€622 - €1,699
Windsurf slalom sails.
Beautiful, performing and ready to be used in extreme conditions or, much more simply, during a nice outing at sea.
ENGINEERED TO WIN. THE MACH4 IS PURE SLALOM. With a bias towards traditional, full-power slalom racing, updates to the Mach4 geometry also improve performance when used on foil. A higher aspect ratio reduces chord lengths, limiting any draft movement and increasing efficiency. Back hand pressure has been maintained, so when you need to switch on the afterburners the power is ready.
FLY FIRST CLASS
Developed with Gonzalo Costa Hoeval (ARG-3) and Matteo Iachino (I-140) for the new PWA racing format where foils will race against fins on the slalom course. The HyperGlide4 is focused on full power foil slalom, where top- end velocity and precision control makes the difference between victory or carnage. Faster, flatter profiles become possible with less need for extreme upwind or downwind angles. Less backhand pressure means you never sheet out. Opening the mid-leech has reduced drag, and gives you boosted acceleration.
NO CAM SLALOM
Engineered for performance, the NCX defines the no-cam freerace category.
ITíS RIGHT FOR YOU IF…
You don’t want cams, and top speed and high-end stability are your main priorities. Suited to fast freeride, freerace and slalom boards. Improved performance in maxed, out of control conditions.
FOIL RACING. REDEFINED.
All sizes of the Flight EVOIII have been completely redesigned for 2022. Now featuring 4 internal luff panels, covered by 1 oversized sleeve, this edition of the RS Flight is the most stable, aerodynamic foil sail we have ever made.
Slalom racing speed without the cams. Since its inception Speedster has always been a favourite no-cam, high performance freeride sail all around the world. It’s outline is based on our RS:Racing slalom sails and it features medium-strong luff curve for stability and maximum wind range.
Race sail performance without the encumberments of a pure slalom sail. 2 cams and a narrower luff sleeve make the V8 easier to rig, gybe and waterstart than a pure race sail.
Don’t let the ease of use fool you though, V8 can hold its own around a race course and boasts even better early planning than even the most advanced slalom sails. Perfectly suited for foil or fin.