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Kite flying has never been easier than with the Prism Pocket Kite, a colorful nylon kite designed to pop out of its pocket-sized pouch, clip on to the included quality braided line and fly. Because of its super-lightweight design, it can catch even small breezes and take off—yet it can also be flown in winds up to 20 mph.
 
The unique forked tail provides extra stability in unsteady winds and makes a dramatic statement in the sky. Keep the kite in your glove box or handbag so you’re always ready to fly. Ages 13+. The Prism Pocket Kite measures 21l x 30"w, with an 87"l tail, and weighs just 0.4 lbs.
 
Founded by a pair of designers, sailors, and aviators who just wanted to have fun, Prism Designs has been teaching the world that kites aren’t just for kids since 1992.
  • Designer
    Mark Reed
  • Size
    Kite: 21l x 30"w
    Tail: 87"l
  • Materials
    70d Ripstop Polyester, Molded Polypropylene, Braided Dacron
  • Year of Design
    2019
  • Origin
    Imported
  • Age
    Adults,Teens

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