intimate knowledge of the physical and mechanical properties of dyneema.
Why are RRD kite lines innovative?
Unlike standard braided lines, the unidirectional structure of ‘Rigid Thread Lines’ provides a fiber memory that is significantly more efficient. A standard braided line under stress combines all ‘dynamic elongation’ of the fiber and flattening of the braid, whereas the core unidirectional structure uses exclusively the elastic modules of the fiber.