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SAIL TECHNOLOGY

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SAIL TECHNOLOGY As a result of the research, development and testing undertaken on the road to completing the 2009 Collection, three major design features became the focus of development and were integrated into the range, particularly in regards to the Wave and Crossover sails. The three key features are: 1. Load Specific Reinforcements for improved durability combined with weight reduction 2. Reduced Body Tension (see page 78) 3. The introduction of the Compact Clew to the Wave and Crossover sails (see page 80) FRAME CONCEPT WITH LOAD SPECIFIC REINFORCEMENT NeilPryde’s 2009 Collection represents a continued development of the ‘frame’ concept of sail design. The frame concept integrates performance, materials, construction technique, and the look of the sail into one complete package. This ensures that you have a sail that not only performs well on the water, but also that the material used in the construction of the sail reflects its ultimate function. For 2009 our goal was to reduce weight without compromising durability and this lead to the development of Load Specific Reinforcement. This construction concentrates material usage according to the load distribution in the sail as well as the wear areas for increased durability. You can see the thickness and width of 2 ply in the head, tack, foot and clew areas of the sail while they are minimised elsewhere in the sail reinforcing the frame concept’s philosophy of using the right material in the right place and according to the function of the sail. A The frame concept’s holistic approach can also be seen within the performance parameter of the sails, where each year we endeavour to develop sails that have better handling, a wider wind range and improved performance and stability. For 2009 this is no exception. Every sail, in every size, has been prototyped, tested and re-tested to make sure that it meets the design objectives.

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INNER FRAME: MATERIAL AND STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY The inner frame of the sail is built using a combination of adhesive Mark Cloth, monofilm and durable X-Ply. These materials are used in varying quantities according to the function of each sail. The Wave and Crossover sails have a high percentage of X-Ply to ensure durability, while the flatwater sails have a much lighter construction to ensure lightweight performance and top end speed.

METALISED X-PLY FOR UV RESISTANCE Using a process called vacuum metalisation, the tinted NeilPryde X-Ply includes a metallic coating that greatly reduces the damaging effects of UV rays. This is a technology that has been used with success in the yachting industry where the boats’ components are in constant exposure to the sun.

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The 2009 Combat and Excess make no use of monofilm material. Inside the frame, the main window of the sail is produced with Spectra X-Ply, which has the greatest tear resistance of any yarn used in all X-Ply’s currently available on the market. To ensure strong multi-layer lamination, the Spectra used in NeilPryde sails is twisted with polyester which ensures the yarn is well anchored within the film layers.

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OUTSIDE FRAME : MOULDED PROTECTION

MAST TIP CHAFE PROTECTOR AND 3D MOULDED HEAD FAIRING • Protects the to of the sail from abrasion damage. Also includes an easy de-rigging loop. When de-rigging your sail, drive your screw driver through the loop and into the ground. Then pull out the mast without wrinkling the monofilm or X-Ply material.

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HIGH GRADE PLASTIC BATCAMS • New BatCams with more positive lock. • Allows the rider to precisely tune and set the batten tension. • Easy to open when replacing battens or adjusting batten tension. • No tools required for tension adjustment. • UV resistant material.

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POLYURETHANE (PU) MOULDED BATTEN END CHAFE PROTECTOR • Protects the ends of the batten pockets from abrasion damage when rigging and de-rigging.

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BOOM OPENING STIFFNER • Stiffer binding material built into the boom opening. This makes it easy to insert the mast through the boom opening and into the luff pocket.

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RUBBER FOOT PIPING • Protects the foot edge of the sail from wear caused by the non-skid on the deck of the board.

G 3D MOULDED TACK FAIRING • Completely encloses all pulleys and base elements. This helps protect the deck of the board from impact damage. • Manufactured from heat moulded closed cell foam to offer maximum protection and minimal weight without water absorption. • Includes an “uphaul hole” for a clean attachment of the uphaul rope. • Neoprene front piece makes it easy to fold the tack fairing back when threading the downhaul rope through the sail’s tack pulley.

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SAIL TECHNOLOGY REDUCED BODY TENSION In 2009 the luff curves have been redesigned to make them straighter, particularly in the mid and upper sections. The sails set/rig with lower downhaul tensions and this results in less tension in the sail body. This change enables the sail to inflate more easily in light winds making it feel softer and more forgiving.

GENERAL SAIL FEATURES

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COMPOSITE MINI LEECH BATTENS

NEILPRYDE COMPONENT BATTEN SYSTEM

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.

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.

KEVLAR™ SP CONSTRUCTION

LUFFGLIDE LUFFPOCKET MATERIAL

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.

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

COMPONENT LUFFPOCKET CONSTRUCTION

Multiple clew positions allow the rider to tune for a variety of conditions and sailor heights.

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.

TRIPLE ROLLER TACK FITTING

BATTEN POCKET PROTECTION.

A solid metal tack fitting of heavy duty construction. Three large nickel plated rollers offering minimal downhaul friction over an extended lifespan.

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.

SAIL TOGGLE

CNC TAPERED ROD BATTENS

• 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.

Precise CNC (Computer Numeric Cutting) tapered heavy duty batten system.


EASY TO FIND MAST JOINT To help with pre-downhaul checks, all sails feature an arrow on the luff pocket to show where the mast joint is when using the recommended mast.

You should always double check that your mast is joined together properly before you go sailing by running your fingers over the join to check that it is smooth.

BOOM POSITION REFERENCE POINTS To help you remember exactly where you like to have your boom positioned we have added four boom height reference points to the boom cutout on all 2009 Collection sails.

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COMPACT CLEW CONCEPT The concept of a compact clew on the boom was introduced to the NeilPryde flatwater and racing sails in 2006. This feature significantly improved the sails’ stability and continues to be a key component in the design of these sails. For 2009, our goal was to reduce the luff length of the wave and crossover sails - but without increasing the boom lengths. One possibility to achieve this is to design a sail with a really large head. However, this will put area high up in the sail where it is hard to control and makes for a heavy sailing weight.

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For this reason, a more subtle version of the compact clew concept was developed and integrated into the wave and crossover sail designs. The Compact Clew puts extra area into the lower leech section, where it is close to the rider and where it is easy to control. It also allows for a redistribution of the sail area through shortening the luff by up to 10cm. In the wave and crossover sails the Compact Clew Concept is most pronounced on The Fly which is the lowest aspect sail in the range.


This compact clew improves the control of the sail in 3 ways: 1. SHORTER “WORKING” BOOM LENGTH Shorter luff length

The unique outline of the clew gives the rider a shorter “working” boom length. A shorter boom improves stability by limiting the movement of the draft, and gives the rider greater control over the increased bottom and mid-leech section surface area. When the sail is raked back, it also prevents the boom end from hitting the water on the larger freeride and racing sails.

Compact Clew allows boom length to remain similar

The 2009 wave and crossover sails have a lower aspect ratio than in previous years. So, whilst the boom length is not actually shorter than in the past, without the compact clew a longer boom length would have been needed in order to reduce the luff length.

Combat 08 - Background (Red) Combat 09 - Foreground (Blue)

2. RIDER FOCUSED SURFACE AREA

3. IMPROVED SAIL TWIST

Sail surface area can be removed from the head and transferred down towards the rider. This places a higher percentage of the sail’s surface area in direct connection with the boom, therefore ensuring easy control and powerful acceleration when fully sheeted in. In flatwater and racing sails the additional sail area in the lower leech section of the sail is supported by the “cross batten” that extends out beyond the end of the clew. Having less sail area in the head also gives the sail a much lighter feel.

The Compact Clew moves the attachment point of the sail further away from the leech. This gives the leech the ability to be more dynamic and twist further under high loads, again improving the stability and control of the sail.

DRAFT POSITION

Draft movement in overpowered conditions without compact clew

Draft movement in overpowered conditions with compact clew

The ideal draft position (deepest point in the sails profile) is approximately 30-35% back from the front of the sail. This is normally locked in with the shaping of the sail, battens, and cams (if included). However, as the load increases, the draft has a natural tendency to move back closer to 50% from the front of the sail, the midpoint between the mast and clew attachment points. The Compact Boom length shortens the length of the boom without changing the length of the sail (which is maintained by the cross batten in flatwater and racing sails). The draft is locked closer to its ideal position at 30-35% back from the front of the sail. Try NeilPryde’s sails with a Compact Clew, and feel THE DIFFERENCE.

Pieter Bijl Chief Tester NeilPryde Windsurfing R&D

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SAIL TECHNOLOGY

PERFORMANCE

Designed initially for NeilPryde’s RS:Racing sail, ULTRACAM Performance Technology delivers an unbeatable combination of smooth rotation, stability and control over the sails’ shape. The unique feature of the UltraCam is the fully “floating” self adjusting design. Unlike other cambers the batten tension in this design is divided (through the use of Spectra “suspenders”) evenly between the cam pressure against the mast and sail body tension. This means that the cam is free to move back and forth relative to the sail-body and adjust its position until a 50/50 tension split is reached. This makes the cam self adjust to different mast diameters and permits the cam to move back in the moment of transition during a gybe, significantly improving the rotation compared to conventional “fixed” cam designs where the pressure is either completely on the mast or the sail body. KEY FEATURES • Innovative suspension system for smoother sail rotation and greater acceleration out of gybes. (patent pending) • Batten pressure shared evenly between batten pocket and mast sleeve. • Suspended cam is self-adjusting to accommodate different mast diameters. • No cam spacers required for easy and precise tuning. • Delivers a new level of performance and control in transitions without compromising stability.

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TECHNOLOGY


“ the biggest performance breakthrough in racing since the advent of the camber itself.” Micah Buzianis USA 34

The ULTRACAM is a revolutionary suspended camber system that delivers three major advantages over existing camber technology:

1. Super Smooth Rotation With ULTRACAM Performance Technology, the rotation of the sail is dramatically improved. The design of the ULTRACAM allows the camber to slide away from the mast during the rotation cycle, hence ‘unloading’ it and letting the camber move around the mast unhindered.

2. Easy to tune ULTRACAM Performance Technology eliminates the need for cam spacers to adjust the cam pressure or position. With the ULTRACAM, cam pressure position is directly controlled by batten tension: the rider simply adjusts the batten tensioners until the luff sleeve and sail body are wrinkle-free & the cams simultaneously slide into the optimal position.

This innovative suspended camber system dramatically improves sail rotation and acceleration out of gybes. The UltraCam can now be found in all V8, V8 Helium, RS:SlalomMK and RS:Racing sails giving you a definitive advantage on the water, whether you are blasting with your friends or competing for a world title.

3. Adjusts to different mast diameters The ULTRACAM is easy to adjust for differences in standard mast thickness. All the rider needs to do when using an X6 instead of an X9 is tune the batten adjuster, no cam spacers are required. To find out more about how the ULTRACAM works visit rsracing.neilpryde.com to watch the ULTRACAM development video.

You won’t believe THE DIFFERENCE!

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SAIL TECHNOLOGY

BATTEN CONFIGURATION Rod Batten Solid fiberglass for optimum durability Rod / Tube Batten Solid fiberglass batten front combined with hollow tube for lightness and profile stability.

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Levi Siver & Eyal Shelef

FOOT CURVE HIGH

MEDIUM

5.5 - 6.0 (5 battens)

MEDIUM / LOW

LOW

6.5 (6 battens)

< 5.0 (4 battens)

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SAIL TECHNOLOGY WAVE SAIL SHAPING AND DESIGN Sail shaping balances the speed and power of a sail with control and handling. Shaping lower down in the sail will produce a little less power but increases manoeuvrability. Where as shaping higher up in the sail creates more drive and low-end power. In the performance oriented sails this extra power is easy to control due to the profile stability supported by cams and tube-battens. In the manoeuvre and wave oriented sails, low shaping distribution provides uncompromised manoeuvrability.

SPEED & CONTROL

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10

WAVE RIDING

MANOEUVRABILITY

10

10 EARLY PLANING & UPWIND PERFORMANCE

WAVE / CROSSOVER

CROSSOVER

SPEED & CONTROL

SPEED & CONTROL

10

10

10

10 EARLY PLANING & UPWIND PERFORMANCE

WAVE RIDING

MANOEUVRABILITY

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10

EARLY PLANING & UPWIND PERFORMANCE

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10

WAVE RIDING

MANOEUVRABILITY

10


CROSSOVER / FREERIDE

FREERIDE

SPEED & CONTROL IN THE UPPER END

SPEED & CONTROL IN THE UPPER END

MANOEUVRABILITY

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10

10

10

10

10

EARLY PLANING & UPWIND PERFORMANCE

EARLY PLANING & UPWIND PERFORMANCE

FREERIDE / FREERACE

FREERACE / RACE

SPEED & CONTROL IN THE UPPER END

SPEED & CONTROL IN THE UPPER END

10 EARLY PLANING & UPWIND PERFORMANCE

SPEED & CONTROL IN THE MEDIUM WIND RANGE

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10

MANOEUVRABILITY

10 SPEED & CONTROL IN THE MEDIUM WIND RANGE

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MANOEUVRABILITY

SPEED & CONTROL IN THE MEDIUM WIND RANGE

10 SPEED & CONTROL IN THE MEDIUM WIND RANGE

MANOEUVRABILITY

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10

10

10 EARLY PLANING & UPWIND PERFORMANCE

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SAIL TECHNOLOGY SAIL

SPECIFICATIONS 3.2

3.6

4.0

4.2

4.5

4.7

5.0

5.2

5.5

346 LUFF BOOM 137 MAST 370

360 142 370

379 149 370

387 152 370

393 157 370

403 162 400

412 165 400

420 167 400

433 175 400

SIZE

INSTANT HANDLING. INSTANT RESPONSE.

A combination of precise handling, superb visibility and smooth power release - not to mention excellent visibility – ensure that the ZONE allows the rider to draw tight bottom turns and execute ‘snappy’ cutbacks off the lip. In conjunction with a soft, ‘neutral’ feel, the ZONE is perfectly suited to classic “down the line” wave conditions.

COLOUR 2 COLOUR 3 COLOUR 4

WAVE

Equally at home in all types of wave sailing conditions, from huge onshore white water to perfect cross–offshore winds and peeling waves, the COMBAT combines versatility with performance and, as a result of its “bomb proof” reinforced X-ply construction, extreme durability. So you can have confidence that, no matter how much trouble you get yourself into, the COMBAT will see you on the other side.

4.0

4.2

4.5

4.7

5.0

5.3

5.6

375 150 370

386 156 370

398 160 370

408 164 400

418 168 400

428 173 400

441 178 430

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The signing to NeilPryde of double world wavesailing champion Kauli Seadi brought to the team a new school of wavesailing. Aggressive; gymnastic and with a focus on agility and aerial manoeuvring, the NeilPryde Design Centre was tasked with creating a practical and functional wavesail that could facilitate Kauli’s flamboyant combination of wavesailing and freestyle. The result is THE FLY. It’s compact, lightweight, highly manoeuvrable and as comfortable in the air as it is on the water. Catch one if you can.

4.0

4.2

367 154 370

382 393 405 157 161 166 370 370/400 400

As the distinction between wave and freestyle sailing becomes blurred, and we see an increasing number of freestyle tricks being performed in wave conditions, it has became clear that there is a need for a dedicated “Wave–Freestyle” sail that would perform at 100% in the waves – while retaining the Expression’s excellent flat-water freestyle performance. FIREFLY is an all new sail designed to reflect this need, and not only enable three times freestyle world champion, 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.

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It’s unusual for windsurfing locations to deliver the same, consistent conditions every time – your local sailing spot is as likely to be different from one day to the next, as is the riders’ desire to attempt different windsurfing disciplines each time they go sailing. 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.

As comfortable in the hands of someone looking to extend their windsurfing skills as it is a beginner, the ZEN, introduced in 2007, is a sail and rig package whose design reflects a focus on ease of use, performance, manoeuvrability and, because all sizes of ZEN are designed to perform on one size of mast and boom, versatility. 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, ZEN offers all the performance and onward progression you need.

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5.4

5.8

CROSSOVER

6.2 460 189 430

COLOUR 6

FLATWATER

RACE

3.6

3.9

4.2

4.5

4.8

5.1

5.4

358 150 370

370 156 370

384 161 370

399 166 370

412 170 400

425 174 400

COLOUR 5

WAVE

4.1

CROSSOVER

4.5

FLATWATER

COLOUR 6

RACE

4.9

5.3

5.7

6.1

384 399 412 LUFF 164 BOOM 153 158 MAST 370 370/400 400

423 171 400

439 177 430

451 463 476 184 193 198 430 460/430 460

6.5

COLOUR 5

WAVE

5.4

429 LUFF BOOM 178 MAST 430/400

CROSSOVER

FLATWATER

6.9

COLOUR 6

RACE

5.9

6.4

6.9

447 185 430

465 193 460

478 201 460

7.4 492 209 460/490

COLOUR 3 COLOUR 4

WAVE

CROSSOVER

FLATWATER

RACE

4.9

5.5

6.1

6.7

7.2

428 LUFF BOOM 171 MAST 430

437 183 430

446 196 430

464 205 430

472 213 430

SIZE

ONE MAST. ONE BOOM. FIVE SAILS. SIMPLE.

5.0

416 430 445 172 177 183 400 430/400 430

345 LUFF BOOM 144 MAST 370

SIZE

FAST. MANOEUVRABLE. DURABLE.

4.7

RACE

COLOUR 2 COLOUR 3 COLOUR 4

SIZE

LIGHTWEIGHT WAVESAILING. FREESTYLE PERFORMANCE.

4.5

COLOUR 6

FLATWATER

3.6

SIZE

COMPACT WAVE RIDING. AERIAL PERFORMANCE.

CROSSOVER

352 LUFF BOOM 148 MAST 370

SIZE

Irrespective of your size, ALPHA is the NeilPryde 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. So whether you are a light or heavy-weight rider, ALPHA is the sail that delivers all the power you need to get out of the disturbed air in the impact zone and into a good position “out the back” and take best advantage of virtually any conditions.

RACE

3.5

WAVE

CONSISTENT POWER. CONSISTENT CONTROL.

FLATWATER

353 LUFF BOOM 144 MAST 370

SIZE

ALL ROUND PERFORMANCE AND DURABILITY.

CROSSOVER

COLOUR 6

COLOUR 3 COLOUR 4

WAVE

CROSSOVER

FLATWATER

RACE


SAIL

SPECIFICATIONS 4.5

5.0

5.5

6.0

6.5

7.0

7.5

395 LUFF BOOM 165 MAST 400

414 173 400

434 180 430

453 187 430

469 197 460

486 207 460

502 211 490

SIZE

LIGHT WEIGHT. EASY TO USE. A wide wind range with favoured performance in the low end, the SOLO is a no cam sail that handles smoothly in the gybes and has a softer feel than the V6 and V8. It is the ideal recreational sail and is great for intermediates just getting onto a plane, in the footstraps, and learning to gybe.

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WAVE

Inspired by NeilPryde’s world beating RS:Racing sail, the HELLCAT was introduced last year and has proven to be quite addictive. The HELLCAT’s 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 is one hot ride.

One of NeilPryde’s longest continually produced sails, the V6 gives you the advantages of a cambered sail in a simple, user-friendly package. Incorporating design features that include two Intercams, a classic flatwater outline and powerful shaping result in a sail whose design emphasises smooth rotation, early planing and ease of use. The result of this combination of features, the V6, is a sail that has come to represent the essence of flatwater windsurfing; simple to rig, quick onto the plane, easy to handle and fun to use. It’s 100% pure freeride.

5.7

6.2

6.7

7.2

7.7

8.2

423 187 400

441 193 430

459 199 430

476 205 460

494 211 460/490

511 217 490

COLOUR 2 COLOUR 3

WAVE

Since its introduction to the NeilPryde Collection in 1991, the V8 has set the benchmark for freerace sails. It’s fast, powerful and, with a research and development programme directly linked to that of the NeilPryde RS:Racing, the V8 features all of the most recent innovations in flatwater windsurfing. With 2 UltraCams, a midsize luff pocket, and softer rotation than a race sail, the V8 represents the perfect balance between high end performance, solid low end power and easy handling. It’s 100% pure freerace.

Recognising the need for a smaller, significantly more powerful sail, the NeilPryde Design Centre has created the V8 HELIUM. The V8 HELIUM combines an efficient sail profile and full body shape into a lightweight, easy to rig, tune and use set-up that uses proportionately less surface area to generate considerable low end power. The result is a sail that delivers all the power you need to maximise your enjoyment – and experience the thrill of planing in even the lightest winds.

The RS:SLALOMMK takes the design pedigree of NeilPryde’s RS:Racing sail and builds it into a high performance yet easy to rig, sail and gybe slalom sail. With three UltraCams and a design based around the X6 Mast, the RS:SLALOMMK features a combination of enhanced bottom end power, excellent top end speed, stability and exceptional rotation at every gybe.

6.0

6.5

7.0

7.5

8.0

8.5

453 192 430

466 201 460

479 209 460

495 218 490

507 226 490

COLOUR 2 COLOUR 3

WAVE

FLATWATER

RACE

6.5

7.0

7.5

8.0

8.5

9.0

10.0

468 201 460

483 210 460

498 218 490

509 227 490

521 235 490

546 249 520/530

COLOUR 2 COLOUR 3

WAVE

CROSSOVER

6.5

459 LUFF BOOM 195 MAST 460/430

FLATWATER

7.5

8.5

481 219 460

504 238 460/490

RACE

COLOUR 2 COLOUR 3

WAVE

CROSSOVER

5.0

5.4

5.8

406 LUFF BOOM 172 MAST 400

420 177 400

435 450 185 192 430 430

6.2

FLATWATER

6.7

7.2

7.8

RACE

8.4

9.2 10.0

467 484 500 518 530 537 201 208 214 222 235 252 460 460 490 490 490 490/520

COLOUR 1

SIZE

The combination of UltraCam Performance Technology in conjunction with the proven race pedigree of the RS:Racing Programme delivers an amazing combination of extreme acceleration, blistering top end speed and stability as well as dramatically improved rotation when gybing.

CROSSOVER

454 LUFF BOOM 192 MAST 430

WAVE

SLALOM / FORMULA

RACE

438 182 430

SIZE

REAL WORLD RACING.

FLATWATER

5.5

SIZE

100% PURE PLANING.

CROSSOVER

424 LUFF BOOM 173 MAST 400

SIZE

100% PURE FREERACE.

RACE

5.2

SIZE

100% PURE FREERIDE.

FLATWATER

406 LUFF BOOM 179 MAST 400

SIZE

IT’S ONE HOT RIDE.

CROSSOVER

CROSSOVER

FLATWATER

RACE

4.6 5.0 5.4 5.8 6.2 6.7 7.2 7.8 8.4 9.0 9.8 10.7 11.8

391 408 424 438 456 470 487 503 521 534 553 574 594 LUFF BOOM 166 177 179 186 194 202 209 216 225 235 256 268 288 MAST 370 400 400 430 430 460 460 490 490 490 530 530 530 COLOUR 1

WAVE

CROSSOVER

FLATWATER

RACE

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NeilPryde Sail Technology 2009