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It has some water stains near the middle LE bladder as shown, but nothing to distort the kite in any way.

All bladders hold air. Individual strutt pump system.

A great kite, but I am not going to use it much. It's been my rental kite for the last 5 months and it's done my clients and myself well. I've got other better kites to hire anyway, so just want to get rid of it.

Comes with 5-th line extension for a 5-line bar or can be removed for your 4-line bar.

$100 firm + postage

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