Prism Illusion

Prism Illusion Stunt Kite

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The Prism Illusion has been discontinued and is no longer available.

Prism Illusion

Flying the Prism Illusion on a City Street

The Prism Illusion sport kite has been completely redesigned from the ground up, after a year of development with its radically new wing shape that allows truly exceptional performance. Gearheads stare in delight, fondling the hand-wrapped and tapered carbon spars, gazing through the Mylar panels as they flash in the sun. Newbies lust, knowing that one day they’ll enjoy one of the finest kite flying experiences you can have.

By the time you’re ready to fly the Illusion, you’re already a skilled pilot. The Illusion is the epitome of refinement, balanced and precise, responsive to your subtlest command. If you can do half of what it’s capable of you should feel pretty good about your flying, because this is a kite that can take you to the top of the sport.

Flying the Prism Illusion Over Water

A huge wind range, graceful trickery, locked-in precision, the Illusion excels at it all. In competition, it has proven to be one of the best performing kites on the circuit, capturing national titles in both US and Europe in both ballet and precision categories. Whether you’re looking to win, or you just appreciate winning design, this is the kite that we engineered without compromise to help you deliver your best.

Prism Illusion Features

  • Silky smooth tracking and instant response
  • Tapered, wrapped carbon frame
  • Huge wind range
  • Removable Spoilerz for improved high-wind control
  • Tri-axis bridle for enhanced control in all flight attitudes

Prism Illusion Specifications

Wind Range
2 to 20 mph
3 to 32 kph
86″ / 218 cm
46″ / 117 cm
9.4 oz / 268 g
Sail Fabric
Ripstop Polyester and Mylar Laminate
Skyshark Tapered Carbon
Reverse Tri-Axis
Kite Speed
Skill Level
Intermediate to Advanced

Prism Illusion Photos

The Prism Illusion at Sunset The Prism Illusion Stunt Kite in Flight The Prism Illusion Tip Stab The Prism Illusion Kite Performing a Tip Stab