Let’s have a kind of introduction how this brand and everything behind it came alive. Living on the coast of Last Balaton, made me to start to windsurf at a quite young age. I have made my equipment pimping always, modifying my boards, fins and sails trying to be faster and faster. Early 2000s I gave up, and went into sailing quite hard. Some years ago, in 2011 when started to open our sailmaking loft, I went back for windsurfing a little, on repairs, and the first sail got born, the SL A.D.D. Continue reading “A kind of introduction”
Previously I have
You can read the low-aspect version here.
Lots of things happened since my last post. I have made this 10.0 sail absolutely to my own needs. There are two versions, one, let’s call it LA ( low-aspect), which fits a 490 mast, and an HA ( high-aspect) that fits a 520 mast. This sail is totally different than the others before. Let’s talk now about the low aspect one. Continue reading “10.0 Racing LA”
There are many talks out there about aspect ratios. Some of the guys tell the high-aspect ones are better for foiling, some others are to keep the CE low, so shorter mast and longer boom. I belong to the second group, so this sail is in that category as well.
As the first sail was made in a rush without cams and details, this one is 6 battens, 3 cams, also from different materials.
Continue reading “LWM 8.7 updated”
The first one was made from nice white laminate material. It was made in a rush as I was pretty curious about the shape. Although I knew that the mast I had at that time is not the correct one and not the one I prefer to use in the future, and I didn’t had the optimal battens as well, but couldn’t wait.
Continue reading “The first: LWM 8.7”