The Dice SLS offers performance across a wide range of disciplines; freestyle, big air, kite loops, and breaking waves, bringing the fun factor to new levels! Light, fast and with even more control, this is the go-to kite for riders who want to ride unhooked.
Designed for the advanced kiters looking to get the most out of every session, the Dice SLS delivers across a wide range of disciplines. The SLS construction reduces the overall weight of the kite by up to 15% compared to regular constructions and creates a stiffer airframe that offers the most precise handling. The jumping capabilities have been dialed up to deliver mighty lift on take-off and a massive hangtime. The bar feeling is extremely direct, and the turning speed of the new kite is unrivaled, always giving you all the feedback you can desire and total control. Kite loops are powerful, and you can dial in the type of loop you want to do. This kite is the weapon of choice for riders looking to get radical with their kite loop progression. The reduced weight also improves the unhooked capabilities as the kite can hang in the air for longer while you perform freestyle tricks. In the waves, the improved response will allow you to thread lines through the trickiest of sections and smash the biggest lips, whilst steering the kite actively. Riders will be blown away by the performance enhancements on the new Dice SLS, delivering across a range of disciplines to a world-class level. It’s the one kite quiver killer for the advanced rider to get the most out of every session.
The Dice SLS is a pretty significant step up in performance from the standard dacron construction. Much lighter in the air for better response, drift, and low-end wind range, honestly making it a better all-around kite. There is no downside to having a lighter kite; it just makes everything more forgiving. Better drift/stability, quicker recovery after kiteloops, more power through sharper turns, and easier relaunch.
The Dice SLS still carries a subtle C-shape arc, which is not quite as powerful a design when compared to a more open C or Delta kite like the Rebel, which is going to have a less responsive and more sheet-in-and-go type feel. Consider going with one size larger if you're used to kites with a more open shape.