Manera Sliding Hook / Spreader Bar
Infos & Characteristics
The Sliding bar offers more freedom of movement and range of motion than the fixed hook. It lets you rotate your body without twisting the harness, for a smoother connection with your kite.
The harness doesn’t ride up: as the connection with the kite is closer to the body it doesn’t have the leverage effect of a fixed hook.
It is a good alternative for foiling, strapless, surfing.
1 - Abrasion-resistant ropes
2 - Kevlar construction
3 - Double ropes
Maximum durability, tension & tearing resistance.
The Sliding hook offers more freedom of movement and range than the fixed hook.
|The ropes are built with a 4mm spectra inside a 6mm special abrasion-resistant sleeve for a maximum durability, tension & tearing resistance.|
Lightweight construction and improved lifespan.
|All the soft parts that are exposed to frictions (mostly from chicken loop) are built with Kevlar to keep a lightweight construction and have the best possible durability.|
Better durability and a slower, more controlled slide.
|Manera uses two ropes because it provides a better durability and a slower, more controlled slide.|
All sizes of ropes (24cm, 28cm, 32cm) are available to buy as spare parts.
Are you wondering which harness is the best for you?
F-one team rider, Antoine Auriol guides you through Manera’s range and explains the characteristics of each model of harness to help you with your choice.