Most of the masts might look the same, but often produced by different manufactures with different machinery, materials, climates, and technology, Even if the curve or Imcs numbers might be the same, the performance outcome once down hauled in a sail, will be different. Being the backbone of your windsurfing sail, it makes a very important accessory for the rig. The same as having a suit tailor made. A large 9m slalom sails have different qualities and performance characteristics from a 5m slalom sail which is used in strong wind. The curve and stiffness of the mast needs to be developed accordingly. Most of the masts on the market are constant curve, but this is only a general term to explain the characteristics. What is important is the curve percentages values of the bottom and top sections of the mast, including materials, shapes, and reflex. These are values which are very different in each sail brand, and often kept secret. Therefore, the best efficiency is reached by having an integrated rig.
K80 CARBON MAST: The high carbon content and quality of this mast will ensure durability and a good reflex that will lighten the feeling of any rig. The best compromise between performance and durability. ‘S’ for sonic reflex. An incremented layer of carbon on the tip of the mast has been added. This will boost up the reflex on the top part of the sail. The performance against the K100 is very minimal and can only be measured with a clock, it will not be felt. Using the same high-performance construction ensures this mast superior performance in comparison with others in its class. Consists of 3 carbon layers and 1 layer of glass.
WHY THIS MAST: Best compromise between price, performance, and durability. Racing without any type of stress or worries. An extra catapult, an extra crash, long time rigged, this mast will not suffer
|Délka||Průměr||Carbon %||Tvrdost IMCS||Zakřivení||Váha (Kg) +-5|
|430||SDM||80||21||Constant Curve / Soft Bottom||1.63|