Problem Solved Series: Patrick Rebstock- range of motion - Ride Engine
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Stay hooked and Face the Wave Naturally

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With a traditional harness, you have this metal spreader bar with a hook in front of it that really limits your freedom of movement. It keeps you facing the direction of the kite, which means you can’t finish your turns. And this is why we implement the siding rope spreader bar for the Hard Shell Harness.

Now, when you’re going down the line and you want to hit the wave, it really allows you to turn vertical, hit the lip and at finish your turn naturally.

I’ve been using the Ride Engine harnesses that we’ve been developing for the last three years and there’s no way I could go back. It’s a total game changer in performance. It allows me to surf the waves the way I want. I love the Ride Engine harnesses.

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