Win a Trip to Cape Town with the Core XR5

Think you can go big? Sending your kite, could send you all the way to Cape Town, South Africa thanks to Core Kiteboarding!

Core are teaming up with kiteboarding tracker, WOO to give some big prizes for anyone going big in the leadup to summer, and anyone can enter!! No matter what brand of gear you’re riding, where you’re riding or how high your biggest jump is, get on the WOO app and hashtag #XR5challenge to enter.

The XR5 is Core’s latest version of the all-round performance kite, the XR. Since 2010 the XR has been boosting big, floating long and providing that all round ride that kiters love. Waves, flat water, foiling, you name it – the XR though to the new XR5 has done it better than most. Now coming in both black and white colour schemes, the XR5 is packed full of technology to help you fly further. CoreTex, triple stop Ripstop and ExoTex ultra rigid dacron keep the canopy and leading edges rock solid. Speed pump system gets you on the water FAST, and the award winning Sensor bar continues to be one of the lightest and most compact bars around. Drop by your local Core dealer to demo the new XR5, or to see the tech for yourself.

Throughout August through to November, Core will be selecting winners from three categories: Biggest Boost for both males and females, and Cumulative Height. They’ll score t-shirts, features on the Core and Woo Websites, and entry into the grand prize – one of four trips to Cape Town, with flights and accommodation paid for by Core!

Get out there on the water and get boosting to enter! For more information, visit the Core Website right here.


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