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This kite has been rated BLUE.
This kite has one professional repair on the canopy.
There is a stain on the canopy.
Few pinholes that have been patched.
Canopy material is starting to show signs of use.

Kite Rating System:

BLACK - This is a used kite. It has been used for 1-15 sessions. The kite is in excellent condition. The canopy is still crispy, not faded, and clean. There have been no repairs.

BLUE - This is a used kite. It has been used for more than 15 sessions. The kite is in good condition. The kite shows light wear and tear. Canopy may be slightly softer. There may be minor repairs done to this kite.

GREEN - This kite is a used kite. It has been used for more than 15 sessions. The kite is in fair condition. The kite shows moderate wear and tear. There may have been professional repairs done to the kite but it holds and air and ready for many sessions ahead.

All kites hold air and are ready to fly!

From CORE:

Meet the multi-talented Universal+ Series Nexus with fully customizable handling. An athletic kite that is never too cool to learn a new trick. Whether it’s on your favorite surfboard or twintip, the Nexus brings exceptional versatility to wave and freestyle riding.

Our latest design is a product of the phenomenal Section 2, the indomitable GTS and fourteen years of intensive kite development. An allrounder that instantly endeared itself to our wave+ prodigy, Willow and megaloop rockstar, Akkie.

Amazing things happened when we spliced the genes of the GTS4 and Section 2 into the Nexus. Take for example the Nexus’ CIT, the fancy acronym behind the kite’s adjustable handling modes. It lets you finetune the kite’s power and turn radius. Akkie likes his megaloops big and powerful, so he selects the CIT’s freestyle setting whereas Willow prefers the wave mode for tighter loops (on his bottom turns). The wave mode also makes the kite turn faster, increases depower and doesn’t pull you off your strapless board. We can’t forget to mention the CIT’s standard setting. In allround mode, the Nexus pulls a little more, increases hangtime (woohoo!), and turns a little slower. Perfect behaviors for newer kiters, and anyone who prefers a more relaxed riding style.

The all-new Nexus inherits many of CORE’s best innovations including its linear power delivery, three strut frame, and Radical Reaction Tips from the GTS. It also acquired the incredible handling, huge wind range, and Surf Profile from the Section 2

 


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