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Vendor: Duotone

The most popular freestyle kiteboard in history gets a fresh makeover for 2023 with a new shape and updated construction. Perfect for riders who want to boost big air, throw the latest freestyle tricks and have loads of fun on the water!

The freestyle board that started a revolution, the Jaime hit the market back in 2005 and forever changed the way we thought about kiteboards. Fast forward 17 years, and it’s still turning heads and leading the charge in terms of performance. 2023 sees many new features that increase the amount of fun you can have on the water.


The new Double Rocker Line Concept and angled fins give you limitless grip on the water, great for blasting upwind but even better for stomping take-offs and getting massive air. There is also a new Double Diffusor Bottom; this helps to break the surface tension of the water when you land your tricks.

In terms of construction, the board features a Carbon Web and a new Torsion Flex Cap, both elements combine to improve the control and responsiveness on the water, leading to a more dynamic ride. The Jaime may have a lineage that is older than some GKA world champions, but the 2023 model is brand new and waiting to blast you into action!

Duotone Jaime 2023 Features

Sporty and responsive ride
The jaime is designed to give you an exciting session on the water; the shape and flex combine to make it fast and responsive.

New double diffusor bottom
This new shape makes the legendary soft landings even smoother than before.

Angled fins
This year the fins on the jamie have been angled to improve grip in the water for better upwind performance, improved pop and higher jumps.

New torsion flex cap
The torsion flex cap controls how the board flexes across its axis; new for 2023; this has been improved to offer even better control.

Carbon web
To improve the overall flex of the board and increase responsiveness, a carbon web is used in the construction.

Double rocker line concept
The all-new double rocker line concept ensures huge amounts of grip through the water, leading to impressive pop and big air.