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18m Best BFK for sale


Its a big F:*7 blue kite c-kite with 5th line. It gets my 200lbs going in 10-12 knots on a 135/40 TT. Because it is a C-kite it feels and turns good like a C-kite.

I will sell kite only or complete and it is in excellent condition. I never leave my gear flagging alone in the wind and sun so it looks new and crispy.

KO $300 or $400 complete.

Also I have several used boards of various size if anyone is interested with or without the kite.

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Stan
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Re: 18m Best BFK for sale


interested in getting a used kite, complete, and possibly a used board for my husband, 190 lbs, 6' and new at the sport. However, he's a sailor, skis, skates, and cycles.

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Re: 18m Best BFK for sale


Hi
If he is new to kiteing then this would be a bit too big to start with. Having said that in normal winds in kingston summer for a 190lb person a 18m c-kite is a good light-medium wind kite. I suggest pairing it with a 12m to learn with and then use in the higher winds as he progresses. Contact Ken or Brian@kiteboardingkingston.com and see if they have a good deal on a 12-14m kite.

I can help you out with a good beginner board. My number is 613-385-1586.

Stan

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