Simmer 2012 Wave Sails

Simmer are proud to announce the launch of their 2012 wave sails: You’ll find more than bright new colours, here’s their rundown of the highlights for 2012…

Simmer Blacktip 2012
Simmer Blacktip 2012

BLACKTIP

Tested and developed together with Klaas Voget the new Blacktip is even lighter up top, giving it the most feel and lightest handling in our sail line. Blacktip offers low end efficiency to be able to use a smaller sail than you would with a 5 batten design, and the handling to satisfy our top level riders in competition.

New for 2012

- A lower positioned o-ring/clew to respond to a more upright sailing position seen in freestyle and multi-fin sailing.

- Lower end power for early planing, higher cut foot combined with relatively short boom for maneuverbility.

- Reduced swing weight by using 2 MIL Q-Ply in the top.

- Two kevlar stretch control tendons for more profile stability and durability.

- Tighter batten pockets for a more precise profile stability.

Simmer Mission X 2012
Simmer Mission X 2012

MISSION X

Mission X and Mission have been combined to one design giving you the last line of defense in harsh situations, and the most capable wavesail built yet. The 2012 Mission X is your choice when only the toughest construction and top level down the line performance capability offers no compromise.

New for 2012

- Lighter sail weight with strategically positioned 2 MIL Q-Ply in the top 1/3 of the sail and all  4 MIL and 5 MIL X-Ply construction in the lower sail body.

- Tighter batten pockets for a more precise profile stability.

Simmer Icon 2012
Simmer Icon 2012

ICON

New for 2012

- Reduced surface above batten #1.

- Reduced swingweight by using X-Ply luff paneling above batten #3 and larger panels with 4 MIL wide-spaced Q-Ply up top.

- Tighter batten pockets for a more precise profile stability.

Simmer Iron 2012
Simmer Iron 2012

IRON

The new IRON has the power and control to be aggressive in any type of conditions. With a lighter top and a narrower top outline, we have gained  maneuverability and made it lighter in your hands.

New for 2012

- A more compact design which translates into an extremely stable sail to handle in the air.

- Reduced swingweight by using X-ply luff paneling above batten #3 and larger panels with 4 MIL wide-spaced X-Ply up top.

- Tighter batten pockets for a more precise profile stability.

Photos: Darrell Wong and Robert Almqvist

2012 ONLINE PRESENTATION: www.simmerstyle.com http://mpora.com/videos/Zc5pOpE2T

  1. georgi

    where is the vinyl window on the mission x ?

  2. James Crocker

    Looking very good I must say, well done Simmer!

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