Mirai was introduced in 2005 as a basic ripstop nylon fabric for sport- and foil kites; kites that require a high quality fabric which is resistant to wear and tear, has good airtightness and is shock absorbent. Many high quality kites (e.g. Peter Lynn kites) are made of Mirai and the fabric has proven itself extensively over the past years. A more high-end fabric, Chikara was particularly targeted towards the paraglider and high end kite markets, industries that require high quality fabrics which are wear and tear resistant, have extreme airtightness, and are low stretch. Chikara is therefore especially suited for the creation of foil kites. The top buggy kite, the Peter Lynn Vapor, is made of Chikara.