Our 2019 neoprene collection is in now in stock, contact your favorite dealer ! Our renowned Kiteboarding wetsuits are now built with Airfoam neoprene, making it lighter than ever. Bring an end to frozen & frustrated sessions, discover the range on www.manera.com
This past week end as the New York stop of the APP Tour. We want to congratulate F-One Poenaiaki Raioha, who came all the way from Tahiti on his 3rd place in the SURF category. It was a packed lineup with all the top riders present. More here: https://www.facebook.com/appworldtour/
→ 2019 Products Videos → 2019 Global Kiteboarding Catalog NEW KITE COLLECTION Our new Kite collection is online now. Discover our latest products in our brand new website! BANDIT XII The legend better again SURFBOARD COLLECTION We have designed boards that will fulfill every riders needs TWIN TIP COLLECTION We’ve got what you need. No […]
Also known as “Handel”, David Tonijuan “Handel” has always been riding, whether it is a skate, snowboard, surf or wakeboard… His incomparable style is inspired by the other sports he has practiced, which makes him a rider worth watching when he hits the water!
Check out this sneak preview of the new Eclipse Harness coming Fall 2018. This is Manera’s version of a hard shell harness featuring an Adaptive Shell Concept, Low-profile cut and a perfect balance between stiffness and flex.
Mitu ‘The Maestro’ Monteiro is a pioneering veteran of strapless wave riding and freestyle. In this video, he talks us through how he chooses his boards and what’s in his quiver bag at Kite-Surf World Tour events.
Antoine is a former KPWT champion, now his job is to explore the world and document the most famous winds and how they impact human lives. He’s living his dream of being in the wilderness, discovering new lands, Kiting new spots and meeting new people.
Race One started with all but Johnny Heineken (1,1,1) and Joey Pasquali (3,4,3) starting on starboard. Johnny and Joey just squeaked across the fleet and headed out. As the fleet tacked out Joey and Johnny were looking launched, but as we got closer to the lay line the fleet inside clearly had more pressure. At the windward mark it was Joey, then Johnny but followed by Daniella Moroz (2,2,5) and Kai Calder (4,7,9)