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SOLD! 2013 Naish Park 7m + bar

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2013 Naish Park 7m + bar

In excellent condition, kite fabric still crisp. This is a kite that has a surprisingly large wind range, is easy to use and gives great boots! I’ve had a lot of fun on this kite. New pulleys on bridle, and added sheath over lines that pulleys run over, meaning no more wear on lines and extended longevity of bridle. Brand new depower rope on bar. 1 small patch repair to canopy. Comes with 5m line extensions (I’ve used these on the kite as an experiment to give it more range in the sky, but it would be more manageable without them).

http://kiteboardingreview.com/component/content/article/15-kites/naish/274-naish-park-2013

$500 including bar, line extensions

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

Also selling 9m & 12m Mutiny P-Series, can do a discount for all 3 kites.Naish (1).JPG

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