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Kites have been around for centuries, the suspicion is all that around 400 BC existed the first pilots. The first picture of a kite dates back to 1618. At Port you will find a wide range of different kinds of kites. Below is a brief explanation of the different types of kites.

First-line kites

1-line kites are generally easy to fly and have a light pull. Most first-line kite provide great visual air spectacle.

Children Flyers

In our range of children's kites will find first-line children's pilots. The pilots in this category have in common that they are for children (from 4 to 8 years) are easy to fly. It generally comes down to kites and kiting. The first-line kites for children have compelling motives.


Stuntkites his kites which the cloth is stretched on a frame of sticks. In general, these kites are provided with a two-odd lines. With stunt kites you get, as the name suggests, the most insane stunts and figures in the air. If you're really good at the many spectators can you offer an amazing acrobatic air show. It is the span, shape and type of kite care who the stunt kite is appropriate. In the details of each kite you can see what kind of kite and in respect of whom the kite why it is best suited.

Mattress Flyers

Mattress Kites can be divided into 2-line and 4-line kites. The 2-line mattress kites besides playing with the wind also stunts are performed in the air. The four-line kites mattress specifically designed for experienced pull of the wind, and here to play in a controlled manner or to use. They are therefore in particular the 4-line pilots that may be used in combination with a mountain- or kite board. In a mattress kite, the larger the mattress, the more power there is released. For beginners, it would therefore be advisable not to start with a too large sail (mattress fliers with an indication to 3.5).

Knowing at what wind you can best kiting? Please read our information page! More info about kite flying kites and mattress can also be found among the frequently asked questions.