Liquid Force has dropped the new Solo V3, but with its exceptional drift and light wind flying abilities, it never landed and is currently still in the air with an unidentified kiteboarder in tow. He looks like he's having a great time, too! The Solo led the charge for light wind performance with its introduction three years ago, and the Solo continues to evolve and mature. This year Liquid Force has changed the canopy profile from leading edge to trailing edge to reduce wingtip flutter and increase its stability in challenging conditions, giving it instant power upon sheeting in and smooth controllable depower when sheeting out. The Liquid Force Solo V3 is built on a one strut platform with a mid-range aspect ratio. The Solo's progressive leading edge arc moves the flying position forward giving it extraordinary low-end power for the light wind specialists and foil aficionados. The bridles have also been reconfigured to provide rapid turn initiation and increased wingtip pressure for improved water relaunch. If you want a kite that will get you on the water instead of sitting on the beach praying for more wind, look no further than the Liquid Force Solo V3.