Also, make sure you're buying the sizes of kite and board that will allow you to progress. This depends a lot on your weight and where you'll be riding. If you are 200+ lbs and live in a light wind area, the 9.5 meter Kahoona would be too small and you'd want a larger board. It's hard to learn and progress if you're always underpowered.
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