looking for cheap used kites 8 and or 12 and board
I am searching a kite for my roommate.
He's a student as well, low budget, and here for an internship for 6 month.
should be a complete package with bar and lines!
he's not to heavy- 70 Kg, so i guess for the summer month a 12 would be beter than an 8, right? Or is it more likely to have strong winds in summer?
As i am only ridding flysurfer foils, i can not really judge the different tube-types. he got some kite expirience allready, but still beginner, so i guess no hardcore C kite or sth. but any other kite would do...
Please let me know if you got something for him!!
I've got a 12 meter naish helix 2010 for sale with a very nice 2010 ozone bar that I would be willing to sell for $700. That is less than half the price of a new kite. I prefer to use the ozone bar because of the super smooth depower line that is above the bar. The naish bar has a below the bar depower that I find very hard to use. A 12 meter kite is a good middle of the road size for a beginner. After a while you may want a slightly larger kite for light wind days and/or a smaller kite for high wind days. A 70kg person could use this kite for 12-25 mph winds, typical for what the cape has in the summer. You will not outgrow this kite! email me for pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org
I just posted a 2009 12m Ocean Rodeo rise for $300 complete.
I have a 2010 Liquid Force Havoc 12 M in almost like new condition with the kite, bar, bag and possibly a safety leash and pump...sounds like he'll need the complete item. The bar is one of the best designs around. These were my second location kites and hardly used. Can email photos if needed . Contact info: email@example.com
check out the Boston Kite School group for more info but Adam is hosting a kite swap on Jun 12th at his place in Lynn. Lots of kites and boards to pick from.
I'm in gulf shores, and the 14 mtr I'm learning on is just to much for me..I'm 110 lbs and five ft two lol