screwfootsc wrote: So in the end, $700-$900 is pretty competitive and not far off considering the lower market demand and unique construction they go through. If you are pushing the $1000+ mark...that is just ridiculous.
tautologies wrote:screwfootsc wrote: So in the end, $700-$900 is pretty competitive and not far off considering the lower market demand and unique construction they go through. If you are pushing the $1000+ mark...that is just ridiculous.
..but the firewires here comes without fins $100, without pads: $30-50, without a bag $75, and without footstraps: $45
so..the price is not lower the way I see it.
Every firewire KITEboard comes with fins and hardware for the straps. Firewire SURFboards do NOT come with fins (two separate entities within firewire)...and that is on the surf side so it's not even relevant.
What surfboard or kite board comes with a surf bag?
Wait until memorial day or labor day sales and buy a $10 deck pad and $20 surf bag. Now we are starting to whine a little...do you want directional kite lessons too in the package?
The board and fins are all you need to get started...you figure out the rest Mr. Taut.
Oldnbroken wrote:I invited you to go away, after you said you don't care what I think or what I was talking about in this thread.
But you're back with the same stuff again and now you've managed to get Screwfoot irritated at you too.
Please respond with some new ideas, and try not to get yourself sideways with anyone else.
Good luck to youuuuuuuu!!!
sq225917 wrote:1. Shipping, probably 25-30% of the landed cost of a race/light board is shipping and that's if you send it on a slow boat, if you air freight it then it's 50% We can ship 3 twintips in the space that one Kiaola takes up.
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