The SUP Windsurfing Sail Classic Package is light, powerful and designed specifically for paddleboards, but is also an excellent choice for entry level windsurfers because of its versatility and durability. It comes neatly packed in its bag, allowing for easy transportation and storage.
The Classic version describes the rig package that uses a two-piece mast and a two-piece boom with an improved sail design, longer second batten, stiffer boom clamp and a more durable universal joint.
BOOM CLIP WITH DOUBLE PINS
The boom clips with double pins are secure and durable. The boom end uses a loop-n-go system. Loop the rope through the sail and onto the hook. Pull the end and lock it in. Just like on the extension, correct settings for light wind and high wind conditions are marked on the boom adjustment holes to make rigging easy.
The Classic uses a two-piece reduced diameter 20% carbon mast and the Compact uses a four-piece reduce diameter carbon mast.
The RDM masts are more reliable and make the sails feel smooth and light on the water.
With the adapter collar, you get an SDM extension. Remove the adapter collar and you have an RDM extension: 2 in 1. The top adapter collar is a screw cap so it won’t get lost. This external lever clicks on in a snap: great for those who want to be able to release the rig from the mast foot and board without getting sore thumbs.
The R+SDM aluminium extension is included for the Compact and Classic 5.5 and 6.5 m2.
The downhaul 3-roller hook pulley makes downhauling hassle-free. Downhaul line comes connected to the hook pulley for even faster and simple rigging. Just hook it to the grommet and downhaul all the way.
The mechanical universal joint is great for inflatable boards as it puts less stress than a conventional rubber joint on the board when the sail is lying flat in the water.
The SUP Wundsurfing Sails come with a bag made of an RPET 450D outer fabric layer made from recycled plastic bottles, in partnership with Waste2Wear. The bottles are chopped into flakes, washed, melted and extruded into yarns and then spun into a fabric. Between 30 to 50 bottles are used per bag. Bottles that now re-enter the market again, without risk of polluting the environment. Ripstop weaving technology improves wear and tear resistance.