NeilPryde's 2011 collection

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NeilPryde present their 2011 Wave & Crossover sail collection…

The 2011 NeilPryde Atlas. Photo: Jerome Houyvet
The 2011 NeilPryde Atlas. Photo: Jerome Houyvet

It’s not some psychedelic chemical-induced apparition you’re looking at here. The 2011 sails are pure-cut adrenalin, eye-poppin’ candy on a stick…..Proudly brought to you by NeilPryde.

Their hypnotic beauty runs deeper than the skin though; a radical new development in construction technology ensures your new sails will stay beautiful, vibrant and age more gracefully than you do. And no matter how hard they work, they’ll never wake up ugly.

If you like what you see, you’re gonna love what they do. The 2011 range is re-mastered to take you to a “feel-good” happy place faster and more efficiently than ever before.

Wave & Crossover sails 2011

FUSION

It became clear that there can be only one real crossover sail: The FUSION. As a pure X-over sail, the FUSION is suited for anything from flat-water blasting to sailing in small waves. This sail will plane effortlessly, let itself be thrown around into maneuvers and will be forgiving whether you are learning basic moves or advance skills. It has a direct and locked in feel and is extremely versatile with emphasis on ease of use.

Available also is the FUSION HD – This sail has the same design features as above but is made with 100% Dyneema® construction for high durability.

The FLY2

Originally designed around the unique sailing style of Kauli Seadi, The Fly has always been insane for aerial maneuvers and carving lines on the face of waves. Now the Design Team have pushed the envelope by creating an even more light-weight sail with plenty of drive and stability: The Fly2.

COMBAT

Development of new Dyneema® materials has allowed us to significantly reduce weight in the new COMBAT while making the sail even stronger than before. This sail is a clear choice for an all-round wave sail and built to last!

FIREFLY

The main focus in the Development of the FIREFLY was to create power when needed with the ability to depower in maneuvers. This sail is designed around freestyle but made strong enough to be used in waves.

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