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Core Specialized

Postby Toby » Wed Jul 29, 2015 12:51 am

Core News:

CORE Specialized. Our new line of gear built for hardCORE kiters by hardCORE kiters.

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Last month we launched the super successful 4th generation XR series and shocked the Nation with the “TechBlack10” color option. And now, for even bigger news! The company with the distinctive white and yellow kites introduces its new line, CORE Specialized. A brand dedicated solely to highly specialized, single purpose gear. A brand with three entirely new products: The Section, a purebred wave kite. The Impact, a hardCORE C-kite. And the Bolt, a boot only wakestyle board. CORE Specialized. Brought to you by the makers of the best selling all-rounders, the GTS3 and XR4. And now, purveyors of niche products for the select few.
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All CORE Specialized models demonstrate CORE’s philosophy to build innovative, high performance gear with quality, “made in Germany” components and the highest build quality.
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Visit our completely revamped website with lots of cool content now!

http://corekites.com/us

Wishing you an exceptionally long windy season,
Your friends at teamCORE
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Re: Core Specialized

Postby Danydan » Wed Jul 29, 2015 9:07 pm

I like the <<"made in Germany" components >> part, which means, like most of other big brands, that 99.9% of the gear is being subcontracted in Asia at a very low cost...


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