Inspired by a love of ocean adventures and a strong desire to reduce waste, Kite Kete diverts kites destined for forever in the landfill and repurposes them into useful accessories. This strong yet lightweight fabric was once part of a kite, clasped by a surfer flying across the open ocean. Each one-off piece is handmade in Raglan, NZ.
Kite Kete are unique, one-off pieces. Strong yet super light.
Once – a part of a kite, clasped by a surfer flying across the open ocean.
Now –diverted, just for you, from forever in a landfill
Kitesurfing (noun) Using the wind to ride a modified surfboard while holding on to a kite
Kete (noun) Basket, kit. Māori woven basket. Practical and decorative. Made from harakeke/flax leaves.