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Neil Pryde Racing sails:
The RS:SLALOM MKIII is the third generation of our Real World Racing performance Neilpryde slalom sail. This sail takes the design pedigree of NeilPryde’s RS:Racing and builds it into a high performance sail that is easy to rig, sail and control.
NEIlPRYDE GENERAL SAIL FEATURES
COMPOSITE MINI LEECH BATTENS
Aerodynamic composite mini battens are sewn directly onto the upper sections of the sail for added stability and durability – without a significant increase in weight.
NEILPRYDE COMPONENT BATTEN SYSTEM
A sail model and size specific batten system permitting
placement of the draft at the optimal location. This maximises the sails' performance for the given design objectives and ensures overall stability across a wide wind range.
General Neil Pryde Sail Features
KEVLAR™ SP CONSTRUCTION
Utilising Kevlar X-Ply allows for lightweight and strong leech construction, particularly in the areas where the monofilm meets the leech. Kevlar X-Ply leech reinforcement helps with stability and durability.
LUFFGLIDE LUFFPOCKET MATERIAL
This material provides superior durability and stretch
characteristics. Also, the slippery surface of Luffglide
facilitates the insertion of the mast into the luffpocket as well as the rotation of the sail.
MULTI POSITION CLEW
Multiple clew positions allow the rider to tune for a variety of conditions and sailor heights.
COMPONENT LUFFPOCKET CONSTRUCTION
A luffpocket construction technique used in racing sails.
Provides a low friction material in the cam area to facilitate camber rotation. A stretch resistant, lightweight material is used in the top of the sail to help reduce weight and stabilises sail entry.
All NeilPryde sails include an elastic loop and sail toggle system for keeping the sail rolled up during storage. Simply roll up your sail, loop the elastic around the toggle and forget about it.
BATTEN POCKET PROTECTION.
Heavy-duty, abrasion resistant TPU print on RS:Racing and RS:Slalom batten pockets to help protect the cross-batten area from damage caused by the adjustable outhaul fittings and the boom.
EASY TO FIND MAST JOINT
To help with pre-downhaul checks, all Neilpryde sails feature an arrow on the luff pocket to show where the mast joint is when using the
Neil Pryde Wave sails:
Now in its 11th season as part of the Neilpryde windsurfing wave collection, The signing to Neilpryde of double world wavesailing champion, Kauli Seadi, brought to the team a new school of wavesailing, He uses the Neil Pryde 'The Fly' .Neil Pryde 'THE FLY' 3.9M Sail, Neil Pryde 'THE FLY' 3.6M Sail The Neil Prde Zone is another Wave Sail. Since its reintroduction to the range in 2004, the COMBAT has re-established itself as Neilpryde's all-round, highly durable wave sail. Irrespective of your size, ALPHA Neil Pryde Alpha Sail 4.5m 2009, Neil Pryde Alpha Sail 5.4m 2009 , Neil Pryde Alpha Sail 6.2m 2009 is the Neilpryde windsurfing wave sail that, because of its design focus on developing controllable power and good upwind ability, is best suited to demanding onshore, or “less than ideal” wave sailing environments.
NeilPryde Crossover sails:
The Neilpryde FIREFLY Neil Pryde Fire Fly 4.1M Sail , Neil Pryde Fire Fly 5.3M Sail is an all new sail designed to reflect this need, and not only enable three times freestyle world champion, Neil Pryde Fire Fly 4.5M Sail Ricardo Campello, to 'bring modern freestyle manoeuvres into the wave arena, but continue to deliver the same level of 'pure' freestyle performance expected from the Expression. Ricardo Campello uses this Neilpryde sail. So, whether it's flatwater blasting, jumps, basic freestyle or even riding small surf, the EXCESS - being the most versatile crossover sail in the collection - is perfectly suited to meet your needs, and match the conditions. Baptiste Gossein uses this Neilpryde Windsurfing Sail. So irrespective of whether you are looking to learn new skills, basic tricks and manoeuvres, or if you just getting onto the plane and into the footstraps, Neilpryde ZEN Neil Pryde Zen 7.2M 2009 offers all the performance and onward progression you need.
Neil Pryde Flat water sails:
The Neilpryde HELLCAT's Neil Pryde Hellcat 8.2M 2009 Sail no-cam freerace design delivers a seductive combination of speed and acceleration combined in a lightweight, easy to rig package that planes effortlessly, handles smoothly and is the most manoeuvrable sail in the 2009 NeilPryde flatwater collection. So, whether you're blasting with your friends or fine tuning your slalom gybes, the HELLCAT Neil Pryde Hellcat 7.7M 2009 Sail is one hot ride. Antoine Albeau uses this Neilpryde flatwater Neil Pryde windsurfing sail Neil Pryde Hellcat 6.7M 2009 Sail .One of NeilPryde's longest continually produced sails, the V6 gives you the advantages of a cambered sail in a simple, user-friendly package. Pieter Bijl uses this Neilpryde windsurfing flatwater sail.With 2 UltraCams, a midsize luff pocket, and softer rotation than a race sail, the Neil Pryde V8 represents the perfect balance between high end performance, solid low end power and easy handling. It's 100% pure freerace. Micah Buzianis uses this Neilpryde Flatwater sail. Not everyone lives within easy access of ideal windsurfing conditions. And nor do all windsurfers want to use the current generation of sails that have been designed for use in light to medium airs. Recognising the need for a smaller, significantly more powerful sail, the NeilPryde Windsurfing Design Centre has created the all-new Neilpryde V8 HELIUM Neil Pryde V8 HELIUM 6.5M 2009 Sail . Robby Swift uses this Neilpryde Windsurfing Flatwater Sail