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Kitesurfing setup. Everything $500 Seattle

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These are C kites - the 4 line kites without a bridle. Turn faster but can’t depower as quickly as the new bridle designs.

 

JN kites from Germany, manufactured in the same factory as North, but designed by Nestler, who’s a genius (designed the 1st ski-kite/ speed racer).

 

9M JN Prima Donna MK 1, complete (30m lines) + spare short bar and 20 M lines. This kite is a legend. Perfect for swell riding. Condition: Used with 1 main-tube repair

13M JN Easy Rider. Condition: Almost new, used once

17M JN Wild thing MK1 complete. Condition: Almost new, used thrice

 

140cm Atlee custom carbon, wave profile twintip. Perfect beginner/ intermediate board if you’re 160-200lbs. It’s the top of it’s class still. Handmade 1 of 12 by kite Cornish legend Axel Bamburger. Very light, planes fast, turns well in waves, concave base.

 

Local pick up in Seattle and I’m going need to know that the buyer knows how to fly, or is going to be taught, or has friends who will look after him/ her & teach the basics.

I’ve got a harness you can have too. $500 cash for the lot.

 

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