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2011 Mutiny P-Series 9m + 12m + bar

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Mutiny P-Series 9m + Mutiny P-Series 12m + bar 2011

Selling x2 kites, bar, spares, new depower rope, bladder, valves, bags. Extremely well cared for and in great condition. My favourite kite to date, I learned everything from big air, kiteloops, darkslides and unhooking on this kite. It’s very confidence inspiring and doesn’t take ‘getting used to’ like other kites I’ve flown. Mutiny spent a lot of time figuring out exactly what most kiteboarders want, resulting in this kite. This would suit anyone from beginner through to intermediate. You can tune how aggressive you want the kite to be in terms of speed in the sky and power in the bar. The 9m + 12m will get you out in nearly all conditions, it has an excellent wind range between them.

The mutiny bar with comfortable geko grip across the bar and above bar depower system. My favourite bar to date. Comes with Mutiny leash and bar bag. Easy to depower with cleat plus Velcro to keep everything out of the way. Unhooking? So easy with a flexible safety stick/donkey dick – once unhooked the chicken loop fits into slot in the bar meaning that hooking back in can be done easily as the chicken loop is in the correct orientation 100% of the time. I learned to unhook on these kites since they are very confidence inspiring. It was surprisingly easy I wish I tried it sooner.

Comes with heaps of spares: x2 chicken loops, x2 depower rope, line extensions, quick fix canopy patches, one pump tubes, x2 suicide leash attachment. The 12m kite comes with brand new inflate/deflate valves. The 9m kite has an entirely new LE bladder and valves. Both ready to fly! Both kites have their own bag.

http://kiteboardingreview.com/kitereviews/48-mutiny/228-mutiny-p-series-2011

Selling the 9m and 12m kites plus the bar as a package:  $1100

(9m kite only: $600)

(12m kite only: $700)

Will post via E-Go Couriers or cash on pickup. Located in Melbourne. Can deliver if I'm headed your way!

Also selling 7m Naish Park, can do a discount for all 3 kites.

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Mutiny (2) 12m.JPG

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