The 4 strut Razor C shape gives freestyle and wave riders faster turning and relaunch combined with a constant grunty pull and excellent stability.
The big news for the Razor in it's second iteration is the FST (Forward Swept wing Technology) - By extending the wingtip forward Ocean Rodeo has created the extra leverage necessary to snap the kite through a turn.
The principle behind this is that a wider wing tip allows a larger amount of leverage between the front and back lines.
By moving the front line attachment points forward, they've created a kite with a larger wind range and more depower than the 2010 model.
The FST wintip breaks the surface tension during water relaunch providing a smoother and more predictable lift off.