Looking for everything I need to get started (used)

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Looking for everything I need to get started (used)

Postby m_kitesurf » Tue Aug 31, 2004 5:27 pm

Hey everyone.

I am looking for quality used gear to get started this fall/spring. If anyone has anyhting they want to sell as a package I would love to take a look and offer you something. Just let me know what you have to offer and what you are looking for. I'm looking to spend no more than $600 as I have found setups below that price.

thanks.

Mike
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Postby spacemanspiff » Sun Jan 16, 2005 6:20 pm

where have you found these setups?


I'm in a similar situation
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Postby vycko » Tue Jan 18, 2005 1:06 am

yeah... where did you find them??? you might as well get them. 600$ for package? sounds good! of course depending on a condition of equipment..
check:
www.kitesite.net
www.realkiteboarding.com
www.kitehigh.com
http://www.southpadreislandkiteboarding.com/
http://www.kiteboarding.com/
http://www.kiteworld.net/
http://www.kite-surf.com/

Good luck,
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Postby Nygs » Wed Jan 19, 2005 9:29 am

I would recommend constantly looking for gear on ebay and ikitesurf.com for good deals thats how I got everything that I have now. Got 15m2 kite, bar/lines, harness, pump, and complete board for about $550. Also got a sweet deal on a nice snowboard with boots and bindings from a fellow chicago kiteboarder. Just do your homework to learn whats out there and keep looking. Eventually you'll find some good deals to put together your own frankenstein package, which I found to be the best way to go as a beginner so that you dont trash a bunch of brand new, expensive gear.
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