We're always looking for ways to improve our website and, with all the awesome content available, it's important to us that it's set out in the simplest way possible for you to navigate around easily, without getting lost or confused. Almost all of it fits and is readable on all't modern gear that the kids are using these days, like iPhones etc too!
So with that in mind we've been on the case with a little brush up here, and a little touch up there. Our Gear pages are now easier to navigate than ever, and are packed with the latest kite and board tests taken straight out of the magazine. Also if it's not the latest bling you're after, have no fear: our kite tests go all the way back to 2006 and our board tests even further back to 2004. So do your research and grab yourself a timeless classic.
In the Gear section you'll also find our three-part Snowkite Guide series, providing timeless information to all knights of the white stuff.
Finally there's our Surfboard Section, with an informative feature on the history of board designs, as well as our 2009 and 2010 Surfboard Guides.
Go on, have a poke about...
That's not all though. Our Features Section has also been given the once over. You'll find all our regular columns such as 'Mark My Words' and 'All At Sea' here, as well as Interviews and various Magazine Articles. It's simple – go to Features, then Magazine and you're there.
As well as moving and shaking we've continued to add new content. Find our 'Staring Down the Barrel' feature available online for free in the 'Various' section.
We'll be getting some more stories up soon, and as you may or may not know, every time an issue is released we're posting new magazine features on our site, so make sure you come back regularly to check out what's new.
Like a day in the Playboy Mansion, there's lots to look at and we intend to make sure our website continues to reflect the magazine; packed full of great stories, honest tests, the latest news, stunning galleries and much much more. All easily accessible and just like the Sade classic – a smooth operator.
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