windsurfing voiles Neil Pryde 2011 The Fly 2
Désolé la description en français est n'est pas disponible Pure Wave Sail for Classic wave riding Looking for a pure wave sail? This is it - optimum maneuverability with smooth drive. Suitable for wave riding or jumping, this sail will give the best balance in both and gives great control during aerial maneuvers due to its extreme light weight and very low aspect ratio. While more neutral and balanced on the waves compared to last year's Fly, it offers plenty of grunt for extreme aerial action. - The lowest aspect ratio of any NeilPryde wave sail Compact Clew outline and short luff, resulting in a more maneuverable sail. - Low clew position for improved lower leech twist and sail control when wave riding - Load specific reinforcement ensuring strength in the most critical load areas - Moderate flat profile, with the draft location perfectly balanced between front and back hand, providing constant drive to the board. - Clear monofilm window for good visibility - Four battens in all sizes, to reduce weight, improve softness and enhance a progressive twist when powered up as the wind increases. - Medium skin tension for faster response and improved stability What's New: - Luff Length: Decreased - lower aspect ratio will bring the power lower down. - Luff Curve: Significantly increased, giving more stability and response to the sail. - Foot Size: Slightly increased, due to lower clew height. - Clew Height: Significantly lower, for better release along the leech - Shape comparison: Flatter, to be more neutral when depowered. - More neutral feeling, similar to the 2010 Zone.