If you knew for a fact that the previous owner had done well on it by tuning/optimizing it, you might argue that it would go up. For example, would you pay more than Mike's list price for a new setup if you knew you could buy Nico Parlier's exact strut/wing combination he used at his most recent tour win? Would that be meaningful compared to a "regular" production model?
Agree, you need some serious cash to travel the world to international events. The benefit of kiting is you don't have to pay to ship a boat around the world.bigcane wrote: ↑Tue Nov 06, 2018 9:23 pmCoaching, travel, lost income from not working, etc - these are the main costs of competing at a high level in any sport. The foiling equipment annual cost is modest by comparison especially since designs are stabilizing and gear is holding its value. Does the value of a used Mike’s even go down?
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