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Line 7 announce exclusive Coastal Classic range

by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World on 2 Oct 2008
The Line 7 Coastal Classic exclusive range can be bought online now in plenty of time for the race Line 7
Leading New Zealand marine clothing company, Line 7 have just announced a new range aimed at the Coastal Classic, this Labour weekend.

The limited range of Official Coastal Classic Clothing is available to buy online to support the Coastal Classic Yacht race. The shirts are only available online for a limited time and will also be for sale at the skippers briefing for those that can’t buy online.

To purchase this exclusive range http://www.line7.com/Licensed/Coastal_Classic/Official_Clothing.htm!click_here

And don't forget to get down to Sailors Corner, Westhaven to check out the great offer from www.line7.co.nz!Line_7, who are offering a massive almost $200 discount on their line of offshore gear, plus a free gear Line 7 bag, priced at $100. It's a great deal, for some great gear - but it is only available at Sailors Corner in Westhaven. Be in while it lasts, the contact details for Sailors Corner are in the story in this issue.

Line 7 is the Official Clothing Supplier to the Coastal Classic and a Race Division sponsor, and this is a great deal if you need some new kit, or someone you know is a little wanting in this regard.

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